Media Room

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  • Don Bradley, Division Manager, Media Relations

     
    604-788-2821
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  • Gordon Inglis, Multi-Media Services Division Manager

     
    778-452-4608
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 Video Gallery

 

 

Metro Vancouver Close Up Episode 3 March 2017http://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/video-gallery/Metro Vancouver Close Up/5352272807001Metro Vancouver Close Up Episode 3 March 2017
The Sustainable Region Episode 3 2017 Barnston Maple Ridge Pump Stationhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/video-gallery/The Sustainable Region/5370098816001The Sustainable Region Episode 3 2017 Barnston Maple Ridge Pump Station
Toque Tuesday at Surrey City Hall - MVCUhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/video-gallery/Metro Vancouver Close Up/5360669999001Toque Tuesday at Surrey City Hall - MVCU

 Media Releases

 

 

Metro Vancouver Celebrates 50 Years of Regional Parkshttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/parks/464/Metro Vancouver Celebrates 50 Years of Regional Parks464Metro Vancouver Celebrates 50 Years of Regional ParksGP0|#074c0334-3d6c-4560-b4ac-8b5892de7584;L0|#0074c0334-3d6c-4560-b4ac-8b5892de7584|Parks;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClassE9A1FE13FD59496FB6C6ABAC3FC7F26B"><p>​Metro Vancouver Regional District marks the 50th anniversary of its regional parks system with a year-long celebration to showcase its 14,500-hectare network of parks and greenways.</p></div>2017-03-15T07:00:00Zstring;#2017
New Lions Gate Secondary Wastewater Treatment Plant to support cleaner waterways in Metro Vancouverhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/liquid-waste/463/New Lions Gate Secondary Wastewater Treatment Plant to support cleaner waterways in Metro Vancouver463New Lions Gate Secondary Wastewater Treatment Plant to support cleaner waterways in Metro VancouverGP0|#c66b9e70-597c-49de-9124-87f86a653106;L0|#0c66b9e70-597c-49de-9124-87f86a653106|Liquid Waste;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClass8A256CC35F5449409CDFD653ECA43451"><p>​Burnaby, British Columbia, March 11, 2017 — The governments of Canada and British Columbia are committed to investing in modern and efficient wastewater infrastructure to meet the growing needs of communities, create well-paying middle class jobs, and protect our waterways and fresh and saltwater ecosystems.</p></div>2017-03-11T08:00:00Zstring;#2017
Local Government Matters in this Year's Provincial Electionhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/board-information/462/Local Government Matters in this Year's Provincial Election462Local Government Matters in this Year's Provincial ElectionGP0|#8b686698-007d-454e-9ee6-18f1f673b7fd;L0|#08b686698-007d-454e-9ee6-18f1f673b7fd|Board & Information;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClassEF3E98D9F4E64C739D4A531157E7D657"><p>Metro Vancouver is calling on British Columbia’s four largest political parties to publicly clarify their platforms on critical issues facing the region, including affordable housing, transit and protecting the environment, as well as how they intend to work with the regional government on funding major capital projects.</p></div>2017-03-01T08:00:00Zstring;#2017
Metro Vancouver's Regional Homelessness Task Force Releases Homelessness Action Planhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/board-information/461/Metro Vancouver's Regional Homelessness Task Force Releases Homelessness Action Plan461Metro Vancouver's Regional Homelessness Task Force Releases Homelessness Action PlanGP0|#8b686698-007d-454e-9ee6-18f1f673b7fd;L0|#08b686698-007d-454e-9ee6-18f1f673b7fd|Board & Information;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClass9A34AD61AC624D6DA05C2B4AF8490D51"><p>Metro Vancouver’s Regional Homelessness Task Force today released its position paper: <a href="/services/regional-planning/homelessness/homelessness-taskforce/plan/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank"> <em>Addressing Homelessness in the Metro Vancouver Region</em></a> with new research findings and recommendations aimed at reversing the unprecedented rise in the number of homeless people living on the streets, in makeshift camps and temporary shelters across the region.</p></div>2017-02-27T08:00:00Zstring;#2017
Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel Now In Servicehttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/water/460/Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel Now In Service460Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel Now In ServiceGP0|#9dea762f-7043-4074-a868-1ed64ca7d1d8;L0|#09dea762f-7043-4074-a868-1ed64ca7d1d8|Water;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClass3A3447D3B19B40DA9B0E65BBAB50D7B7">After almost six years of construction, Metro Vancouver’s $240-million Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel is now delivering clean, safe drinking water to residents south of the Fraser River.</div>2017-02-20T08:00:00Zstring;#2017