This post focuses on the history of colonial settlement of Vancouver, however we respectfully acknowledge that Vancouver is part of the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.
What's with all those the colourful, Lego-like containers that have been chugging through Strathcona on the Burrard Inlet Line since the beginning of 2017?
May 25, 2018
RE: Noise complaint by the Strathcona Residents Association re: Burrard Inlet Rail Line
If you ride the #22 bus, you've probably noticed how unreliable it's been since January 2017. Several times a day, our dear #22 is held up by trains that block Venables Street.
If a train is stopped or shunting for more than 5 minutes at a time, and is blocking a road that someone is waiting to cross, it is against federal regulations and you can report it.
Is there finally a solution to the intractable arterial debate? Richard Taplin’s presentation at the September meeting has been turned into a comprehensive report that details all the many downsides of the William.
From: Strathcona Residents Association <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: July 15, 2018 3:59 PM
In response to our recent letter requesting a Provincial Environmental Assessment for the Centerm Port Expansion, we recieved the following reply from Minister of the Environment George Heyman.
Re: Request for a Provincial Environmental Assessment of the Centerm Expansion Project under the Reviewable Projects Regulation
The Environmental Assessment Office sends an update letter to the SRA regarding the Vancouver Port Authority's (VRPA) Project and Environmental Review (PER) .
Response to SRA letter to Kevin Jardine sent September 26th, 2017.
Re: Provincial Environmental Assessment requested for the Centerm Expansion Project
Comments on proposed Centerm Expansion Project