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The Vancouver park board has decided not to proceed with a separated bike path through Hadden Park or Kitsilano Beach Park, according to a statement issued today (February 17).  “...
Vancouver city council will consider a report this week that recommends allowing some patios to stay open later as part of the second year of a pilot program. Vision Vancouver...
Rents are continuing to rise in single-room occupancy hotels in the Downtown Eastside, and fewer low-income rooms are available, according to a new Carnegie Community Action...
The Canadian Arts Coalition is “applauding” the renewal of funding for cultural programs in the federal budget released today (February 11). Kate Cornell, spokesperson for the...
Eighty-five-year-old Zhen Kun Feng has lived in the Chau Luen Tower on Keefer Street for 14 years. Like most of the tenants in the 81-unit Chinatown building, his apartment is a...
Four cultural groups will be sharing a new space in downtown Vancouver, following city council’s approval of the partnership Wednesday (February 5). PuSh International Performing...
A policy statement on the proposed redevelopment of the Pearson-Dogwood lands has been revised to remove plans to house some people with disabilities in a new residential-care...
The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival and three other local arts groups could be getting a new home. City staff are recommending PuSh, along with Touchstone Theatre,...
Vancouver is launching a new training program aimed at improving taxi accessibility for seniors and people with disabilities. The program for taxi drivers, announced today (...
The City of Vancouver is moving toward establishing a citizens’ assembly as part of the Grandview-Woodland planning process. Although it’s still unclear exactly what it will look...

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