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Get out and vote here on October 24, 2020. The candidates running for False Creek are: Brenda Bailey – BC NDP : Naomi Chocyk – BC Libertarian Party : Erik Gretland – Conservative British Columbia : Maayan Kreitzman – BC Green Party : Sam Sullivan – BC Liberal Party : Make sure your voice is heard!
Follow this website to learn about the Olympic Village’s ongoing plight – every village needs a school
Here is how to stay informed and connected for the upcoming BC election: BC Elections : CBC TV and Radio : CTV News : Global News : Vancouver Sun : The Province : The Globe and Mail : The Tyee : The Orca :
Is 55-storey tower at 601 Beach a good deal for the City? CityHallWatch: Tools to engage in Vancouver city decisions
Sun is out, the pop up park is open! Following City of Vancouver and Province of BC health guidelines, our beloved pop-up park is open. Maximum of six people to a group with volley ball, hockey and basketball currently on hold to be rolled out in the near future. Get out there […]
Prepare for an earthquake and other disasters: earthquakes and other natural disasters can happen without warning. You and your family can stay safe during these emergencies, with help from the City. Creekside Community Centre will host a seniors specific earthquake preparedness information session on March 25th 2020. To register, click here.
Find all the information on our upcoming AGM here. We would love to see you in attendance. And for those of you interested in joining the Board, please contact us ASAP here.
The City of Vancouver is calling for a wider array of voices to respond to an online survey that will help inform the city-wide plan, also known as the Vancouver Plan. So far, the majority of responses received have been from English speakers over 40 without young children. Feedback has also been high from people […]
Look out neighbours, there’s a new show in town and it’s going to be big. How big exactly? Well, it’s certainly being slated as the biggest new years eve event Vancouver has ever seen. And it’s in the works for December 31st, 2020. Organizers of Concord’s New Year’s Eve Vancouver are promising a truly special, […]