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 Video Gallery

 

 

Vancouver's 'Bold Actions for a Climate Emergency' Eventhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/video-gallery/Metro Vancouver Close Up/391113750Vancouver's 'Bold Actions for a Climate Emergency' Event
Second Narrows Water Supply Tunnel Divershttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/video-gallery/MV Video/386364844Second Narrows Water Supply Tunnel Divers
Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment Plant Channel Tie-inhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/video-gallery/MV Video/380146176Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment Plant Channel Tie-in

 Media Releases

 

 

Clothing Donation And Repair Is Key To Tackling Textile Waste in Metro Vancouverhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/solid-waste/597/Clothing Donation And Repair Is Key To Tackling Textile Waste in Metro Vancouver597Clothing Donation And Repair Is Key To Tackling Textile Waste in Metro VancouverGP0|#8fb49f9f-995b-4599-996f-83d874daad35;L0|#08fb49f9f-995b-4599-996f-83d874daad35|Solid Waste;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClass0229CBC4156C45B996B55AAE9D642C9B"><p>​Metro Vancouver is encouraging residents to "think thrice" before tossing that ugly blouse, ripped jeans or socks with holes into the garbage. Most unwanted clothing items can be repurposed, donated or repaired, reducing the amount of waste in the region.</p></div>2020-02-18T08:00:00Zstring;#2020
Tsleil-Waututh Nation and Metro Vancouver Sign Co-Operation Agreement for Belcarra Regional Parkhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/parks/598/Tsleil-Waututh Nation and Metro Vancouver Sign Co-Operation Agreement for Belcarra Regional Park598Tsleil-Waututh Nation and Metro Vancouver Sign Co-Operation Agreement for Belcarra Regional ParkGP0|#074c0334-3d6c-4560-b4ac-8b5892de7584;L0|#0074c0334-3d6c-4560-b4ac-8b5892de7584|Parks;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClass0B95534F6C1B44E59D49B6E1836EBCFE"><p>​Tsleil-Waututh Nation (TWN) and Metro Vancouver Regional District (Metro Vancouver) today celebrated the signing of an historic co-operation agreement for Belcarra Regional Park, recognizing both Tsleil-Waututh's ancestral ties to the land and the present use by its members as well as a Metro Vancouver regional park.</p></div>2020-02-18T08:00:00Zstring;#2020
Metro Vancouver Secures New Park and Conservation Lands for Minnekhada and Codd Wetlandhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/parks/596/Metro Vancouver Secures New Park and Conservation Lands for Minnekhada and Codd Wetland596Metro Vancouver Secures New Park and Conservation Lands for Minnekhada and Codd WetlandGP0|#074c0334-3d6c-4560-b4ac-8b5892de7584;L0|#0074c0334-3d6c-4560-b4ac-8b5892de7584|Parks;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClassBA9C553717634AC9A79A7C7FB6543BA6"><p>Metro Vancouver has acquired two new park land properties near the Pitt River Valley, adding nearly 16 hectares to Minnekhada Regional Park and 56 hectares to the Codd Wetland Ecological Conservancy Area, at a cost of $2.0 million and $7.3 million, respectively. </p></div>2020-01-27T08:00:00Zstring;#2020
Metro Vancouver's 2020 Standing Committees Announcedhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/board-information/595/Metro Vancouver's 2020 Standing Committees Announced595Metro Vancouver's 2020 Standing Committees AnnouncedGP0|#8b686698-007d-454e-9ee6-18f1f673b7fd;L0|#08b686698-007d-454e-9ee6-18f1f673b7fd|Board & Information;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClassEF2F133F44144A5BB0BCB90FA6567EAB"><font face="Calibri" size="3"><font face="Calibri" size="3">Metro Vancouver Board Chair Sav Dhaliwal has announced the standing committee structure and appointments for 2020 to meet the needs of a growing and diverse region. </font></font></div>2019-12-16T08:00:00Zstring;#2019
Metro Vancouver Tightens Rules for Older Non-Road Diesel Engineshttp://www.metrovancouver.org/media-room/media-releases/air-quality/594/Metro Vancouver Tightens Rules for Older Non-Road Diesel Engines594Metro Vancouver Tightens Rules for Older Non-Road Diesel EnginesGP0|#a13888d6-e3fb-4505-b958-3b345e340213;L0|#0a13888d6-e3fb-4505-b958-3b345e340213|Air Quality;GTSet|#64da97b8-3db1-484c-a198-6cf0e7460889<div class="ExternalClass430744F508BE47D6B98E8459E3E60B5F"><p>​Owners of older forklifts, excavators and other non-road diesel engines have until the end of January 2020 to register their equipment with Metro Vancouver in order to continue using them across the region.</p></div>2019-12-05T08:00:00Zstring;#2019