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8/17/2015
The Port Mann Water Supply Project has reached an important milestone in the construction of the tunnel. After more than year of digging under the Fraser River, the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) is retrieved through the north shaft.
219038629IssuesDrinking Water
2015
524
  
12/4/2012
The Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel is a complex project, requiring commercial divers to descend inside the shaft, working in blackness, performing difficult work in challenging conditions. And, when they surface, they face a potentially deadly risk.
217644619Issues
2012
527
  
3/20/2013
Port Moody's recycling and green waste collection program helps reduce dependence on landfills. Learn about the service as you ride along on a high tech garbage truck. Plus, find out about the app that ensures you won't miss another garbage day!
218320703Issues
2013
531
  
5/30/2011
The holiday season is a time of celebration. It can also be a time of waste as we celebrate with gifts and giving. Metro Vancouver's 2010 Christmas wish is for all residents to create holiday memories, not holiday trash.
216282267Issues
2011
530
  
7/14/2011
06/11. BC’s bees are a crucial element in our local food production system. Their pollination activity is valued in the tens of millions of dollars. See how farmers, scientists, and the business community work together to ensure a healthy bee population.
216602981Issues
2011
537
  
11/24/2015
Raugi Yu begs his mom to buy a Christmas tree so they can celebrate a Buddhist Christmas.
219039543Issues
2015
551
  
2/12/2014
Living next to a construction project is a disruptive experience. Metro Vancouver’s public consultation process works closely with residents to mitigate issues of noise, dust, and traffic.
218556979Issues
2014
556
  
3/1/2016
Metro Vancouver is hosting a screening on March 22 to showcase two new documentaries: "Building of the Twin Tunnels" and "Sounds from the Breakhead Tank".
219170150Issues
2016
560
  
6/21/2011
Seniors and young people are particularly vulnerable to ending up homeless. But they need very different kinds of assistance. Learn how programs in Metro Vancouver have developed programs to meet both groups' specific needs.
216458383Issues
2011
562
  
5/12/2011
The Seymour Capilano Filtration Project is the largest water treatment plant of its kind in Canada with the largest UV disinfection facility in the world. See how it works and review major milestones along the way.
216273136Issues
2011
563
  
11/24/2011
The process of developing the Seymour Capilano Filtration Project led to important changes in policy and in the role of community consultation.
217286699Issues
2011
564
  
5/25/2011
It’s one of the biggest projects ever for Metro Vancouver. The Seymour Capilano Filtration Plant will supply purified water to 70% of Metro residents. Join us for a behind-the-scenes visit to the plant during a key point in its construction.
216281310Issues
2011
566
  
2/5/2014
The Seymour Capilano Twin Tunnels Project has been underway nearly a decade. In January 2014 a milestone was reached when the last tunnel liner section was installed in the 7 km long horizontal tunnels.
218553451Issues
2014
567
  
6/29/2011
A massive tunneling project on the North Shore reached a milestone when the innovative raisebore drill broke through to the surface in March 2011. Learn how this fascinating drilling process works and check out exclusive behind the scenes footage.
216459836Issues
2011
568
  
3/8/2016
Migrating salmon up the Seymour River get human help to make it past a massive rock slide that came down in the area in December 2015. Fish are trapped, carried in backpacks up 140+ stairs and then trucked to a hatchery to continue their lifecycle.
219040785Issues
2016
573
  
10/5/2011
Small Houses fill a niche in the housing market and provide a way to densify neighbourhoods without changing their character. Learn why modern compact dwellings are fast becoming a popular choice among planners, builders, and home owners.
216964728Issues
2011
574
  
3/5/2013
Smart Steps
218314462Issues
2013
577
  
11/18/2010
Getting to the open ocean is a challenge for Capilano River smolts, especially the 80m drop over the Cleveland Dam! See how Metro Vancouver is helping little fish make this big trip, preserving the long-term health of the river's salmon run.
216251926Issues
2010
569
  
4/27/2011
Former Metro Vancouver director Jim Green was a passionate advocate for affordable housing. In this look back at the transformation and re-opening of Vancouver's Woodward's building, Green comments on the hopeful vision he has for the project.
215991648Issues
2011
426
  
8/21/2012
People want local options at their grocery store. That's the message Metro Vancouver food retailers are hearing loud and clear. To help them meet that demand, growers and processors are making sure their products highlight the local connection.
217536866Issues
2012
428
  
4/27/2011
The solar collectors on the roof of the Lonsdale Library are just one aspect of North Vancouver's district heat plans. See how this facility and the Olympic Village are generating heat from previously untapped sources.
215989537Issues
2011
430
  
4/27/2011
North Vancouver’s district energy system is an efficient way to provide hot water and home heating. See how this project is reducing energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions at the same time, with a downsized update on the traditional power plant.
215989653Issues
2011
434
  
12/1/2012
Lucia's Christmas travel plans are dashed until she meets Dave. But getting home for the holidays turns out to mean more than just hitching a ride. How a chance encounter and the spirit of giving gave two people an unforgettable Christmas holiday.
217638531Issues
2012
438
  
4/16/2013
Metro's new MAMU (Mobile Air Quality Monitoring Unit) provides the ability to test and monitor for a variety of air quality issues, including diesel particulate. Find out how this $282,000 unit enhances our understanding of regional air quality.
218320509Issues
2013
442
  
12/1/2013
A chance encounter with a homeless man on New Year's Eve results in an unexpected conversation about Katherine Hepburn, tragic loss, and the meaning of life.
218427946Issues
2013
444
  
11/25/2014
Chaos ensues over some highly inappropriate curse words when Matt's napping father rolls over a meticulous LEGO creation.
218590575Issues
The Flame
2014
445
  
5/12/2011
Old mattresses take up a lot of landfill space. Too often they end up discarded in alleys or empty lots. But one local company saw a way to make a difference. Now they're finding new uses for old mattresses and helping the environment in the process.
216273711Issues
2011
470
  
6/21/2011
Milton Wong is a highly-respected local businessman and community activist. In this profile, shot in 2006, Wong discusses his heritage, revitalizing the Downtown Eastside, and the role his family played in his success.
216454693Issues
2011
473
  
11/25/2014
An unfortunate incident involving a cranky grandpa, a Christmas tree and a falsely accused little girl paves the way for a new tradition.
218590527Issues
The Flame
2014
481
  
4/29/2013
Cradle to Cradle. That's the philosophy the National Zero Waste Council hopes to instill in consumers, business, and government. Learn what this concept means and how the Council hopes to make it a key consideration in the way we deal with waste.
218321496IssuesSolid Waste; Education and Relationship Building
2013
494
  
5/25/2011
Recycling newspaper keeps it out of the landfill and is also an important source of income for local government. See how the newsprint you throw away moves from curbside pick-up, to the recycling facility, and is turned back into new paper products.
216282140Issues
2011
495
  
11/24/2015
As Nicola travels the world, weekly letters from her dad written from the driver's seat of his London taxi provides a connection to home.
219039786Issues
Christmas
2015
504
  
1/8/2015
Video with Korean voiceover explains Metro Vancouver's organics disposal ban of all compostable material, including food
218878568IssuesSolid Waste
2015
508
  
6/13/2011
The Great Blue Heron is a common sight in Metro Vancouver, but there's some unique things about the local birds. This 2006 look at herons in Burnaby Lake and Stanley Park explains why urban growth and land use are important factors in their survival
216342870Issues
2011
510
  
6/13/2011
A major shopping mall institutes a wide-ranging recycling program, making it a leader in the retail industry. See how Park Royal's retailers are embracing these efforts, to reduce both their environmental footprint and their waste disposal bill.
216341697Issues
2011
512
  
11/24/2015
Patrick Lucas convinces him mom to invite the local priest home for Christmas dinner.
219039834Issues
2015
515
  
6/1/2011
Peak Oil will impact more than just the price of gasoline. How we manage the switch away from fossil fuels will have a profound impact on Metro Vancouver. Learn more about the challenges we face and see how the region is planning for peak oil.
216337663Issues
2011
343
  
6/21/2011
Hyland House has an emergency shelter, transitional housing, meals, counselling, health referrals and life-skills training. Learn why it's services are an important first step for homeless people looking to turn their life around.
216454785Issues
2011
346
  
6/1/2011
It's feeding time at this farm, but you might be surprised by the creatures at home on this range. Learn why inland fish farms are good for the environment, the consumer, and the fish as a retired marine scientist explains his operation.
216337590Issues
2011
350
  
6/29/2011
A 2005 weed-busting session at Burnaby Lake highlights the role gardeners can play at home in reducing invasive species. Learn which plants you may not want in your garden and find out how to get rid of persistent species such as Scotch Broom.
216459790Issues
2011
386
  
7/25/2013
The SFU Archaeology summer field school conducts digs on Don and Lion Islands (a.k.a. Sato and Oikawa) to learn about the cannery, workers and residences that used to be on the islands.
218398455Issues
2013
344
  
6/3/2016
Dumping household waste or garden clippings in a Regional Park might seem like it's no big deal, but these shortcuts to responsibly dealing with waste is very damaging to the environment.
219177889Issues
2016
342
  
5/2/2011
Metro Vancouver tested a hybrid excavator. These machines use capacitors instead of batteries to store and deliver energy and like vehicle hybrids they can reduce fuel consumption, greenhouse gases and air contaminants.
216094566Issues
2011
387
  
