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  • Call for boarding house changes

    25 May 2017 | Council
    City of Canada Bay Mayor Helen McCaffrey is calling on neighbouring Councils to request the State Government address concerns about the cumulative impact of boarding house development applications on existing infrastructure. While acknowledging a need for a range of housing in Canada Bay, Mayor McCaffrey said the ...
  • Watch a room full of robots dance

    25 May 2017 | Council
    Bust a move at the first-ever Human Robot Friendship Ball at Vivid Ideas – part of Vivid Sydney, the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas. You don’t need to own a robot to join the spectacle on the dancefloor ...
  • Car sharing on the rise in Canada Bay

    25 May 2017 | Living
    The addition of six new car share spaces in Rhodes and Drummoyne has seen car sharing continue to become part of the City of Canada Bay’s green, sustainable future. ​The new car sharing spaces will increase the number of car share vehicles in the Canada Bay Council area to ...
  • Residents to vote for Canada Bay candidates

    17 May 2017 | Council
    Residents are likely to go to the polls on September 9 to elect nine councillors to represent the community on the City of Canada Bay Council, despite uncertainty over the proposed amalgamation with Strathfield and Burwood Councils. Under the Local Government ...
  • Assisting environmental projects at schools

    16 May 2017 | Environment
    Seven schools will complete environmental projects thanks to funding from City of Canada Bay. The 2017 Small Environmental School Grants will fund initiatives including garden bed planting, weed eradication, new bike racks, worm farms and even establishing a garden using recycled coffee cups.“This grant program supports projects that promote ...
  • Cabarita Conservatory opens

    15 May 2017 | Council
    A new community facility for workshops, events, exhibitions and other programs in picturesque Cabarita Park was officially opened last Thursday. The Cabarita Conservatory takes pride of place in the park and is filled with light with floor to ceiling windows taking advantage of the beautiful setting. The ...
  • Art honours convict trail in Five Dock

    11 May 2017 | Living
    A public artwork which honours the historic convict trail in Five Dock officially launches on May 20. Reformers by Thylacine: Shaun Kirby and Alexandra Gillespie, pays tribute to the 5,000 male convicts who worked to build the 250 kilometre Great North Road from 1826 to 1836. The road commenced ...
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