Metro Vancouver is working closely with stakeholders and First Nations to ensure this project considers their interests and fits with the community.
Metro Vancouver will:
- meet with stakeholders and First Nations to listen to their interests and priorities
- collaborate with interested stakeholders and First Nations on how the plant is integrated with Iona Beach Regional Park and the surrounding environment
- collaborate with interested stakeholders and First Nations on resource recovery opportunities
- provide information in a timely manner
- take feedback to the project team and report back on how it has been addressed
- establish a single point of contact the community can reach to discuss the project.
Metro Vancouver started the Project Definition Phase in Fall 2018.
Stakeholder Workshop (Birds & lagoons) – Thursday April 4, 2019
Community Workshop #1 - Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Invitation - Community Workshop #1
Agenda - Community Workshop # 1
Panels - Community Workshop #1
Presentation – Community Workshop #1
Summary – Community Workshop #1
Online Feedback Form – Community Workshop #1
- Engagement booth at Iona Beach Regional Park Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup – September 15, 2018
- Iona Beach Regional Park pop-up engagement booth – July 21, 2018
- Iona Beach Regional Park pop-up engagement booth – July 12, 2018
- Musqueam Celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day – June 21, 2018