City of Vancouver identifies need to accelerate sewer separation work
This will enable population growth and reduce pollution overflows into
City of Vancouver to explore banning all vehicles from Granville strip, including buses
Part of the effort to transform and revitalize the Granville Entertainment
Vancouver City Council to encourage new hotels on the Granville strip
More hotels would complement the entertainment district uses.
Opinion: Defunding the Renter’s Office is a body blow to Vancouver tenants
A bad move for renters that will make the housing crisis worse, one lawyer says.
Over 1,100 fires in SRO buildings in Vancouver over the last seven years
And 12,000+ fire alarms, each requiring a fire rescue response.
"The Chinatown I remember": Vancouver business owner wants to see neighbourhood thrive
"It's starting to get better."
Vancouver City Council to create policies that encourage new tech hub spaces
Mayor Ken Sim wants to develop land use strategies that grow the tech industry.
Mayor Ken Sim aiming to restore civic pride, fun and events in Vancouver
Vancouver is "open for business again."
Vancouver City Council to review the impact of view cones on new housing
Vancouver has a housing crisis, not a view cone or shadowing crisis.
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Granville Street should be Vancouver's version of NYC's Times Square: City staff
There's a lot of work to do 💡
Vancouver Police Department looking to build new headquarters building
This will be a purpose-built "post-disaster" police headquarters facility.
City of Vancouver closes renter office, "leaving renters in the cold"
ABC Vancouver promised to strengthen protections for renters.
New Vancouver City Council approves its first building: a 47-storey residential tower
372 units of condos and social housing in downtown Vancouver.
"You forgot about us": Concerned residents sound off about troubled Vancouver Chinatown (VIDEO)
Multiple people passionately spoke through tears.
Estimated $300 million cost to rebuild the entire Stanley Park seawall
And a year later after the storm, the Jericho Pier is still a closed wreck.
Return of Ferris wheel and zipline at Queen Elizabeth Park could be considered
To bring back fun in the city and provide new revenue for the Vancouver Park
Some parts of the temporary Stanley Park bike lane could be retained
Some short segments of the controversial bike lane could remain 🚴♂️
Man plans to open store in Vancouver selling MDMA, cocaine, and more
He says safe supply is too important to wait for laws to catch up.