11/25/2014
"Jenn Griffin visits family in England in pursuit of old memories and a new Joy Division album."
218590753IssuesCulture; Solid Waste
2014
390
  
12/1/2012
Theology meets mythology as JJ Lee's sons ponder who would win in a battle between Jesus and Santa, then JJ remembers a pivotal Christmas moment between him and his Dad, and comes away with a touching answer to the daunting 'is Santa real?" question.
217645084Issues
Christmas, xmas, holiday,
2012
391
  
11/12/2012
Four months of driving bus on a route that services 3 high schools has Joel's nerves hanging by a thread. But the spirit of the season has a surprise in store for our long-suffering bus driver, as a memorable moment puts everything in perspective.
217638460IssuesSolid Waste
Christmas
2012
392
  
11/25/2014
"Joey's brother brought a date home for Christmas, and his outfit wasn't the only thing the family found mesmerizing."
218590701IssuesCulture; Solid Waste
The Flame
2014
394
  
2/14/2013
In November 2012, Metro Vancouver adopted the Joint Water Use Plan, to consider new ways we can utilize our water resources, through projects such as energy generation. Learn how this initial step will provide the information for informed choices.
218314660Issues
2013
397
  
5/15/2013
Celebrate the opening of the new hatchery, first phase of the Kanaka Creek Watershed Stewardship Center. Release salmon fry into Kanaka Creek to start their journey to the sea. Meet stewardship groups and learn about creeks and their inhabitants.
218322958Issues
2013
401
  
5/12/2011
The former mayor of London offers a frank assessment of the challenges facing humanity. Can we fix the problems? Livingstone identifies the most important factor required to reverse a trend he says could be catastrophic by century's end.
216274144Issues
2011
403
  
5/12/2011
The former mayor of London discusses the likelihood of a climate change tipping point and paints a frank, frightening picture of our world if Western governments don't take an aggressive leadership role in mitigating the impacts of a warming Earth.
216273738Issues
2011
405
  
11/25/2014
"What happens when Kevin as a caregiver indulges the hallucinations of a famous client."
218590623IssuesCulture; Solid Waste
Thr Flame
2014
408
  
6/21/2011
Vancouver's homeless don't all live in the Downtown Eastside. So, in 2005, the Kits Community Centre started providing meals, clothing, and showers to homeless people. See how this program helps its clients, and teaches volunteers a few things too.
216454745Issues
2011
412
  
5/25/2011
From pioneer settlement to bustling city, Langley has a rich history. See how the Heritage Society has preserved important local landmarks and chronicled the area's past, for the entertainment and education of present and future generations.
216281483Issues
2011
411
  
6/21/2011
At the 2005 Vancouver landfill open house visitors saw how our region deals with its waste. Learn why hawks are used to control wildlife, how methane is used for energy generation and the process that turns waste into compost and recyclables
216457719Issues
2011
417
  
6/7/2011
In 2006, two programs in Langley found success connecting with youth on important issues. See how one helps adults and young artists find common ground over grafitti and the other teaches kids the serious consequences of playing with fire.
216339467Issues
2011
419
  
11/24/2015
Laura Drummond was not expecting live gunfire while working retail in a mall during the holiday season.
219039754Issues
Christmas
2015
425
  
10/5/2011
The new visitor centre at Van Dusen Garden is a stunning example of a LEED Plantinum building. Learn why it mimics the design of a flower and see how it aims for the highest standard in green building design, the Living Building Challenge.
216964801Issues
2011
293
  
12/9/2013
Recreating a traditional voyageur canoe trip, these paddlers had a unique opportunity to paddle down the Fraser River as part of the Experience the Fraser project. See how the multi-day event highlights the importance of this crucial waterway.
218428784Issues
2013
294
  
7/20/2005
The Fraser Valley has rich soil and a rich agricultural history. Learn how colonization, industry, war, and technology have all played important roles in shaping the development of the agriculture industry in our region.
216452881Issues
2005
297
  
6/14/2011
Do you know why a healthy frog population usually means a healthy environment? Find out why scientists say frogs are an important species to watch, and see how park interpreters share their knowledge of these amphibiuous creatures at this Metro event
216343061Issues
2011
299
  
6/1/2011
Eco-friendly construction is catching on. More people want to consider the environment and the local economy when they build. This award-winning renovation highlights the owner's sustainable design choices and commitment to using local materials.
216337905Issues
2011
300
  
6/7/2011
The United Way is a successful charitable organization. So why are they changing their business strategy? Learn why immigration, aging, and a renewed collaboration with partner groups are key factors in the United Way's future plans.
216339123Issues
2011
302
  
9/24/2012
Unit D1565 is a Pendpac Alley Gator 24.5Yd fully automated side loading garbage truck. It is a zero reach model, which means the arm is not required to move laterally to pick up a bin which allows it to operate in narrower lanes. The City of Vancouver currently has 29 of these units in the fleet. These units were purchased in 2005.
217629197Issues
2012
304
  
6/19/2013
lGeocaching is a high-tech treasure hunt where participants use GPS devices and smartphones to unearth hidden containers. A new geocaching program is getting inner-city aboriginal youth excited about the outdoors and exploring Metro Vancouver Parks.
218384495Issues
2013
305
  
6/21/2011
Geomorphology, studying landforms and the processes that create them, is vital to land use planning. On this public tour, see how educators can use the science of geomorphology to help individuals appreciate the importance of resource stewardship
216458448Issues
2011
309
  
11/1/2013
Tracking their waste proved to be an eye-opening experience for the Glenbrook residents who took on the Zero Waste Challenge. See how how they reduced their impact on the waste stream through some simple and easy changes in the household routine.
218407212Issues
2013
312
  
12/13/2013
Pete, the beloved family dog has eaten rat poison, and as Christmas approaches Grant is determined to never give up hope on lost causes.
218427515Issues
2013
317
  
10/4/2013
It started in Vancouver, now it's a nationwide event. This year's edition of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup saw over 300 volunteers converge on Iona Beach -- tackling the big job of collecting garbage & debris that accumulates on the shoreline.
218403853Issues
2013
320
  
6/1/2011
Eco-friendly construction is catching on. More people want to consider the environment and the local economy when they build. This award-winning renovation highlights the owner's sustainable design choices and commitment to using local materials.
216337845Issues
2011
322
  
5/6/2011
The Seymour Capilano filtration plant's green roof is designed with the environment, wildlife, and the general public in mind. See how careful planning made it possible to achieve multiple green objectives in this 2010 video shot in North Vancouver.
216097263Issues
2011
321
  
6/1/2011
Green roofs provide a wide range of benefits, from reducing heating bills, to creating habitat for wildlife. A look at two local green roofs showcases the reasons why this innovative method is gaining in popularity for buildings small and large.
216337790Issues
2011
324
  
5/18/2011
From pep rally to classroom learning, a chance to meet professional athletes is just part of the fun of the Greenzone Blitz. See how two BC Lions players tackle sustainability head on and give kids the knowledge to make smart environmental choices.
216276158Issues
2011
326
  
5/18/2011
Sustainable cities need an industrial base. But in Metro Vancouver, we face a looming shortage of industrial land. See how the region is addressing this issue and identifying ways to ensure companies can stay local despite rising costs.
216276049Issues
2011
327
  
5/30/2011
Metro Vancouver's growth strategy is the plan for sustainable development in our region until 2040. Learn which aspects of growth are key goals for the region and see how the needs of people, industry, and nature are being balanced with the plan.
216335140Issues
2011
328
  
5/31/2016
UN-HABITAT was created at the first major United Nations conference on human settlements in Vancouver, May 31 to June 11, 1976. Hundreds of delegates attended from all over the world. A hugely popular, grassroots conference, Habitat Forum was held concurrently at Jericho Beach where organizers, artists and volunteers created outdoor amphitheaters using beach logs. The event featured lectures, music, entertainment and the world’s longest bar.
219176295Issues
WUF, World Urban Forum
2016
329
  
5/25/2011
The freighter traffic in Vancouver harbour has a big impact on our region's air quality. See how an emissions inventory, new energy sources for moving shipping containers, and economic incentives for the industry are helping reduce pollution.
216280542Issues
2011
330
  
5/7/2012
Metro Vancouver held a public meeting on October 12, 2010 to introduce the Joint Water Use Plan (JWUP) for the Seymour and Capilano Watersheds. The planning process will explore the possibility of generating hydropower from existing reservoirs.
217344588Issues
2012
331
  
12/6/2016
Harry Lash - Planning in a Human Way. Tribute video produced in 1997 by Ted Rashleigh and Howard Harding for the Greater Vancouver Regional District.
218919678IssuesRegional Growth; History
2016
335
  
6/21/2011
Heritage buildings offer a peek at life a hundred years ago. See how Metro Vancouver regional parks serve as a vital repository of local history in this profile of the historic Burrvilla and Cammidge farm houses along with Invermere School House.
216453388Issues
2011
337
  
3/7/2014
The Metro Vancouver Homeless Count has hundreds of volunteers participating in the effort. Volunteers are trained to approach the people they are interviewing in a safe and compassionate manner.
218558363Issues
2014
340
  
6/1/2011
Producing honey is only one of the fascinating ways bees help humans. In a visit to the annual Honey Festival, host Vanessa Timmer discovers the vital role bees play in agriculture and even gets a chance to learn the all-important bee dance.
216337609Issues
2011
341
  
