The Fall/Winter issue of the University Hill Connections newspaper is now out. In this issue, you will find updates on lelem' (the Block F project), neighborhood crimes and the value of Block Watch, UEL's storm water management plan, vacant houses and overgrown boulevards, property taxes, community works fund project, Area D, garbage issues, and much more. … Continue reading Hot Off the Press: The Fall/Winter 2017 U-Hill Connections is here!
Recently, Connections sent an email blast asking readers to share their questions, concerns, questions and ideas about our neighbourhood. We received many responses that we’re pleased to share below. Thanks to all who wrote for your thoughtful comments. Please click here to read the summary of the responses we've received.
The Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development has released a Factsheet on taxation and Finances. Please click here or on the picture below to view the full fact sheet.
Please find the e-mail from Ministry of Municipal Affairs and the Community Information Initiative Summary Report Results they've produced attached below. Dear Mr. Forsyth, I am writing to provide you with closing information regarding the Community Information Initiative. As you know, the Initiative was undertaken earlier this year to provide residents in the University Endowment Lands … Continue reading UEL Community Information Initiative: Summary of Community Feedback by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
TransLink and the City of Vancouver invite you to attend a stakeholder workshop on June 22, 2017 to update you on the Broadway Extension project, listen to your feedback, and discuss the next steps for the project. The Broadway Extension will extend the Millennium Linke SkyTrain service from VCC-Clark Station to a new station at Arbutus Street, … Continue reading INVITATION: Millennium Line Broadway SkyTrain Extension – Stakeholder Workshop
Canada 150 Series The past, present, and future of Canadian multiculturalism. Join Dr. Lee Blanding for a rich discussion about the origins of the multiculturalism policy, the role of ethnic groups in its development, and the ideology of multiculturalism in practice with comparisons to other countries. This program is funded by UTown@UBC Community Grant. Registration is required 7:00pm … Continue reading UNA Community Event: Canada 150 Series Film Series