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Bright nights miniature trainin in Stanley Park

Archived - Nov 23Grinch tries to steal Christmas, but the show will go on!

The Bright Nights Christmas Train in Stanley Park is forging ahead for the 18th year in a row, running November 26 to January 2.

A view of Cambie Bridge and downtown on a snowy day

Archived - Nov 19Extreme Weather Alert

Cold weather is forecast for Vancouver November 19 and 20. The City has activated the Assistance to Shelter Act for police to assist persons at risk due to extreme weather conditions. Find extra shelter spaces here.

The DTES Street Market at Pigeon Park and Carroll Street in 2013

Archived - Nov 18Objective of DTES Street Vending Project Team to ensure safe, legal vending locations

Claims of City staff and VPD sweeping the 0-300 block of East Hastings and displacing people are inaccurate.

Recycling boxes and bag

Archived - Nov 17City to transfer recycling collection to MMBC

Residential recycling collection will transition to MMBC by the end of 2016. Learn how this creates opportunities for our work towards zero waste.

Province and City of Vancouver partner to provide winter shelters

Archived - Nov 09Province and City of Vancouver partner to provide winter shelters

The B.C. government will provide $1.5 million in funding and the City of Vancouver will contribute up to $800,000 towards building operations for 170 temporary shelter beds this winter.

Downtown Vancouver skyline

Archived - Nov 05Vancouver first major city in North America to approve 100% Renewable Energy Strategy

Imagine with us a Vancouver in 2050 that's cleaner, healthier, and more resilient, where buildings and transportation are powered only by renewable energy.

The Vancouver FIFA Fan Zone

Archived - Nov 05FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™ brought $82.9 million to Vancouver

The Women's World Cup exceeded its forecasted economic activity, boosted local sports, and created legacies with athlete-exhibit funds, a community soccer program, and a field turf upgrade.

Dr. David Suzuki, Mayor Robertson, Councillor Carr, Councillor Deal, and Councillor Louie at a tree-planting ceremony to honour Dr. Suzuki receiving the Freedom of the City award

Archived - Nov 02Dr. David Suzuki honoured with Freedom of the City Award

On October 30, Mayor Gregor Robertson and members of Council presented Dr. David Suzuki with the award to recognize his many exceptional achievements.

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

Archived - Oct 28Vancouver’s green strategies to Council for approval

Vancouver continue to demonstrate leadership on the environment and climate change with two significant plans going to Council on November 3: the Greenest City 2020 Action Plan update and the Renewable City Strategy. Read the reports.

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