4/4/2012
Learn how aerobic composting food scraps at home or at a municipal recycling program significantly reduces GHGs compared to anaerobic composting in a landfill.
216095078Issues
2012
247
  
6/1/2011
They contain valuable parts and materials for recycling, but electronics remain one of the fastest growing additions to local landfills. Now a local company is capitalizing on the opportunity. Discover how they bring new life to old computers.
216337483Issues
2011
249
  
12/1/2012
Celebrating Christmas with former cannibals is an unusual experience. For Emelia and her boyfriend, spending the holidays in Vanauatu in the South Pacific provides them with one of the most memorable (and embarrassing) stories of their lives.
217645014IssuesSolid Waste
2012
250
  
11/24/2015
Emelia Symington Fedy finally has a joyful family Christmas with the help of cookies baked with a very special spice.
219039700Issues
2015
264
  
2/27/2017
"We have to get low income housing here," said Al. He is in a wheelchair and has been living in a tent in North Vancouver for more than 10 years. Find out about addressing homelessness at gazon.co.ua
216240089IssuesHousing and Homelessness
homeless, homelessness,
2017
265
  
2/27/2017
5 people become homeless in Metro Vancouver each week with health issues and poverty being two main pathways. Providing supportive housing is a very cost effective solution. Find out more about addressing homelessness at gazon.co.ua
214724005IssuesHousing and Homelessness
homeless, homelessness,
2017
266
  
2/27/2017
A lot of people are one cheque away from being homeless," said James. He is living in an emergency shelter in Maple Ridge with more than 40 other people. Find out about addressing homelessness in Metro Vancouver at gazon.co.ua
216240090IssuesHousing and Homelessness
homelessness, homeless
2017
267
  
2/27/2017
Jane is 62 years old and lives in a homeless shelter in North Vancouver. "I never, ever expected to be like this," she said. "It can happen to anybody." Find out about addressing homelessness in Metro Vancouver at gazon.co.ua
216240107IssuesHousing and Homelessness
homelessness, homeless
2017
268
  
2/27/2017
For three years, Michele has rented a 10 x 12 room with no windows. It's all she can afford. "I've put my applications in for a lot of the housing programs, but the wait is long," she said. Find out about addressing homelessness at gazon.co.ua
216240116IssuesHousing and Homelessness
homeless, homelessness
2017
269
  
2/27/2017
"The two months I spent in my car was horrendous," said Sharon. She now lives in a homeless shelter in North Vancouver. In five years the wait list for social housing increased by 22%. Find out about addressing homelessness at gazon.co.ua
216240123IssuesHousing and Homelessness
homelessness, homeless
2017
272
  
6/14/2012
This fascinating look at a day in the life of two local farmers highlights the differences and similarities between a large-scale, big-budget conventional multi-crop farm and the innovative, micro-farm approach of a beginning urban farmer.
217457439Issues
2012
273
  
5/6/2011
Meet the Farmers on 57th, where acres of under-used lawn at the George Pearson Centre were transformed to a community garden.
216097467Issues
2011
274
  
11/7/2014
The region’s craft beer industry is booming, but microbreweries and other fermentation operations add significant quantities of liquid waste to the region's the sewage system. Metro Vancouver sought input from craft breweries for a new bylaw that protects the environment and infrastructure, while supporting this growing industry.
218589150Issues
2014
278
  
6/21/2012
In this 2004 story, see how Metro Vancouver firefighters are trained to respond to fires in watersheds and interface areas, where the forest meets urban development.
216640643Issues
2012
283
  
1/2/2011
Putting food waste in landfills generates methane, a greenhouse gas even more powerful than CO2. Learn how the process occurs and find out easy ways you can help, through reducing the amount of food waste you put in your garbage can.
216095036Issues
2011
285
  
7/14/2011
Metro Vancouver's food systems face unprecedented challenges. Preserving farmland and creating a new generation of farmers are two steps our region must take. See how education and advocacy are key ingredients in the food on your plate.
216460182Issues
2011
287
  
5/12/2011
An expanded composting program makes garbage day easier for residents and keeps thousands of kilograms of food waste out of landfills. See how Metro Vancouver can turn food waste into marketable top soil in just 9 weeks!
216274157Issues
2011
286
  
7/14/2011
Metro Vancouver's regional food strategy is designed to ensure our region makes the most of our agricultural resources. Learn about the five key elements of the plan and see how a diverse group of stakeholders helped create this blueprint.
216603057Issues
2011
288
  
8/12/2015
Food Waste Reduction for Restaurants
219036115Issues
2015
291
  
5/25/2011
Dredging the Fraser for shipping is important for industry, but care must be taken to avoid impacting wildlife habitats. See how careful planning and consultation makes it possible to achieve both goals.
216280499Issues
2011
290
  
6/1/2011
The debris trap near Hope plays a crucial role in the safety and navigability of the Fraser River. But money issues put the program in jeopardy. Learn why this facility had to be saved and how government agencies worked together to find a solution.
216336164Issues
2011
292
  
6/1/2011
Enjoy beautiful scenic shots of the mighty Fraser River and learn about the history of a vital Metro Vancouver waterway with this aerial tour highlighting the industry, wildlife, and transportation uses of the river.
216337296Issues
2011
271
  
6/1/2011
The Fraser Valley cranberry harvest highlights the issues faced by farmers and farm labourers as economic pressures, immigration restrictions, and an aging population change the agricultural landscape in the Metro Vancouver region.
216337350Issues
2011
282
  
6/7/2012
Food Processing is capital intensive, with small profit margins. But in Metro Vancouver, companies are finding profitable niches with local agricultural products. See how they are responding to changing markets with innovative approaches.
217454888Issues
2012
275
  
7/20/2005
Behind the scenes at breakfast time. This 2005 story follows local eggs and berries from supplier to processor to your plate. See how automation makes life easier for our farmers and helps food processors maintain product quality and consistency.
216453072Issues
agriculture
2005
277
  
3/5/2013
Metro Vancouver's initial attack teams are the front line against forest fires in our watershed. See how the three person crews tackle small fires from causes such as lightning strikes - protecting property and the quality of our water supply.
218315807Issues
2013
231
  
3/5/2013
Being prepared for an earthquake can save your home and belongings from preventable damage. See how you can secure expensive appliances such as water heaters, ensure your older home has a solid connection to its foundation, and find utility shutoffs.
218315771Issues
2013
236
  
11/17/2011
Ecological health reflects the essential link between human health and the natural environment. Healthy, properly functioning natural systems are the foundation to the region’s economic prosperity, our collective quality and personal well-being.
217286793Issues
2011
239
  
11/24/2015
The selfless act of another is a light that leads the way in Eleanor Lipov's story, Love is a Minefield.
219039675Issues
Christmas, Hannukka
2015
150
  
8/22/2014
Holiday waste. The worst kind of Christmas leftovers. But wrapping and boxes don't have to end up in the landfill. Learn how you can practice a low-impact holiday season and find out why spray-on snow is a bad idea if you want to compost your tree.
216606883Issues
2014
151
  
11/15/2011
Christmas at the Warehouse
217286425Issues
2011
172
  
5/2/2011
This program helps small to medium sized businesses measure and reduce their carbon footprint while cutting costs.
216095356Issues
2011
154
  
12/1/2010
Follow the path of Christmas presents, from warehouse to shopping mall, as this short PSA, shot in 2010, offers a gentle reminder that one downside to the holiday season is the amount of waste that ends up in landfills.
216282277Issues
2010, psa, solid waste, xmas
2010
182
  
5/18/2011
Densely populated urban areas make it easier for residents to make sustainable choices in their day-to-day lives. For one Port Moody family living close to recreation, shopping, and other amenities is also a great way to improve their quality of life
216276107Issues
2011
187
  
6/5/2013
Coquitlam UV Disinfection Project 2013 Construction Update.
218385260Issues
2013
188
  
6/9/2014
As construction wraps up at the Coquitlam Ultraviolet Disinfection Facility, see how a green roof is installed on the the building. It's one of the numerous sustainable features for LEED Silver classification.
218580551Issues
2014
189
  
6/11/2014
On June 11, 2014, local media and dignitaries were invited to tour the now-completed Coquitlam UV disinfection facility. Guests learned about the UV process, plant control systems, and environmentally-friendly features of the water treatment plant.
217643670Issues
2014
191
  
12/10/2012
The Coquitlam UV water treatment plant will start operation in 2013. See how a massive 25 metric ton butterfly valve is installed during construction and learn why ultraviolet light is an ideal way to treat and disinfectant our drinking water.
217643619Issues
2012
194
  
12/6/2011
It's a big event that has generated up to 250kg of waste in the past. This year however, only a fraction of that total went to the landfill. Learn how waste diversion methods turned the Country Celebration into a zero waste success story.
217286636Issues
2011
202
  
4/16/2013
Inspired by the Zero Waste Design Challenge, 8 teams of students from Crofton House compete to come up with ways to promote waste reduction. See how these young students brainstorm, design, deliver their pitch and find out which teams took top honours.
218320531Issues
2013
205
  
10/5/2011
Deconstructing homes builds the skills and self-esteem of youth at risk with this training program. See how the new approach also keeps waste out of the landfill and makes it possible to reuse or recycle a wide variety of valuable building materials.
216944216Issues
2011
208
  
