Sustainability Dialogues

Help shape the future of the region by sharing your thoughts with other local experts on innovative solutions to challenging regional issues. A key component of Metro Vancouver’s outreach and stakeholder engagement, the Future of the Region Sustainability Dialogues has facilitated dynamic discussions on key regional issues over the years, from housing to transportation, livability to waste and social connectedness.

“Our dialogue sessions generate a wealth of information that will help us all — politicians, business, community advocates and citizens alike as we work towards a sustainable future for Metro Vancouver,” said Metro Vancouver Board Chair Greg Moore. “Expert panellists and highly–engaged participants have provided fresh and stimulating perspectives on regional issues and while Metro Vancouver may not be able to tackle all the challenges on its own, it can certainly serve as a catalyst in identifying actions and working, with partners, towards their implementation”.

 

 

Future of the Region Sustainability DialougeFuture of the Region Sustainability Dialouge<div class="ExternalClassEE612062E45249548C3BED2EF345BBD9"><p>Metro Vancouver is updating the region-wide Water Shortage Response Plan that regulates how residents, businesses and local governments use drinking water in the summer months or during periods of water shortages. Please join us to learn about and to share your comments on proposed changes to this important regional plan, as well as actions underway at local municipal levels.</p><p>Metro Vancouver is responsible for storing, treating and distributing drinking water across the region, as well as monitoring how and when it is used. Water use regulations are often publicized as the Sprinkling Regulations, though they include other water uses. To get a jump-start on learning more about the Water Shortage Response Plan, please <a href="/services/water/consultation/WSRP-review/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">visit our website</a>.</p></div>GP0|#3aaf5dc1-45ba-4cce-98d9-c4fc4448f597;L0|#03aaf5dc1-45ba-4cce-98d9-c4fc4448f597|Surrey;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d32017-01-19T21:30:00Zregionaldialogue@metrovancouver.orgInformation CentreSurrey City Hall604-432-6200 Truehttp://www.metrovancouver.org/events/sustainability-dialogues/Pages/dialogue-registration-2.aspx, Register<div class="ExternalClassB1D93DC7AB374DF68BA31050C25BE9CE"><ul><li> Nermine Tawfik, Policy Coordinator, Water Services, Metro Vancouver - <a href="/events/sustainability-dialogues/DialoguePublications/BIO-NermineTawfik.pdf" target="_blank">Bio</a></li><li>Meaghan Norton Daniel, Environmental Coordinator, Water Resource & Environment, Township of Langley - <a href="/events/sustainability-dialogues/DialoguePublications/BIO-MeaghanNortonDaniel.pdf" target="_blank">Bio</a></li><li>K. K. Li, Water Engineer, City of Surrey - <a href="/events/sustainability-dialogues/DialoguePublications/BIO-KKLi.pdf" target="_blank">Bio</a> </li></ul></div><h4>Moderator</h4> <ul><li>Greg Moore, Chair, Metro Vancouver Board of Directors; Mayor, City of Port Coquitlam </li></ul><div class="ExternalClassD6235ECD5CDF46DFA941A26D222E696F"><hr /> </div>2017-01-19T19:30:00ZOur Drinking Water – A Shared Resourcehttp://www.metrovancouver.org/events/sustainability-dialogues/Pages/default.aspx, Dialogues13450-104 Avenue, Surrey
