Welcome!Welcome!2019-01-31T08:00:00ZGP0|#6fcc8566-898c-4e9b-8ad0-9296abc3c2f1;L0|#06fcc8566-898c-4e9b-8ad0-9296abc3c2f1|Issue 49;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass8E751B12A7A6489A9A0400FE44A5C7B8"><p>In this issue, we highlight upcoming projects, such as our work to develop a management plan for Grouse Mountain Regional Park and a new source control bylaw to help hospitals in the region reduce pollutants entering our sewer system. </p><p>We are also seeing increased uptake by residents to reuse, reduce, recycle – leading to increased waste diversion rates across the region. Residents are also taking advantage of the region's Watershed Tours, where they can explore and visit our unique watersheds — Capilano, Seymour and Coquitlam — and learn how our world class water gets from the mountains to their taps. The tours are just a small part of the great work going on at Metro Vancouver. </p><p>To see what else is going on, check out our latest videos, which look at everything from salmon in Pacific Spirit Regional Park to the Coquitlam Transfer Station.<br> <br></p><p> <em>Metro Vancouver is a federation of 21 municipalities, one Electoral Area and one Treaty First Nation that collaboratively plans for and delivers regional-scale services. Its core services are drinking water, wastewater treatment and solid waste management. Metro Vancouver also regulates air quality, plans for urban growth, manages a regional parks system and provides affordable housing.</em></p></div>0