12/1/2012
It's a Christmas dream for Diane Brown when her family heads to Disneyland. But things start to fall apart in a snowstorm in Northern California. And just when things seemingly couldn't get worse, the smallest of miracles makes a big difference.
217644976Issues
2012
210
  
8/2/2012
Diesel truck emission testing is now underway in the region, to learn more about the health and air quality issues burning diesel can create. See how the testing in Metro Vancouver will provide the preliminary data to guide decisions down the road.
217537856Issues
2012
211
  
3/5/2013
Disaster Response routes
218315723Issues
2013
226
  
11/28/2012
Water supply projects can disrupt traffic. But for construction of the Douglas Main careful planning addressed the biggest concerns of residents, local schools, and churches, and gave preschoolers an up-close look at a major infrastructure project.
217644522Issues
2012
228
  
9/6/2011
Festivals and events present many challenges regarding waste. Vancouver Dragon Boat Festival organizers tackled those issues head on, making green initiatives a top priority.
216638935Issues
2011
68
  
6/21/2011
The modern greenhouse is an efficient, eco-friendly way to grow fruits and vegetables. This tour of Glenwood Valley's 25 acre greenhouse operation showcases the modern technology being used to maximize yield while minimizing environmental issues.
216453481Issues
2011
69
  
6/15/2011
Metro's Home Pages, found in your phone book, contain a number of useful ways you can reduce your home's environmental impact. Learn some money and time-saving ways you can make your kitchen, yard, and workshop part of an eco-friendly house.
216342809Issues
2011
71
  
6/21/2011
Plastics recycling extends the lifespan of this non-renewable resource and saves money by reducing landfill requirements. In this 2005 tour of the Merlin Plastics recycling plant we see how post-consumer waste finds new life in a variety of ways.
216454635Issues
2011
72
  
6/16/2011
Come along for the ride as Metro staff take a helicopter trip into the watershed to measure the snowpack. Learn why summertime water restrictions are often necessary for the Metro Vancouver region, even when we have a lot of snow during the winter.
216342724Issues
2011
73
  
6/21/2011
Metro Vancouver is working to reduce the risk of West Nile Virus. See how scientists identify potential mosquito breeding hotspots and find out how they work with the data they collect to develop strategies to slow the spread of the virus.
216453206Issues
2011
75
  
12/1/2014
B.C. Lee experiences a Christmas Eve shaped by Hollywood movies.
218588252IssuesSolid Waste
2014
76
  
6/3/2005
06/05 - The issues of land use, agriculture, and industry have had a big impact on the residents of Barnston Island. See how this community has kept its agricultural focus even with the pressures of encroaching development and economic opportunities.
216453148Issues
2005
97
  
6/21/2011
The paper, plastics, glass, and metal you put out in your blue box for recycling finds a second life after it leaves the curb. Learn how recyclable waste is handled in Metro Vancouver, reducing the cost to taxpayers and the burden on the environment.
216342933Issues
2011
111
  
6/13/2011
Shoreline erosion issues in 2006 brought a variety of stakeholders together to address problems with the Bedford Channel at Brae Island. Working together, the groups find an immediate solution and form relationships for future long term objectives.
216341456Issues
2011
115
  
6/7/2011
Blade Runners gets young people trained and ready for jobs in construction. The highly successful program is turning lives around. See how they do it and learn why industry, social agencies, and participants are saying it's a win/win/win situtation.
216339544Issues
2011
116
  
6/1/2011
Shot in 2007, this video showcases the construction challenges in building the Golden Ears Bridge and highlights the effects on regional growth resulting from this new route across the Fraser River.
216337214Issues
2011
124
  
1/28/2011
Metro Vancouver's two year study of air quality in the Burrard Inlet is delivering important data about air pollution in the region. Find out how Metro's air quality division is turning that information into cleaner air across the region.
216095185Issues
air quality
2011
128
  
3/5/2013
It's been 100 years since a dugout canoe was launched on the Coquitlam River. Now that has changed -- with this inspiring project See how an 800 year old cedar tree is transformed into a potent symbol of cultural rebirth for Kwikitlem First Nation.
218315670Issues
2013
129
  
3/5/2013
In a moving ceremony, the cedar dugout canoe 'Fast Boy' is blessed by members of the Kwikletlem first nation. Local municipal politicans also join in this important ritual, as the traditional practices of our region are recognized across cultures.
218315649Issues
2013
132
  
6/15/2016
For more than 10 years, Metro Vancouver video-documented the construction process of one of the largest water infrastructure projects in the world. As the project neared completion an unusual collaboration formed to take advantage of the acoustics in the underground Capilano Breakhead tank where the Red Shift Music Society performed an experimental work created by composer Jordan Nobles in October 2014.
219176570IssuesDrinking Water; Culture
2016
134
  
4/15/2011
An exclusive look at a historic moment in the Seymour Capilano twin tunnels project. See the big moment as the raisebore drill breaks through to the surface during construction of the tunnels that will link the reservoir and the filtration plant.
215983592Issues
2011
138
  
11/21/2011
Celebrating Diverse Holidays
217286728Issues
2011
55
  
12/7/2011
A young actor gets a job as a shopping mall Santa and reconnects with his Santa playing father.
217287584Issues
2011
56
  
11/7/2011
Angry Elf e-card
217285561Issues
2011
67
  
12/10/2013
The Arc'teryx outdoor gear company teamed up with the Vancouver Police Department to give 3000 waterproof capes to homeless residents of the city. See the project volunteers are helping make life on the street a little dryer and warmer this winter.
218428530Issues
2013
45
  
6/21/2011
Despite the trend towards local food, farmers still face many challenges, from the economy to the weather. In this story from 2005, we find out why farmers love this challenging industry and how a strong agricultural sector benefits everyone.
216452927Issues
farm
2011
46
  
8/21/2012
Making the most of arable land helps our region's food needs. Learn how inventories and planning are laying the ‘groundwork’ for Metro’s agricultural land to meet its full potential.
217536693Issues
2012
44
  
5/9/2013
Canada was once a world leader in supplying affordable housing. Much has changed. In this 2007 story, find out how funding changes impacted that success and how some innovative ideas could help improve our region's approach to combating homelessness.
218321337Issues
2013
43
  
11/24/2015
Adam Pateman's New York story is about footwear lost and found and how karma caught up to him one holiday season.
219039611Issues
Christmas
2015
37
  
6/1/2011
The PNE's livestock competition is a big event for local 4H members -- a chance to earn money and learn farming skills. Follow one young man as he preps his heifer for the big day and works with his dad and brother on the family farm.
216337414Issues
2011
714
  
10/4/2011
Waste Workshop - Waste as an Energy Resource, 1:15 p.m. session
216929605Dialogues and Breakfasts
2011
693
  
5/16/2011
Igna Bjork-Kemby Assistant Secretary General of UN talks about current state of poverty and homelessness in cities around world
216274469Dialogues and Breakfasts
2011
678
  
5/1/2015
From design innovation to digging deep into the second hand economy, the textile industry is finding new ways to minimize waste. Businesses that are profitable, competitive, and grounded in the second hand economy will join us to share lessons with other industry stakeholders who see the potential for profits and job opportunities in the new but expanding sharing economy. Leading local designers will speak to design innovations that avoid waste - including designing to last, modularity, and using off-cuts - while retaining their fashion and business edge.
218921689Dialogues and Breakfasts
Fashion, clothing, clothes, vintage, eco-fashion
2015
668
  
8/13/2011
Construction waste doesn't have to end up in landfills. When it can be diverted, cost savings for the region and the industry can be the result. In this session, a frank discussion of the challenges and potential solutions for Metro Vancouver.
216460476Dialogues and BreakfastsEducation and Relationship Building; Management
2011
667
  
8/12/2011
Recycling and waste reduction gets more complicated when dealing with multi-family buildings. In this dialogue session, 7 experts in planning, architecture, and waste management discuss the challenges and solutions for multi-family waste diversion
216460561Dialogues and BreakfastsManagement; Education and Relationship Building
2011
638
  
2/1/2007
The future of the region depends on effective transportation systems that can meet future demand and accommodate coming technological changes. In thid Dialogue, the audienc and panel discusses the issues and challenges one another to find answers.
216337006Dialogues and BreakfastsRegional Growth
2007
615
  
4/18/2013
Services that keep people healthy, safe and active such as transit, parks, water, recycling and garbage disposal are costly and need infrastructure that must be maintained and replaced over time. Who pays and how? Taped April 10, 2013 in Surrey, BC.
218322311Dialogues and BreakfastsEducation and Relationship Building
2013
616
  
12/2/2013
Highlights from a November 22 Sustainability Dialogue, Great City-making Demands Innovation, featuring planners from Australia and Metro Vancouver sharing their perspective on creatively accommodating growth and density.
218431435Dialogues and BreakfastsEducation and Relationship Building; International Relations
2013
614
  
4/23/2013
Services that keep people healthy, safe and active such as transit, parks, water, recycling and garbage disposal are costly and need infrastructure that must be maintained and replaced over time. Who pays and how? Taped April 9, 2013 Vancouver, BC.
218321998Dialogues and BreakfastsEducation and Relationship Building
2013
609
  
