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The council chambers at Vancouver City Hall were packed with guests today (January 30) for an event launching Black History Month. This year, the city’s celebration of February as...
Creative BC has received $1.2 million in new funding from the federal government aimed at boosting international awareness of the province’s creative industries and attracting...
SFU professor Lynne Quarmby describes her entry into politics as a candidate for the Green Party of Canada as “a sacrifice”. “It’s one that I feel moved to make at this time...
The Vancouver park board’s field houses are set to host a new round of resident artists. Artists starting studio residencies this year in nine cottages formerly occupied by park...
Vancouver city council has officially thrown its support behind the “yes” side in the upcoming regional referendum on transit funding. Councillors unanimously approved a motion...
Construction of a new library in Strathcona was launched today (January 19), marking a milestone for the facility that Mayor Gregor Robertson says has been “a long time coming”....
The City of Vancouver has submitted hundreds of additional questions to Kinder Morgan as part of the National Energy Board’s hearing process on the company’s proposed pipeline...
The majority of complaints directed to the City of Vancouver about the 2014 civic election related to the distribution of advance polls and the location of campaign signs,...
City council will vote on a motion next week that aims to create a new fund for local artists. The motion from Vision Vancouver councillor Heather Deal follows her party’s...
About 43 percent of Vancouver voters took part in the November 2014 civic election, an increase from 35 percent in 2011. But Non-Partisan Association councillor George Affleck...

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