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Vancouver Park Board community centres are responding to the BC Teachers’ Federation second week of rotating one day strikes by offering day-long programming on Friday, June 6, when public schools in Vancouver will be closed.
A new public art project, a series of transit shelter posters, debuts in June 2014 in an exhibition to honour and celebrate the City’s Year of Reconciliation.
Vancouverites are staying active and having fun in record numbers, says a recent report on the Park Board’s new OneCard.
The First Tee, a unique program that uses golf to teach youth core values such as perseverance, respect and honesty, has found a new home at an east Vancouver golf course.
The miniature train is celebrating its 50th anniversary in Stanley Park. To commemorate this milestone, there will be $5.00 train rides, free entertainment, and more from June 6 - 8.
Celebrate design excellence in our city. Submit your entry for our inaugural Urban Design Awards.
Vancouver Park Board community centres are responding to the BC Teachers’ Federation rotating one-day strikes by offering day long programming on Monday, May 26 at 13 community centres.
At today’s Child Care Month celebration, Mayor Gregor Robertson announced that the City has surpassed its three-year target for creating new childcare spaces.
As the weather gets warmer, take care of your pet by not leaving it in the car when you’re out together. Even in the shade with the windows partly open, the inside temperature in a car can quickly rise high enough to seriously harm or even kill your pet.
The City filed a motion with the National Energy Board (NEB) to ensure that the economic impacts of climate change are included in the review of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.