12/12/2012
The holiday season is fast approaching, which for many means very special and memorable moments with friends and family. Join us to hear about Metro Vancouver’s Christmas campaign - Create Memories, Not Garbage - which focuses on celebration and memories while encouraging citizens to reduce the amount of garbage produced during the holiday season. In this spirit, we gift you an early morning Christmas experience - three of Metro Vancouver’s premier storytellers will share their personal holiday memories! Check out how Metro Vancouver has been collaborating with The Flame to create a holiday television special. Welcoming Remarks: Malcolm Brodie, Chair, Zero Waste Committee, Metro Vancouver; Mayor, City of Richmond Speakers: Lena Zordan, Communication Specialist, Metro Vancouver Gord Inglis, Division Manager, Multi-Media Services, Metro Vancouver Storytellers: Deb Williams, Creator & Producer, The Flame JJ Lee, Fashion Columnist & Author; Storyteller, The Flame Emelia Symington Fedy, Performer & Writer; Storyteller, The Flame
217643705Dialogues and BreakfastsSolid Waste
2012
610
  
1/24/2013
Small and medium-sized businesses can play an important role in fighting climate change, while keeping costs down. Since 2010, over 300 businesses, in collaboration with Metro Vancouver and host municipalities, have participated in the Climate Smart training program and explored options to reduce their carbon footprint. Join us as we showcase three businesses who have come through this program - they will share stories about how reducing greenhouse gas emissions has helped their bottom line. Elizabeth Sheehan, President, Climate Smart Jonathan Meads, Sustainability Manager, Concert Properties Nigel Bullers, Senior Vice President, Securiguard Services Ltd. Morten Schroder, Vice President Operations, BC, Van Houtte Coffee Services
217644011Dialogues and BreakfastsClimate Change
2013
611
  
11/19/2014
The Metro Vancouver region is known as one of the most livable, sustainable regions in the world with a long history of planning for compact growth and integrated land and transportation development. Metro Vancouver is the agency responsible for long-range land use planning and growth management at a metropolitan level. Guided by the regional growth strategy – Metro Vancouver 2040: Shaping our Future, we strive to create complete, healthy and transit-oriented communities, contain and structure growth, and protect essential lands for local food production, ecological services like clean air and water, and to serve our growing economy. To reach our goals, we collaborate with Member Municipalities, TransLink, other agencies and residents. Join us as Metro Vancouver launches the Progress toward Shaping our Future: the Baseline Annual Report to learn how progress is monitored toward Metro 2040 goals, and why we all have a critical role to play in ensuring our region’s ongoing livability and sustainability.
218588464Dialogues and Breakfasts
2014
612
  
6/13/2012
Agriculture is being marginalized and we are in danger of losing the next generation of farmers. Learn how we can support new farmers, post-production entrepreneurs, and food system leaders in Metro Vancouver.
217457690Dialogues and BreakfastsAgriculture and Food
2012
514
  
4/16/2013
Paying For Our Cities_Sustainability Breakfast_April 11 2013
218320308Dialogues and BreakfastsEducation and Relationship Building
2013
513
  
4/29/2013
Services that keep people healthy and active like transit, parks, water, recycling and garbage disposal are costly. They need infrastructure that must be maintained and replaced over time. But who pays and how? Taped April 16, 2013, North Vancouver.
218321540Dialogues and BreakfastsEducation and Relationship Building
2013
475
  
7/23/2014
Moving up the Waste Hierarchy Metro Vancouver is among North American leaders with its 58% recycling level, but it is aiming far higher – 80% by 2020. Northern European countries have been leaders in recycling and moving away from landfilling to manage residual waste, but they are also aggressively pushing to increase recycling levels. What can our region learn from European experiences and strategies? Is a continued focus on source separation the path forward? What is the role for extended producer responsibility? What are the trends and most successful approaches for managing residual waste? And what about organics - single family homes in Metro Vancouver are successfully moving toward recycling organics, but can businesses and multi-family residences find the same level of success? Join us and our panelists as we explore and learn from the European experience.
218581321Dialogues and Breakfasts
2014
474
  
7/23/2014
Moving up the Waste Hierarchy Metro Vancouver is among North American leaders with its 58% recycling level, but it is aiming far higher – 80% by 2020. Northern European countries have been leaders in recycling and moving away from landfilling to manage residual waste, but they are also aggressively pushing to increase recycling levels. What can our region learn from European experiences and strategies? Is a continued focus on source separation the path forward? What is the role for extended producer responsibility? What are the trends and most successful approaches for managing residual waste? And what about organics - single family homes in Metro Vancouver are successfully moving toward recycling organics, but can businesses and multi-family residences find the same level of success? Join us and our panelists as we explore and learn from the European experience.
218581285Dialogues and Breakfasts
2014
402
  
5/12/2011
City governments may end up playing a crucial role in addressing climate change. Former London mayor Ken Livingston explains why mayors have the opportunity to initiate aggressive climate change policies when other politicians cannot.
216273763Dialogues and BreakfastsClimate Change
2011
400
  
5/12/2011
The former mayor of London says Chinese leadership made a smart bet and delivered a big jump in renewable energy technology that has leapfrogged Western efforts. Find out why he thinks it's an encouraging development in addressing climate change.
216273639Dialogues and Breakfasts
2011
238
  
5/16/2011
Noted architect Edward Mazria helped author the 2030 Challenge -- an initiative calling for a big reduction in the greenhouse gases emitted by the construction industry. In this lecture, Mazria outlines how to turn the plan into a reality.
216274604Dialogues and BreakfastsClimate Change
2011
384
  
12/13/2013
The Flame 2013 Jacques Lalonde
218428254Dialogues and Breakfasts
2013
790
  
11/6/2015
Circular economies offer new opportunities but may not flourish without novel partnerships. Panelists will look at the role of cross-sector collaboration in scaling up promising approaches and how government policy-makers can support this transition.
217712150ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
791
  
11/6/2015
Nearly half of food waste takes place at home. Hear how the consumer is being engaged in waste reduction with crafted communications on what best-before dates really mean, the merits of meal-planning and down-home cooking.
217711103ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
788
  
11/6/2015
Since 2013, Claudio Gemmiti has been an instrumental leader at Club Coffee, bringing his extensive background in brand management to use with the Company's innovative, 100% compostable single-serve coffee pod, the first of its kind in the world.
217711001ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
787
  
11/6/2015
Chris Diplock is a leader in Vancouver's collaborative economy. Founder of the Vancouver Tool Library and Lead Researcher with the Sharing Project, Chris is working with organizations in Vancouver to develop the local collaborative economy.
217712167ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
786
  
11/6/2015
Bob is responsible for managing the corporate face of Loblaw including corporate social responsibility, public relations, government and industry relations, and communication to the company’s 192,000 colleagues and franchise employees.
217710895ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC; zero waste conference; 2015
2015
785
  
11/6/2015
​Andrew currently leads the sustainability efforts for Walmart’s Canadian market, and is a member of the company’s global-sustainability-leaders team. He is an active member of the Retail Council of Canada’s sustainability-steering committee.
217710863ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
781
  
9/22/2014
Textiles recycling and reuse efforts are scaling up globally but so too are upstream efforts to reduce the environmental impact of textiles in design, manufacture and sale. From toxins, to durability, longevity, and scaled up re-use and recycling – hear how the fashion industry is evolving with waste prevention and circularity in mind. Moderator: Lisa Papania, Lecturer, Marketing and Entrepreneurship, SFU Beedie School of Business with panelists Lewis Perkins, Senior VP, Cradle to Cradle Product Innovation Institute; Mark Trotzuk, President, Boardroom Eco Apparel, and Alexa Kielty, Zero Waste Specialist, San Francisco Environment, City and County of San Francisco.
217720956Conferences
fashion
2014
779
  
9/22/2014
Lewis Perkins, Senior VP, Cradle-to-Cradle Product Innovation Institute discusses sustainable design applied to commercial textiles in fashion industry within the context of the circular economy.
217718943Conferences
fashion
2014
778
  
9/22/2014
Alexa Kielty, Zero Waste Specialist for San Francisco reports on that City and County's Textile Initiative, which seeks to divert the 39 million pounds of fashion textiles San Franciscans send to the landfill each year.
217718351Conferences
fashion
2014
774
  
9/22/2014
The Afternoon Keynote features an armchair discussion with LEGO and Philips. Learn how global companies are catalyzing a shift toward a circular economy. Hear what drives these industry pioneers, the obstacles and opportunities they encountered and marketplace trends. Moderated by Torah Kachur, Host, What a Waste, CBC Radio One with Tim Brooks, Sustainability Senior Director, The LEGO Group and Markus Laubscher, Circular Economy Program Director, Philips Group Sustainability.
217720471ConferencesSolid Waste
2014
772
  
9/22/2014
Mike Biddle, Founder of MBA Polymers considers plastic waste to be one of the last frontiers in recycling. He outlines the challenges and opportunities in harvesting this resource from complex waste streams.
217719118ConferencesSolid Waste
2014
769
  
9/22/2014
Jeremy Rifkin, author of The Zero Marginal Cost Society: The Internet of Things, the Collaborative Commons, and the Eclipse of Capitalism provided the Morning Keynote at the 2014 Zero Waste Conference, Sept 16. In The Zero Marginal Cost Society, Jeremy Rifkin describes how the emerging Internet of Things is speeding us to an era of nearly free goods and services, precipitating the meteoric rise of a global Collaborative Commons and the eclipse of capitalism. Rifkin spoke about the potential for millions of people producing and sharing physical goods and services with each other, and how a focus on shareable value and access over ownership might improve, hinder and/or otherwise impact waste prevention efforts, and more fundamental shifts toward a circular economy.
217718650ConferencesSolid Waste
2014
766
  
