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Bayside Performance on SE Marine Drive can probably get you new wheels. That will cost $$$.
It's a do it yourself project if you've done it before or learned from a master. Otherwise it's very frustrating. You are going to have to see if the rim is still circular or if it's out of round as well. I have to bet that in Vancouver there are more than a few wheel rebuilders. Certainly here in London there are, including one of the greats.
 

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You can do anything yourself if you know how to do it.
 

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Answer to the OP's question:

If you have spoked wheels, then yes, truing them is a DIY project as long as they are not too far gone. I can post links to a couple of good tutorials if that is the case. I have respoked and trued wheels myself with nothing more than basic equipment, and it is straighforward if a little fiddly and time-consuming.

If they are cast wheels, then no.
 
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