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The City is making the local voting process as convenient and accessible as possible by offering the option to cast a ballot at any of the close to 120 voting locations on November 15, nine days of voting including advance voting, and additional voting supports for persons with disabilities during advance voting.
It’s a birthday party on July 1! Show your Canada Day spirit by dressing in red and white and celebrating at a neighbourhood community centre.
If you are a resident of Vancouver’s Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood, you have a chance to serve on a special Citizens’ Assembly to help shape a community plan for future growth and development in the area.
On June 24, City Council approved a motion extending the implementation of the new building bylaw from July 1, 2014, to January 1, 2015. The existing Vancouver Building Bylaw will remain in place until the end of 2014.
The City celebrated the recipients of the first-ever Awards of Excellence, recognizing individuals, organizations, and businesses whose efforts make Vancouver a better city.
Participate in an open forum on June 24, 2014, to discuss your views on the pipeline expansion proposal. This forum will have a focus on youth aged 30 and under.
A celebration of the City's Year of Reconciliation took place today at the VanDusen Botanical Garden, as attendees reflected on the past year, celebrated the events that took place, and looked to the future for a new way forward.
Park Board community centres, golf courses, and swimming pools have day-long programming this week while public schools are closed due to the BC Teachers' Federation continuing job action.
Drop off old and broken electronics, small appliances, and power tools at several community events this summer. Household batteries drop-off will also be available.
Today, the City stood alongside municipalities from around the region in releasing the Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation "Regional Transportation Investments - A Vision for Metro Vancouver".