7/11/2014
Zero Waste Conference 2013 Michael Braungart clip
217727011ConferencesEducation and Relationship Building; International Relations; Solid Waste
2014
768
  
9/22/2014
Greg Moore, Chair of Metro Vancouver Board of Directors updated the audience on the status of the National Zero Waste Council activities and directions stemming from the 2013 conference.
217719280ConferencesSolid Waste
2014
765
  
7/11/2014
Zero Waste Conference 2013 Laurel Miller clip
217729258ConferencesInternational Relations; Solid Waste
2014
764
  
3/11/2011
The Zero Waste Challenge Strategy builds from the Management Plan by presenting a series of priority initiatives and actions. In particular, the strategy focuses on sectors and materials with immediate opportunity for change and success. This strategy will evolve over time as detailed plans for implementation are developed and decision points are identified.
215546211Conferences
2011
763
  
9/24/2012
The 2012 Zero Waste Conference brought together over 600 participants to discuss ways to reduce waste. Highlights of the event included keynote speeches, workshops, live-streamed content, and a design challenge to re-imagine the everyday sofa.
217629146Conferences
2012
762
  
3/23/2011
Tony Moucachen is the President of Merlin Plastics, the largest plastics recycling company on the West Coast.
217741889ConferencesSolid Waste
2011
761
  
3/23/2011
Terry Charles is President of Gemaco Sales, which operates the Recycle Asphalt Shingle Station on Annacis Island in Richmond.
217741849Conferences
2011
760
  
3/17/2011
The Zero Waste Challenge Strategy builds from the Management Plan by presenting a series of priority initiatives and actions. In particular, the strategy focuses on sectors and materials with immediate opportunity for change and success. This strategy will evolve over time as detailed plans for implementation are developed and decision points are identified.
215546200ConferencesSolid Waste
2011
759
  
3/23/2011
Sara Graves of the Harmony Group tracks performance metrics of suppliers for environmental and economic success.
217742317Conferences
2011
757
  
3/10/2011
Urban Wood Waste Recyclers and Fraser Richmond Soil and Fibre captures the energy output of food, yard and wood waste and produces soil products, energy and fuel. March 10, 2011.
217742261ConferencesSolid Waste
2011, conferences, recycling, waste, Zero Waste Conference 2011, zero waste conference, zwc, compost, organics
2011
750
  
3/24/2011
The Zero Waste Challenge Strategy is presented by David Hocking, Division Manager, Metro Vancouver at the March 10, 2011 Zero Waste Challenge Conference.
217741200Conferences
2011
749
  
3/17/2011
Zero Waste Challenge Conference Overview
215546111Conferences
2011
748
  
3/29/2011
Clint Mahlman is the Senior VP, Retail Operations and Distribution for London Drugs. He oversees the sustainable initiatives and waste management programs at London Drugs.
215550284Conferences
2011
696
  
6/25/2012
Metro Vancouver won a 2012 United Nations Public Service Award in the Public Outreach and Engagement Program, Fostering participation in policy-making decisions through innovative mechanisms" category."
217460470Conferences
2012
613
  
6/30/2011
Participants were asked to vote on a range of propositions after an afternoon of breakout sessions.
216460257Conferences
2011
587
  
6/20/2013
Mark Angelo, Chair Emeritus of the Rivers Institute at the British Columbia Institute of Technology presents a keynote address titled, Rivers Lost
218396105Conferences
2013
586
  
6/19/2013
Renowned scientist Dr. David Suzuki explores how the estimated cost of replacing nature’s services such as cleansing air, filtering water; pollinators and flood control are astronomical, yet not factored into our economic thinking. June 15, 2013
218396767Conferences
2013
585
  
6/19/2013
SPDF Mark Angelo Coquitlam River Excerpt
218384611Conferences
2013
557
  
6/14/2012
Metro Vancouver hosted the recent Sustainable Cities International conference in Vancouver. Providing real world examples of sustainable urban infrastructure, the conference aims to send delegates home with ideas and inspiration.
217457608Conferences
2012
518
  
9/27/2011
Participants discuss how local governments and private enterprises are feeling the pressure to apply sustainability principles in the design and delivery of services and products. How can the design and development of sustainable cities give urban centres a clear competitive advantage in a global economy?
216785608Conferences
2011
491
  
3/4/2016
Industrial Revolution 4.0 - How waste prevention can boost the bottom line and drive circular economy innovation. Featuring panelists Dr. Ilse Truernicht of MaRS Discovery District, Nicole Hagerman-Miller of Biomimicry 3.8, Nadine Gudz of Interface and Mayor Malcolm Brodie, the Chair of the National Zero Waste Council and Chair of the Metro Vancouver Zero Waste Committee, this interactive session will explore how waste prevention can power innovation and a reinvigorated economy in Canada and beyond.
219174118Conferences
recycling, resource recovery, waste prevention, circular economy
2016
489
  
9/21/2012
National Zero Waste Council Discussion Panel
217629415ConferencesLiquid Waste; Solid Waste
2012
488
  
4/1/2014
Waste generation – ranging from food to packaging and beyond – is one of Canada's leading economic and environmental challenges facing cities across the country. A Special Session at Globe 2014 offers a thought-provoking discussion on how businesses and governments in Canada, the UK and other countries are addressing concerns over waste, the difficulties in moving a waste prevention and circular economy agenda forward, and the many creative and bold opportunities on the horizon. Canada's National Zero Waste Council is a leadership initiative bringing together individuals and organizations in government, businesses, industry and the community sector who innovate, inspire, demonstrate best practices, or advance a waste prevention agenda in Canada by encouraging design and behavior change. March 28, 2014.
218558531Conferences
2014
487
  
9/20/2012
Sept 15, 2012, Metro Vancouver with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) brought together stakeholders in a Roundtable discussion to disuss the concept of a National Zero Waste Council.
217630208ConferencesLiquid Waste; Solid Waste
2012
486
  
9/20/2012
Rachel Morier Presentation
217607324ConferencesSolid Waste; Liquid Waste
2012
485
  
9/20/2012
David Lawes Presentation
217630159ConferencesLiquid Waste; Solid Waste
2012
756
  
3/23/2011
Nicole Stefenelli is the founder and president of Urban Impact Recycling, the first multi-material recycling company in the lower mainland.
217742208Conferences
2011
755
  
3/23/2011
Free Geek Vancouver reduces the environmental impact of e-waste by reusing and recycling donated technology. Free Geek Vancouver provides education, job skills training, Internet access and free or low cost computers to the public.
217742155Conferences
2011
753
  
3/23/2011
Igor Zahynacz has 38 years of experience in municipal engineering and management. Zero Waste Challenge 2011He is Director of Engineering and Operations at the City of Port Coquitlam.
217742035Conferences
2011
751
  
3/29/2011
Dave Ramslie is the City of Vancouver’s Sustainable Development Program Manager, and is responsible for programs and policy that support Vancouver’s Sustainability objectives.
217741982Conferences
2011
416
  
5/25/2011
The constant container trains rolling through Langley block as many as 5 crossings at once, crippling downtown traffic flow. See how this situation impacts merchants, and emergency personnel in the town and learn how they propose to solve the problem
216281388Issues
2011
90
  
6/15/2011
03/05. Biodiesel is an innovative fuel. But does using bio-diesel impact our food supply? This UBC program shows how bio-diesel can reduce waste and highlights the crucial issues experts say must be addressed when considering a biodiesel program
216342675Issues
2011
89
  
12/3/2013
Business Improvement Associations across the region are recognizing the role they can play in promoting zero waste solutions to local business. Learn how BIAs are finding creative ways to offer new waste reduction programs across Metro Vancouver.
218429257Issues
2013
88
  
11/25/2014
"Timing is everything, especially on New Year's Eve."
218588214IssuesCulture; Solid Waste
The Flame
2014
82
  
4/19/2011
Keep bears wild and dancing in Metro Vancouver Regional Parks. Learn how to reduce human - bear conflicts and be Bear Aware. Visit www.bearaware.bc.ca for more information.
215989485Issues
2011
54
  
11/24/2015
How Alec found the Christmas spirit while signing divorce papers in a fancy restaurant and a fellow patron suffers a heart attack.
219039644Issues
Christmas
2015
51
  
6/6/2007
For municipalities, tackling air quality means regulation, eco-friendly procurement, and careful zoning. Activists are educating politicians about the ways they can have an impact. Find out why they say local gov't is the best place to create change.
216334868Issues
air quality
2007
50
  
6/6/2007
Wood stoves are quaint, but in rural areas, they have a big impact on air quality. See how programs in Washington and B.C. are making it easy for people to switch to cleaner heating alternatives and how modern urban planning can make for cleaner air.
216335062Issues
air quality
2007
49
  
6/6/2007
For Jordie, an active young man with asthma, air pollution could be a life and death issue. Find out why young people are the most vulnerable to the impact of air pollution and how dealing with this issue could save taxpayers millions of dollars.
216334999Issues
2007
48
  
