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Archived - Mar 14TED2014 live streaming to take place throughout Vancouver

With the international TED2014 conference making its debut in Vancouver next week, you will have the opportunity to watch the event for free at live web streaming locations throughout the city and region.

VANGOLF  App

Archived - Mar 12New VanGolf app will maximize golf experience at Vancouver Park Board courses

The Vancouver Park Board has launched a new mobile app loaded with features to maximize the golf experience at its three championship courses - Langara, Fraserview, and McCleery.

Winter Response Shelters will help homeless people in Vancouver

Archived - Mar 12City to expand homeless advocacy, outreach services

The City is increasing its homeless advocacy and outreach services by expanding the reach of its Homeless Outreach Team to be citywide and appointing a new Director of Services for the Homeless.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Mar 12Casa Mia Public Hearing referred to future date

Staff have removed Item #3, “1920 Southwest Marine Drive (Casa Mia)”, from the Public Hearing agenda on March 13, 2014.

Bloedel Conservatory

Archived - Mar 11City approves funding to complete Bloedel Conservatory roof replacement

A funding commitment of $1.3-million has been approved by the City to complete the replacement of Bloedel Conservatory’s iconic domed roof.

Blue heron photo © Michael Schmidt

Archived - Mar 10Pacific great blue herons return to Stanley Park after successful 2013 season

The Pacific great blue herons have returned to their current nest site in Stanley Park for the 14th consecutive year. They began arriving in the past week to the trees that tower above the Park Board's Administrative Offices and the tennis courts.

VanDusen Botanical Garden

Archived - Mar 06Park Board spring break activities will educate and entertain

Spring break is around the corner! We offer education and entertainment at many Park Board facilities including the Stanley Park Miniature Train, VanDusen Botanical Garden, Bloedel Conservatory, golf courses, and community centres.

Pedestrians crossing the street

Archived - Mar 06Vancouver pedestrian safety progress through partnerships

Today, the City stood together with our partners to highlight the progress made over the past year in pedestrian safety.

Burrard Bridge

Archived - Feb 28Burrard Bridge safety and structural improvements

The 81-year-old Burrard Bridge is undergoing safety and structural repairs. Starting March 3, 2014, vehicle lanes will be reduced from four to three, with one lane southbound and two lanes northbound.

Dude Chilling Park sign

Archived - Feb 25‘Dude Chilling Park’ sign gets a permanent home in Guelph Park

The 'Dude Chilling Park' sign is being permanently installed in Guelph Park and will be unveiled on Thursday, February 27 at 11:00am.

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