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Coquitlam Transfer Station Summer 2020http://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/video-gallery/MV Video/429697436Coquitlam Transfer Station Summer 2020
Take a Nature Break - Frog Songshttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/video-gallery/Regional Parks/403441520Take a Nature Break - Frog Songs
Metro Moment Episode 3http://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/video-gallery/MV Video/431606325Metro Moment Episode 3

 Media Releases

 

 

Carbon Neutral Achievement Sets Stage for Bold Climate Actionhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/air-quality/613/Carbon Neutral Achievement Sets Stage for Bold Climate Action613Carbon Neutral Achievement Sets Stage for Bold Climate ActionGP0|#a13888d6-e3fb-4505-b958-3b345e340213;L0|#0a13888d6-e3fb-4505-b958-3b345e340213|Air Quality;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClassF3E284FBF0694F2CBEDE826C5C6A77C4">Metro Vancouver’s leadership and commitment to climate change have allowed the regional district to achieve corporate carbon neutrality for 2019 and potentially through 2022. This puts the region in a strong position to advance important climate actions as part of Climate 2050 and achieve its ambitious climate change and environmental goals.</div>2020-06-29T07:00:00Zstring;#2020
Metro Vancouver Calls on B.C. Government to Prioritize Infrastructure in Economic Recovery Planshttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/board-information/612/Metro Vancouver Calls on B.C. Government to Prioritize Infrastructure in Economic Recovery Plans612Metro Vancouver Calls on B.C. Government to Prioritize Infrastructure in Economic Recovery PlansGP0|#8b686698-007d-454e-9ee6-18f1f673b7fd;L0|#08b686698-007d-454e-9ee6-18f1f673b7fd|Board & Information;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClass62EE47FF2E074AE5AB8FFA8A26FB1DB2"><p>​In a submission to the B.C. Government's consultation on Budget 2021, Metro Vancouver is urging the Province to consider investments in core infrastructure as an essential component of B.C.'s economic recovery strategy.<br></p></div>2020-06-24T07:00:00Zstring;#2020
Metro Vancouver Air Quality Improved in 2019http://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/air-quality/611/Metro Vancouver Air Quality Improved in 2019611Metro Vancouver Air Quality Improved in 2019GP0|#a13888d6-e3fb-4505-b958-3b345e340213;L0|#0a13888d6-e3fb-4505-b958-3b345e340213|Air Quality;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClassFB3FD16055FF4329B7440EB9830B90D5"><p>​Metro Vancouver enjoyed clean air and clear skies throughout 2019, with a total of zero days under an air quality advisory – a welcome change after two summers of unprecedented wildfire smoke. That’s a key highlight from the 2020 edition of Caring for the Air, Metro Vancouver’s annual state-of-the-air report. <br></p></div>2020-06-22T07:00:00Zstring;#2020
Open Burning Restrictions Ended in Metro Vancouver http://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/air-quality/610/Open Burning Restrictions Ended in Metro Vancouver610Open Burning Restrictions Ended in Metro Vancouver GP0|#a13888d6-e3fb-4505-b958-3b345e340213;L0|#0a13888d6-e3fb-4505-b958-3b345e340213|Air Quality;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClass54E317924A4849C3AD31B9526719E47E"><p>​<span lang="EN-CA" style="font-size:11.5pt;line-height:107%;font-family:calibri, sans-serif;color:#323232;">Metro Vancouver has ended the open burning restrictions that have been in place since March 27, 2020. </span><br></p></div>2020-06-16T07:00:00Zstring;#2020
Metro Vancouver Expands Kanaka Creek Regional Parkhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/parks/609/Metro Vancouver Expands Kanaka Creek Regional Park609Metro Vancouver Expands Kanaka Creek Regional ParkGP0|#074c0334-3d6c-4560-b4ac-8b5892de7584;L0|#0074c0334-3d6c-4560-b4ac-8b5892de7584|Parks;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClass2345E71624A841CBBABD65D1910EE05B"><p>​Metro Vancouver continues to protect more natural areas in the region with the purchase of two separate parcels totaling 3.82 hectares (9.4 acres) of creek side and forest habitat at Kanaka Creek Regional Park in the City of Maple Ridge.<br></p></div>2020-05-28T07:00:00Zstring;#2020