6/6/2007
Air pollution kills as many as 250 people a year in BC. What's making all this smog? Trucks, ships, cars... and lawn mowers? Meet the people who suffer when we can't control emissions and see how some industries are taking steps to clear the air.
216334944Issues
2007
47
  
6/21/2011
Local farmers face unique pressures that make the Metro region very different from other food-producing areas of Canada. Discover the pressing issues they must contend with and learn how it impacts your grocery bill in this 2005 story.
216452831Issues
2011
234
  
4/5/2016
In this panel discussion excerpt, Joy Mauro of Turnabout Luxury Resale describes the cultural shift in second-hand shopping from challenging its stigma opening her first store in 1978 to building a chain of 4 high-end consignment stores today.
218924163Dialogues and Breakfasts
fashion, 2015, circular economy, consignment, clothing, textiles
2016
235
  
4/5/2016
Tony Shumpert, VP of Supply Chain Operations, Value Village describes a business model that benefits non profit partners, employs 20 thousand people and keeps 650 million pounds of household goods and textiles out of landfills. April 22, 2015
218924076Dialogues and Breakfasts
vintage, 2015, Thrift, clothing, textiles, fashion, second hand, circular economy
2016
262
  
9/6/2012
More than 50 people attended a forum held at the Queensborough Community Centre on October 28, 2010. Ideas for points of interest along the Experience the Fraser route were shared, with feedback provided by participants.
217609567Dialogues and Breakfasts
2012
393
  
5/12/2011
The Exec Dr of the B.C. Cooperative Association questions the way we structure our economy. Is sustainability possible within this system? Restakis says no, offering up his perspective on one of the thorniest issues surrounding a truly green economy.
216273081Dialogues and Breakfasts
2011
540
  
1/17/2014
The Regional Food System Roundtable Nov 20, 2013 explored how local governments can support the local food economy by increasing capacity to produce food close to home and improving the financial stability of the food sector. Ideas from the Roundtable will be used in developing an Action Plan.
218554237Dialogues and Breakfasts
2014
476
  
7/23/2014
Moving up the Waste Hierarchy Metro Vancouver is among North American leaders with its 58% recycling level, but it is aiming far higher – 80% by 2020. Northern European countries have been leaders in recycling and moving away from landfilling to manage residual waste, but they are also aggressively pushing to increase recycling levels. What can our region learn from European experiences and strategies? Is a continued focus on source separation the path forward? What is the role for extended producer responsibility? What are the trends and most successful approaches for managing residual waste? And what about organics - single family homes in Metro Vancouver are successfully moving toward recycling organics, but can businesses and multi-family residences find the same level of success? Join us and our panelists as we explore and learn from the European experience.
218581377Dialogues and Breakfasts
2014
404
  
12/13/2013
The Flame 2013 Kevin Kennedy
218427733Dialogues and Breakfasts
2013
233
  
4/5/2016
Eco Fashion Week 2015 featured a panel discussion entitled 'The Zero Waste Business Case for Textiles.' In this excerpt, Glencora Twigg (WE3 Design/Twigg & Hottie) talks about her experiences of being a marketer and designer to an educator with a focus of waste prevention in design. April 22, 2015
218924259Dialogues and Breakfasts
clothing, fashion, circular economy, textiles,
2016
232
  
4/5/2016
Wes Baker, Co-founder of debrand specializes in recycling for textiles that can't be resold or re-used due to reasons such as security concerns, for example, uniforms or recalls. The new raw material is reused in industries and products ranging from insulation to packaging.
218923989Dialogues and Breakfasts
2015, fashion, clothing, textiles, circular economy,
2016
796
  
11/6/2015
Can innovation in materials be the silver bullet of waste reduction? How does it fit with end-of-life management infrastructure? How can businesses and governments ensure the right innovation happens at the right time and place?
217712090Conferences
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
795
  
11/6/2015
Dr. Martin Gooch is co-founder and CEO of Value Chain Management International (VCMI), a global consulting company which helps businesses, primarily in the agricultural and food industry, enhance their long-term profitability and sustainability.
217711702ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
794
  
11/6/2015
Jason is the Sustainability Manager at Nature’s Path Foods. He leads efforts to achieve sustainability goals such as Zero Waste 2015 and Climate Neutral 2020. Jason has an MBA in Sustainable Business from the Bainbridge Graduate Institute in 2008.
217711431ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
793
  
11/6/2015
The United Nations says about a third of all food grown or produced for humans goes to waste. This session kicks off with remarks by a global campaigner, followed by a panel familiar with the the fast emerging field of food-waste reduction.
217712107ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
797
  
11/6/2015
Can innovation in products & packaging be the silver bullet of waste reduction? How does upstream innovation best fit with end-of-life infrastructure? How can businesses and governments collaborate to ensure it happens at the right time and place?
217711283ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
807
  
11/6/2015
​Food waste activist Tristram Stuart's compelling presentation from the 2105 Zero Waste Conference quantifies the massive amounts of food waste created by our existing supply chains and retail practices. But, his remarks go beyond just finger-pointing. Tristram also offers concrete examples of immediate solutions and compelling reasons why a food revolution could be the secret ingredient in meeting the looming challenge of feeding a global population of more than 9 billion people by the year 2050.
217712284Conferences
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
798
  
11/6/2015
Stefan Sjöstrand, president of IKEA Canada, explains how their People & Planet Positive strategy is backed by concrete action, Our closing keynote speech promises to deliver tools and ideas to get you inspired. No allen key required!
217711458ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
802
  
11/6/2015
Susanna Carson is an entrepreneur building her personal and corporate legacy through the business of sustainable/compostable packaging. She is the founder and CEO of BSI Biodegradable Solutions and Besics Packaging Corporation.
217712251ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
804
  
11/6/2015
Tammy Ayers is the Manager, Global Materials Chemistry Strategy & Practice at Steelcase. She leads efforts to establish strategies for understanding the human and environmental impacts of product and process materials.
217712263ConferencesSolid Waste
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
808
  
11/6/2015
Wayne H. Davis is a Co-Founder of Harvest Power Inc. Through its Harvest Fraser Richmond Organics and Urban Woodwaste units, Harvest recycles Lower Mainland organic wastes, producing nutrient-rich soil, compost products, and renewable power.
217712393Conferences
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
176
  
6/30/2015
Experts from Denmark, Metro Vancouver, and coastal BC jurisdictions explain how they work across government, private, and non-profit sectors to manage solid waste with a focus on prevention, reduction and recycling. June 26, 2015 at SFU Wosk Centre.
219032689Dialogues and Breakfasts
2015
140
  
2/8/2017
Metro Vancouver Chair Moore discusses the importance of interconnected urban centres and the role of local governments to facilitate dialogue between citizens and institutions in support of a sustainable and prosperous economy. He also speaks to how regional collaboration is driving change in the Regional Prosperity Initiative, Metro 2040, the Industrial Lands Strategy, Affordable Rental Housing Strategy and the National Zero Waste Council. Feb 8, 2017 - Greater Vancouver Board of Trade
219239720Dialogues and BreakfastsRegional Growth
vbot, gvbot
2017
87
  
12/13/2013
The Flame 2013 Beverley Elliott
218428415Dialogues and Breakfasts
2013
812
  
11/6/2015
William McDonough charts the course of the next industrial revolution. From urging businesses to embrace design to focusing on values-based innovation and waste as a resource, McDonough sets out principles for a waste-free world.
217711730Conferences
ZWC, zero waste conference, 2015
2015
38
  
12/18/2013
The holiday season is here, which for many means special moments with friends and family. Join us to hear one of Metro Vancouver’s premiere storytellers, Beverley Elliott at a December 12, 2013 Sustainability Breakfast event.
218443063Dialogues and Breakfasts
2013
39
  
12/18/2013
The holiday season is here, which for many means special moments with friends and family. Join us to hear one of Metro Vancouver’s premiere storytellers, Jacques Lalonde at a December 12, 2013 Sustainability Breakfast event.
218443108Dialogues and Breakfasts
2013
114
  
7/3/2012
New research suggests that people in Metro Vancouver are feeling isolated and disconnected. This Dialogue looks at factors such as demographics, technology, and land use, examining how they can fracture communities, or bring neighbourhoods together.
217460618Dialogues and BreakfastsEducation and Relationship Building
2012
139
  
2/8/2017
Journalist Frances Bula moderates the Q & A after Metro Vancouver Chair Moore's annual address to the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade. The discussion covered density and meeting Metro 2040 growth targets, pressure on industrial lands, affordability, community engagement and local governance. Feb 8 2017: Regional Prosperity, Interconnected Urban Centres, Driving Change.
219239428Dialogues and BreakfastsRegional Growth
vbot, gvbot
2017
767
  
9/22/2014
Advancing Waste Prevention Nationally, the National Zero Waste Council is a cross-sector leadership initiative bringing together governments, businesses and non-government organizations to advance a waste prevention agenda in Canada. Members discuss priority projects and initiatives underway. Malcolm Brodie, Chair, National Zero Waste Council David Hocking, National Communications Campaign Working Group Co-lead, and Corporate Communications Division Manager, External Relations Department, Metro Vancouver Shelley Carroll, Food Working Group Co-lead, and City Councillor - Ward 33, City of Toronto Brock Macdonald, Circular Economy Working Group Co-lead, and Chief Executive Officer, Recycling Council of BC Alan Blake, Product Design and Packaging Working Co-lead, and Executive Director, PAC NEXT
217719458ConferencesSolid Waste
2014
773
  
