This backgrounder explores the factors that influence where different types of office development locate in the Metro Vancouver region, and summary results from the office building inventory for the region.
This backgrounder describes green infrastructure and the role it plays in the region, as well as the issues and questions that need to be considered about how best to work together to maintain, and augment, a regional green infrastructure network.
An overview of inland terminals, their potential benefits, factors for success, and constraints within the context of goods movement in Metro Vancouver.
An overview of short sea shipping in the Metro Vancouver region, current forms and volumes of goods movement, related transportation infrastructure, relationship to other types of goods movement, and potential expansion. (File revised on June 8, 2015)
Overview of farming in the region and analysis of the challenges and opportunities for supporting the long-term viability of the agricultural sector
This backgrounder outlines the state of goods movement through marine terminals in the region and emerging policy issues
Metro Vancouver acknowledges that the region’s residents live, work, and learn on the shared territories of many Indigenous peoples, including 10 local First Nations: Katzie, Kwantlen, Kwikwetlem, Matsqui, Musqueam, Qayqayt, Semiahmoo, Squamish, Tsawwassen, and Tsleil-Waututh.
Metro Vancouver respects the diverse and distinct histories, languages, and cultures of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit, which collectively enrich our lives and the region.