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  1. Saanich Moves Forward with Active Transportation Plan
    The plan will guide the District's investments in active transportation over the next 30 years, including improvements to pedestrian, cycling and trail networks.

    June 20, 2018
  2. Surrey Arts Centre First in BC to Receive Gold Designation from Rick Hansen Foundation
    The RHF rating system, which was designed to bring a national accessibility standard to Canada, is used to determine the accessibility of commercial, institutional and multi-family residential buildings.

    June 19, 2018
  3. Prince George Pilot Project Helping to Improve Downtown Safety, Cleanliness
    Last month, two new City employees began working downtown to assist with public safety, cleanliness, and security in the area. The Bylaw Compliance Assistants are responsible for proactively monitoring and responding to concerns of downtown safety and cleanliness, such as homeless camps.

    June 18, 2018
  4. Five Capital Region Municipalities Unanimous on Plan for West Shore Parks & Recreation
    The plan stems from a thorough and ongoing review of the Society's facilities, operations, and programs, which Colwood, Highlands, Langford, Metchosin and View Royal Councils have unanimously agreed to undertake.

    June 18, 2018
  5. City of Merritt and Surrounding Bands Striving to Strengthen their Connections
    For the first time, the surrounding bands met with the City Council of Merritt for a community to community feast and roundtable. With a primary goal of strengthening the connections with one another, this historical moment was shared with good conversation, good laughs and of course good food.

    June 18, 2018
  6. Township of Langley Updates Open Data Portal
    The portal makes a wide assortment of data available to the public on everything from property assessments and business licenses, to municipal water systems and conservation areas.

    June 15, 2018
  7. New Bylaw Protects Valuable Township of Langley Heritage Sites
    Township of Langley Council has given three readings to a Heritage Property Maintenance Standards Bylaw that establishes minimum requirements for the care and maintenance of designated heritage properties.

    June 14, 2018
  8. Who Ya Gonna Call? Campbell River Launches How-To Video Series on Reporting Problems
    From bylaw infractions and broken streetlights to trouble with roads, parks, water, sewer storm drains, or even a lost or problem dog, a new video series shows people where to direct calls, according to the type of concern.

    June 14, 2018
  9. New Westminster to Pursue Two Design Options for Future Aquatics and Community Centre
    City staff will explore design options for a community recreation facility based on the initial proposed solution, as well for a facility with enhanced competition hosting capabilities.

    June 14, 2018
  10. Province's Expanded Toolkit Supports Making Local Roads Safer
    Geared to municipalities interested in enhancing road safety when upgrading infrastructure, the toolkit explores such design options as raised crossings, off-street pedestrian and bicycle paths, safe parking lot designs, and pedestrian scrambles, which are intersections where traffic in all directions stops to allow pedestrians to cross the intersection in any direction at one time.

    June 11, 2018
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