9/22/2014
A significant volume of plastic is recovered and recycled every year – but the vast majority still remains in the garbage, or becomes litter in our communities and a toxic health hazard in our waterways. A panel of industry leaders discuss how can we re-design our systems to avoid creating excess materials in the first place, how to best harness plastics from a waste and business perspective - including increasing its recovery and recyclability, the innovations in material design, the benefits, limitations and implications of using bioplastics, and options to address non-recyclable and non-compostable plastic packaging materials. Moderated by Christina Seidel, Recycling Council of Alberta with panelists Mike Biddle, MBA Polymers Inc., Toby Reid, Solegear Bioplastics Inc., Germain Archambault, Le Group Lavergne Inc.
217719788ConferencesSolid Waste
2014
776
  
9/22/2014
Bridgett Luther, President, Cradle-to-Cradle Products Innovation Institute describes their certification process, which guides continual improvement towards products that are made with materials that are safe for humans and the environment, designed so all ingredients can be reused safely by nature or industry, assembled and manufactured with renewable, non polluting energy, made in ways that protect and enrich water supplies, and made in ways that advance social and environmental justice.
217718443ConferencesSolid Waste
2014
780
  
9/22/2014
Mark Trotzuk, President of Boardroom Eco Apparel speaks to his company's journey in adopting a more sustainable approach to garment manufacturing and extended producer responsibility for the corporate promotional industry and uniforms fashion market.
217719027Conferences
fashion
2014
747
  
3/31/2011
Executive Director of United We Can, a non profit and social enterprise and charity in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
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2011
484
  
9/21/2012
Director Greg Moore describes the National Zero Waste Council. Governments, businesses, and NGOs joining forces to advance a national waste prevention and reduction agenda in Canada.
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2012
483
  
9/20/2012
Cara Pike Presentation
217630095ConferencesLiquid Waste; Solid Waste
2012
482
  
9/20/2012
The Cradle to Cradle Certified program is a third party eco-label administered by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute. Presented by Bridgett Luther, President of the Institute.
217629999ConferencesLiquid Waste; Solid Waste
2012
383
  
10/3/2011
Subject matter experts at a 2011 IRBC workshop discuss the future energy systems cities can utilize to reduce their reliance on centrialized, fossil-fuel generated energy.
216933240Conferences
2011
382
  
10/4/2011
Lois E. Jackson, Chair, Metro Vancouver Board of Directors and Bill Stafford, Senior Advisor, Trade Development Alliance of Seattle. Delegates are welcomed to the IRBC Conference, September 20, 2011.
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2011
380
  
9/26/2011
Len Stein, President, BC Water and Waste Association and Director, Utility Operations, City of Abbotsford
216648084Conferences
2011
378
  
9/26/2011
Anna Lundgren, Secretary General, Council for the Stockholm Malar region
216648311Conferences
2011
381
  
9/26/2011
Tim Stevenson, Councillor, City of Vancouver and Director, Metro Vancouver Board of Directors
216648516Conferences
2011
379
  
9/26/2011
Dr. Stewart J. Cohen, Adaptation and Impacts Research Division (AIRD), Environment Canada; Adjunct Professor, Department of Forest Resources Management, University of British Columbia
216647711Conferences
2011
376
  
9/26/2011
Yuan Jianning, Vice-President, Dongda Group, Dalian, China
216647503Conferences
2011
377
  
9/26/2011
IRBC Waste Panel discussion including questions and answers
216646378Conferences
2011
375
  
9/26/2011
Reetta Anderson, Development Engineer, Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority
216646499Conferences
2011
373
  
9/26/2011
Greg Moore, Mayor, City of Port Coquitlam, and Director, Metro Vancouver Board of Directors
216647083Conferences
2011
374
  
9/26/2011
Karin Pettersson, Development Engineer, Vafab Miljö Ltd.
216646840Conferences
2011
366
  
10/4/2011
Pekka Sauri, Deputy Mayor (Environmental Affairs), City of Helsinki
216931148Conferences
2011
365
  
10/4/2011
Soichiro Takashima, Mayor, Fukuoka City Government
216930966Conferences
2011
364
  
10/4/2011
Derek Corrigan, Mayor, City of Burnaby, and Director, Metro Vancouver Board of Directors reflects on the policial challenges and opportunities shaping the sustainable development of the Metro Vancouver region
216948002Conferences
2011
362
  
10/4/2011
Helene Hellmark Knutsson, Chair of the Council for the Stockholm Malar region and Commissioner and Leader of the Opposition in the Stockholm County Council
216931366Conferences
2011
363
  
10/4/2011
Lord Mayor Andrew Montague, City of Dublin presents by video conference
216947831Conferences
2011
361
  
10/4/2011
Keynote Conversation: A Perspective of Future Cities presented by Dr. Toshiyasu Noda, Director, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, UN-HABITAT and Visiting Professor, Kyushu University, Japan
216938171Conferences
2011
360
  
9/30/2011
Bing Thom, Principal & Creative Director, Bing Thom Architects
216790243Conferences
2011
359
  
9/23/2011
Question and Answer period following speakers' presentations for the IRBC Energy Panel
216645946Conferences
2011
358
  
9/27/2011
Tom Ranken, President and CEO, Washington Clean Technology Alliance (WCTA)
216785239Conferences
2011
354
  
9/26/2011
Joan Marull, Director of Sustainability and Satellite Studies, Institut d'Estudis Regionals i Metropolitans de Barcelona
216643932Conferences
2011
353
  
9/23/2011
Hiroto Yasuura, Executive Vice-President, Professor, Kyushu University, Fukuoka
216640060Conferences
2011
352
  
10/3/2011
Benita Vikstrom, Regional Association of the County of Sormland, former Mayor of Oxelosund, Stockholm
216640360Conferences
2011
351
  
9/23/2011
An overview of the City of North Vancouver Lonsdale Energy Corporation is presented by Mayor Darrell Mussatto
216645857Conferences
2011
338
  
4/24/2014
April 23, 2014 the Greater Vancouver Regional Steering Committee on Homelessness held a press conference at Metro Vancouver to release preliminary results of the Regional Homeless Count.
218576825Conferences
homeless, homelessness
2014
303
  
6/3/2013
This introduction to Metro Vancouver paints a picture of a dynamic region; a hub of innovation across different sectors told in the words of influential business and cultural leaders.
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2013, Andrew Petter, Bing Thom, conferences, fcm, Mary Jordan, Michael Audain, Queenie Choo, S.U.C.C.E.S.S., SFU, success, Vij's, Vikram Vij, yvr
2013
253
  
6/12/2012
With sustainable practices now an expectation in the marketplace, companies need information on eco-friendly business practices. At the Epic 2012 Sustainable living Expo, Metro Vancouver shared a 'buy smarter' approach to home and business waste.
217458668Conferences
2012
31
  
6/28/2011
A panel of well-known community leaders offer their perspectives on sustainability at the opening of the 2011 Sustainability Congress in Vancouver
216459885Conferences
2011
34
  
11/20/2012
The clock is ticking. The teams are facing tough choices. Radical ideas, paradigm shifts, and even questioning the rationale of the challenge itself are coming into play, but they must choose a design concept and stick to it if they hope to succeed.
217639123Conferences
2012
36
  
11/20/2012
It's a last minute flurry as the teams finalize their presentations. The five hours are up and it's show time! The ideas are innovative. The designs are revolutionary. The materials -- unorthodox. But they'll still have to wow the judges to win.
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2012
35
  
11/20/2012
Less than two hours to go. The teams are refining their ideas and assessing important variables such as price point, branding, and business model. But which design will tackle the policy aspect judges say will be a key factor for winning their vote?
217637672Conferences
2012
183
  
10/3/2011
Derek Corrigan, Mayor, City of Burnaby, and Director, Metro Vancouver Board along with Pekka Sauri, Deputy Mayor (Environmental Affairs), City of Helsinki provide closing remarks to IRBC 2011
216789486Conferences
2011
30
  
6/28/2011
The 2011 Sustainability Congress featured community leaders and the public considering the future of our region. Discover the issues they identified and then check out all the 2011 Sustainability Congress videos for complete event coverage.
216458507Conferences
2011
29
  
6/27/2011
Kicking off the 2011 Sustainability Congress, a panel of leading British Columbians tell the audience what they consider the most urgent priorities for the region. A indispensable look at issues which must be considered to ensure a healthy future.
216458999ConferencesEducation and Relationship Building
2011
28
  
6/28/2011
Metro Vancouver CAO Johnny Carline reflects on the panelists discussion at the 2011 Sustainability Congress
216458940Conferences
2011
27
  
6/28/2011
Metro Vancouver Chair Lois Jackson welcomes people to the 2011 Sustainability Congress and introduces the community leaders participating in the panel discussion.
216458699Conferences
2011
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6/28/2011
Panel moderator Vaughn Palmer introduces the panelists at the 2011 Sustainability Congress in Vancouver. Find out what each panelist considers the key issues facing our region as we work towards creating a sustainable local environment.
216458792ConferencesEducation and Relationship Building
2011
25
  
10/4/2011
Liveable city advisor and social marketing strategist Gil Penalosa's opening keynote address to participants attending the 2011 IRBC conference in Metro Vancouver.
216930115Conferences
2011
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