The Vancouver City Council settled a seven-month debate Monday night on the rise of ride-sharing companies, opening the door for Uber to legally do business in the city. With unanimous approval, the council agreed to adopt a new taxi code that aims to create a level playing field for the city’s legacy taxi companies — Vancouver Cab, Broadway Cab and Radio Cab — and the new wave of ride-sharing networks, such as Uber and Lyft.
The weather just doesn't get any better than we had Monday. So many folks wearing shorts and sandals and eating their lunch outside — in February! But alas all good things must come to an end, weather-wise that is.
High school students who attend Vancouver Public Schools will have the opportunity to purchase low-cost new or gently used formal wear and accessories for their school prom at "Dreams Coming Alive" from noon to 2 p.m. March 21 in the Hudson's Bay High School commons area.