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Additional context regarding the methodology used in a study claiming that Vancouver has the highest taxes among larger Canadian cities.
A temporary shelter offering street-based sex workers a safe, warm place to sleep 24 hours a day, will soon be opening in the Downtown Eastside.
We're launching a new one-time grants program to provide financial and in-kind support to the arts and culture sector.
We're seeking additional public feedback regarding the temporary road reallocation changes on Beach Ave implemented in response to COVID-19.
Sep 24 — City encourages residents and businesses to get involved in preventing neighbourhood flooding
Help clearing catch basins goes a long way in helping us prevent flooding and plays a big role in helping excess water go with the flow.
We're partnering with TransLink to pilot bus-priority measures on corridors with the worst bus delays.
The $254 million reduction in the capital plan helps ease the funding pressures created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stanley Park will reopen to full vehicle access and cyclists will return to the seawall on Saturday, September 26.
Today’s announcement by the province provides more than half a billion dollars in funding to local governments and transit agencies.
City Council has discussed recruitment for the position of Vancouver City Manager, and agreed to proceed right away.
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