Mimicking nature is the big idea behind rainwater collection on Burke Mountain. To protect the health of streams, the design works to put water where it needs to go. See how a flexible design slows down the water to prevent stream damage.
Improved walking and cycling paths in Port Coquitlam brings benefits to the community, including improved health and opportunities to support local business. Learn how the municipality is rolling out a host of new and upgraded facilities in the city.
Burnaby celebrated Canadian Environment Week with a festival focused on sustainability topics. From wildlife protection to waste management, see how this week-long event helped residents learn how they can help protect the local environment.
The Burke Mountain area is expected to accommodate a quarter of Coquitlam’s growth in the coming decade. See how the city is working to create a plan that makes it easier for residents to live, work, and play – without having to rely on automobiles.
See how planning for compact neighbourhoods in Coquitlam’s Burke Mountain area brings opportunities to support the local economy. Discover the multi-generational appeal of Port Moody’s Fingerling Festival. Learn why sidewalks can play a role in better health in Port Coquitlam and find out why the City of Burnaby’s Environment Festival delivers an educational message about the impact of human activity in our natural spaces.
Sparkling lights and candlelit paths welcome you to the park at night. See a live owl, join a drumming circle and more. Free drop in Saturday Aug 16 from 7:30 – 10pm at Deas Island Regional Park, Delta. Allow 1 hr to complete the walk.
Gaze at the night sky through telescopes, meet astronomers and walk lantern-lit trails. Enjoy crafts, music and entertainment. Drop in $2, Saturday Aug 9 from 8 – 11pm at Aldergrove Regional Park. Overnight camping available.