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This week is Emergency Preparedness Week (May 4 -10) and it is a good reminder to ask yourself if you are ready for an emergency.Living in Vancouver, we could be faced with a major earthquake and yet few of us take the necessary steps to ensure we and our families are prepared.
Today the City launched the Pop-Up City Hall program, a mobile City Hall that provides easy access to key municipal services in different Vancouver neighbourhoods.
There has been significant public concern expressed to the Park Board regarding alleged irregularities in the conduct of business at the Riley Park Hillcrest Community Association. The Park Board has requested information from the Association to assess the situation
United We Can, one of the most successful social enterprises in Canada, has moved into a new, larger facility with the help of a rental grant from the City of Vancouver.
A new public art project, a series of transit shelter posters, debuts in May 2014 in an exhibition to honour and celebrate the City’s Year of Reconciliation.
The Vancouver Park Board is celebrating Move for Health Day with open houses at four Park Board fitness centres.
Take part in the exciting Youth Week activities on May 3, including dragon boating, 3-on-3 basketball, a Race Around the World competition, skateboarding demos, and live performances.
The Vancouver Park Board, at its meeting last night, unanimously approved a list of recommendations that, when implemented, will help make trans and gender-variant people feel more comfortable in the City’s parks and recreation facilities.
The City has officially paid down the entire $630 million debt of the Olympic Village development, as well as recovered an additional $70 million.
"Urban Reef" is the winning submission from the Robson Redux design-build competition. This summer, the 800-block of Robson Street will transform into an urban reef for people to sit, relax, and play.