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The world-renowned TED Conference moving to Vancouver is great news for our tourism industry and validation of our work to make our city a world leader in sustainability and innovation.
Celebrate the rich, long and vibrant history of people of African descent in February during Black History Month. Come out to one of the many events happening in the city this month.
We want to hear from you. Come to a drop-in open house and share your thoughts on ways to improve this corridor: 29 and 31 January and 2 February.
The Extreme Weather Alert (EWA) for Vancouver is cancelled effective January 22, due to improved weather conditions.
Watch for the City of Vancouver 2013 Collection Calendar to be delivered to your home by the end of January. It will cover your garbage, recycling, yard trimmings and food scraps collection schedule until mid-2013.
City Council has awarded the lease of a City-owned warehouse at 281 Industrial Avenue to The Arts Factory to be used as affordable, multi-tenant artist studios and production space. It is expected the building will be home to up to 100 artists.
City construction crews will begin work to upgrade the 100-year-old sewage pipes that lie underneath West 4th Avenue starting Monday 21 January. Once replaced, the pipes are expected to serve the neighbourhood for another 100 years. City crews will also be upgrading the aging roadway and sidewalk.
The Vancouver Park Board’s ‘30 days for $30’ recreation pass will help you keep your New Year’s resolution to get back in shape and stay healthy.
The City of Vancouver Council and CUPE Local 1004 have ratified a four-year agreement covering approximately 1,600 outdoor workers. The new agreement provides a modest wage increase that strikes a fair and balanced outcome for workers and Vancouver taxpayers.
Beginning in early 2013, the Granville Bridge will be undergoing seismic upgrades and expansion joint replacement from January to December 2013. During this time period, you will expect closures and delays.