Future of the Region Sustainability DialougeFuture of the Region Sustainability Dialouge<div class="ExternalClassEE612062E45249548C3BED2EF345BBD9"><p>Metro Vancouver is updating the region-wide Water Shortage Response Plan that regulates how residents, businesses and local governments use drinking water in the summer months or during periods of water shortages. Please join us to learn about and to share your comments on proposed changes to this important regional plan, as well as actions underway at local municipal levels.</p><p>Metro Vancouver is responsible for storing, treating and distributing drinking water across the region, as well as monitoring how and when it is used. Water use regulations are often publicized as the Sprinkling Regulations, though they include other water uses. To get a jump-start on learning more about the Water Shortage Response Plan, please <a href="/services/water/consultation/WSRP-review/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">visit our website</a>.</p></div>GP0|#2e918e0f-de6a-4c1d-985a-1253e09ab135;L0|#02e918e0f-de6a-4c1d-985a-1253e09ab135|North Vancouver;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d32017-01-25T21:30:00Zregionaldialogue@metrovancouver.orgInformation CentrePinnacle Hotel at the Pier604-432-6200 Truehttp://www.metrovancouver.org/events/sustainability-dialogues/Pages/dialogue-registration3.aspx, Register<div class="ExternalClassCA7A098904784980B333B5EF7349ACBE"><ul><li>Stan Woods, Senior Engineer, Water Services Policy Planning & Analysis, Metro Vancouver - <a href="/events/sustainability-dialogues/DialoguePublications/BIO-StanWoods.pdf" target="_blank">Bio</a></li><li> Femida Hudda-Musani, Program Coordinator, Water & Sewer, District of North Vancouver - <a href="/events/sustainability-dialogues/DialoguePublications/BIO-FemidaHudda.pdf" target="_blank">Bio</a></li><li> Emily Willobee, Policy & Programs Planner, West Vancouver</li></ul></div><h4>Moderator</h4><ul><li>Darrell Mussatto, Chair, Metro Vancouver Utilities Committee; Mayor, City of North Vancouver </li></ul> <div class="ExternalClassD6235ECD5CDF46DFA941A26D222E696F"> <hr /> </div>2017-01-25T19:30:00ZOur Drinking Water – A Shared Resourcehttp://www.metrovancouver.org/events/sustainability-dialogues/Pages/default.aspx, Dialogues138 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver
Future of the Region Sustainability DialougeFuture of the Region Sustainability Dialouge<div class="ExternalClassEE612062E45249548C3BED2EF345BBD9"><p>Metro Vancouver is updating the region-wide Water Shortage Response Plan that regulates how residents, businesses and local governments use drinking water in the summer months or during periods of water shortages. Please join us to learn about and to share your comments on proposed changes to this important regional plan, as well as actions underway at local municipal levels.</p><p>Metro Vancouver is responsible for storing, treating and distributing drinking water across the region, as well as monitoring how and when it is used. Water use regulations are often publicized as the Sprinkling Regulations, though they include other water uses. To get a jump-start on learning more about the Water Shortage Response Plan, please <a href="/services/water/consultation/WSRP-review/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">visit our website</a>.</p></div>GP0|#944b8296-5db4-4771-bc5b-f66bf48cd3c5;L0|#0944b8296-5db4-4771-bc5b-f66bf48cd3c5|Vancouver;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d32017-01-26T17:00:00Zregionaldialogue@metrovancouver.orgInformation CentreBCIT downtown campus604-432-6200 Truehttp://www.metrovancouver.org/events/sustainability-dialogues/Pages/dialogue-registration4.aspx, Register<div class="ExternalClass55E3DB425E11430AAC039E127B118FF2"><ul><li>Inder Singh, Director, Water Services Planning & Analysis, Metro Vancouver - <a href="/events/sustainability-dialogues/DialoguePublications/BIO-InderSingh.pdf" target="_blank">Bio</a></li><li>Daniel Roberge, Director, Water and Sewer Green Infrastructure, Engineering Services, City of Vancouver - <a href="/events/sustainability-dialogues/DialoguePublications/BIO-DanielRobergeVancouver.pdf" target="_blank">Bio</a></li></ul></div><h4>Moderator</h4><ul> <li>Darrell Mussatto, Chair, Metro Vancouver Utilities Committee; Mayor, City of North Vancouver</li></ul>2017-01-26T15:30:00ZOur Drinking Water – A Shared Resourcehttp://www.metrovancouver.org/events/sustainability-dialogues/Pages/default.aspx, Dialogues555 Seymour Street, Vancouver

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