Monthly Archives: August 2011

Rally against oil tanker traffic and pipeline expansion in Burrard Inlet (Aug 27-2011)

The health of the waterways in Metro Vancouver could be catastrophically affected by a large oil spill in the future. People have started to notice the recent increase in oil tanker traffic passing under the Lions Gate Bridge and Second … Continue reading

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Five minute summary of what’s wrong with the RGS

During the debate on the Regional Growth Strategy at the City of Vancouver, Councillor David Cadman eloquently summarized the key shortcomings of the RGS in five minutes and compared it to the LRSP (Livable Region Strategic Plan). Councillor Cadman’s closing … Continue reading

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Heads up: Metro Vancouver “Ecological Health Action Plan” (EHAP), public input needed now

MetroVanWatch has learned that Metro Vancouver is seeking input on its draft “Ecological Health Action Plan” (EHAP), through an open house on August 9, a webinar on August 11, and written input. What is “ecological health,” why is it important, … Continue reading

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