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City Hall in summer, behind the trees on the north lawn

Archived - Nov 07City and union ratify four-year agreement

City Council and CUPE local 15 have ratified a four-year agreement covering 3,700 clerical, technical and administrative workers. The term of the new agreement is 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2015.

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Archived - Nov 01Complimentary City parking for veterans with plates

Vehicles displaying BC veteran licence plates will be exempt from City parking fees for Veterans Week. Remembrance Day services will take place around the city on November 11. The main service will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the Victory Square Cenotaph.

Data on traffic, including from signal reports, helps the City manage traffic in Vancouver.

Archived - Oct 31City Council has approved the Transportation 2040 Plan

The plan presents a transportation vision and framework for the next 30 years, and a guide to transportation decision making over the next 15 years. It will ensure our transportation network continues to support our economic prosperity, community health, and environmental improvement.

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Archived - Oct 31Rezoning application proposes changes for Oakridge Centre

The City has received a rezoning application for Oakridge Centre at the southwest corner of Cambie Street and West 41st Avenue.

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Archived - Oct 30Earthquake Preparedness Workshop. Be prepared, not scared.

With the recent earthquake in BC, it is a good reminder to be prepared when an earthquake or disaster strikes. Register for a free workshop on how to prepare for an earthquake.

City Hall in summer, behind the trees on the north lawn

Archived - Oct 29City of Vancouver and union reach tentative agreement

The City and CUPE Local 15 have concluded a tentative settlement for a renewed collective agreement. CUPE 15 represents the City’s clerical, technical and administrative employees.

Archived - Oct 25Rent-Lease-Own Survey

The Real Estate Institute of BC and the Social Purpose Real Estate Collaborative have launched a survey to find out about the real estate rates, terms, and conditions for social purpose / not-for-profit / cultural organizations and artists in Metro Vancouver.

A man and his best friend in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Archived - Oct 24Four new temporary cold-weather shelters in Vancouver

The BC Government and the City of Vancouver will open four additional temporary winter shelters in Vancouver, providing over 160 spaces, to meet the needs of those living on the streets during the cold and wet weather season.

Vancouver has a plan in place to become the greenest city in the world

Archived - Oct 22Greenest City Action Plan Implementation Update

Find out about the progress made towards the Greenest City goals in the first year since the plan has been approved. From the Campus-City Collaborative to Low Carbon district energy, the City is undertaking 125 related projects to help make Vancouver the world’s greenest city.

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Archived - Oct 22Major crediting rating agency positive on City’s Village debt reduction, budget and financial reporting

Standard & Poor’s issued a favourable review of the City’s Olympic Village debt repayment and detailed budget and financial reporting which could lead to an upward credit rating in the next two years.

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