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Archived - May 15Spill modelling shows up to 90 per cent of oil could wash up on shores

The City of Vancouver, City of Burnaby, and the Tsleil-Waututh Nation conducted an independent oil spill trajectory modelling of four major oil spill scenarios in the Burrard Inlet.

Archived - May 14The Gathering Place celebrates 20 years serving Vancouver's Downtown South

Since the Gathering Place opened in 1995, it's been a community hub for vulnerable residents of Vancouver. Find out what the centre offers, how recent renovations increased its capacity and programs, and what's next for the Gathering Place.

Bus, cars, cyclists, and pedestrians on Burrard Street Bridge

Archived - May 12Transit Referendum: Register to vote or request a ballot

Not registered to vote? Haven't received a ballot? You can still do so, until Friday, May 15.

Election 2015 for City Bird 2016

Archived - May 09And the 2016 City Bird winner is the Peregrine Falcon

It’s a wrap. After close to a month of heavy campaigning, Vancouver has elected its “official” 2016 City Bird! The 2016 winner follows in the wings of the cute, perky Black-capped Chickadee, 2015’s City Bird.

Chickadee © Jay Black

Archived - May 07Vancouver parking decals now feature the City Bird

The Black-capped Chickadee, official city bird for 2015, is now featured on Vancouver parking permit decals.

Aaron Munro of RainCity Housing

Archived - May 06Mental Health Week 2015: Mayor’s Task Force continues progress on mental health and addictions

The Mayor’s Task Force on Mental Health and Addictions has made significant progress in implementing the 23 priority actions set-out by City Council in September 2014. Find out more.

McClary Manufacturing Company Building

Archived - May 052015 Vancouver Heritage Award winners

Outstanding efforts to preserve Vancouver’s heritage were recognized last night at the 2015 Vancouver Heritage Awards ceremony. View this year's award recipients.

Quake Cottage earthquake simulator

Archived - May 04Experience an earthquake simulator at City Hall

Come to City Hall tomorrow and experience the Quake Cottage, a mobile earthquake simulator, and learn how to prepare for an emergency.

Queen Elizabeth and Vancouver Playhouse theatres sign

Archived - Apr 29City offers affordable rates for non-profits at civic theatres

Not-for-profit organizations will now be able to book rental spaces at reduced rates effective September 1, 2015 at Vancouver’s world-class City-owned theatres.

Portuguese Joe Silvey and his Coast Salish wives sculpture

Archived - Apr 24Coast Salish artist unveils monumental sculpture in Stanley Park April 25

Coast Salish master carver Ts’uts’umutl Luke Marston unveils his long-awaited Shore to Shore on Saturday, April 25 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at Stanley Park’s Brockton Point.

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