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Archived - Jun 19Vancouver prepares to “talk tankers” with city’s youth

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.

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Archived - Jun 17City and aboriginal leaders celebrate Year of Reconciliation

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.

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Archived - Jun 12Regional Transportation Plan moves Metro Vancouver forward

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".

Coal Harbour Community Centre

Archived - Jun 10Community centres offer all day programming on June 11 during teachers’ strike

Looking for activities for your child on Wednesday, June 11, during the teachers' strike? Vancouver Park Board community centres will offer day-long programming. Find daycamps and public swim schedules.

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Archived - Jun 09All climate change impacts must be part of pipeline review process

The City of Vancouver has submitted a response to the National Energy Board (NEB) review panel regarding Trans Mountain’s objection to our suggestion that downstream and upstream climate change impacts be incorporated in the pipeline review process.

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Archived - Jun 05City of Vancouver receives Green Champion Award

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) honoured the City as a Green Champion at its annual conference and trade show. The City was recognized in the municipal category of the “Best Green Building Policy”.

Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre

Archived - Jun 04Vancouver community centres again offer all day programming during teachers’ strike

Vancouver Park Board community centres are responding to the BC Teachers’ Federation second week of rotating one day strikes by offering day-long programming on Friday, June 6, when public schools in Vancouver will be closed.

Rupert Park Pitch and Putt

Archived - May 26The First Tee gets permanent home at Vancouver pitch and putt

The First Tee, a unique program that uses golf to teach youth core values such as perseverance, respect and honesty, has found a new home at an east Vancouver golf course.

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Archived - May 26City invites entries for inaugural Urban Design Awards

Celebrate design excellence in our city. Submit your entry for our inaugural Urban Design Awards.

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Archived - May 22City of Vancouver exceeds target for new childcare

At today’s Child Care Month celebration, Mayor Gregor Robertson announced that the City has surpassed its three-year target for creating new childcare spaces.

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