Coyote Alert – in Burrardview Park

A lone aggressive coyote visited the neighbourhood at Burrardview Park this Wednesday morning. After its human harassment, the coyote left the park and trolled along Trninity Street. Please keep your small pets safe and indoors for the time being. Today’s coyote visit occurred at 8.00 am(ish), well within daylight. Any coyote that poses a threat […]

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New Brighton Park Dog Area Proposal

The City of Vancouver and Port Metro Vancouver are engaging residents and dog owners on the proposals of off leashed dog areas within New Brighton Park. As the preliminary plan moves ahead, its been recognized that dog conflicts with the proposed salt marsh area may cause fright to wildlife. In a effort to eliminate such […]

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New Brighton Park Salt Marsh Project Input & Feedback

Public Consultation Period Extended – New Feedback Form Link The email sent on November 13, 2015 regarding the New Brighton Park Shoreline Habitat Restoration Project provided an incorrect link for the online feedback form. The link below has been corrected and we apologize for the inconvenience. The Preliminary Design Public Consultation period has been extended […]

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Decision regarding Columbia Containers Permit Application

Recently received letter from Port Metro Vancouver regarding Columbia Container’s Permit Application. The application is to allow for expansion of the current facility as well, increases regarding elevator heights, silos and more. Please click on the link below to view the letter to the Burrardview Community Association. http://burrardview.ca/site/wp-content/uploads/2015-10-06-Ltr-to-BCA-lcgt.pdf

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Prowler within Neighbourhood

Last night, there was an attempted break and enter to a house along 2400 block Wall street. Tonight (Tue, Oct 6) a prowler was scared away from a house in the 2500 block Yale street. There is someone around the neighbourhood who is up to no good. Please be alert and call the police if you […]

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Free firewood from recent downed tree’s

at Burrardview Park (west of clubhouse) City work crews have dropped off a significant amount of tree branches, limbs and trunk pieces for residents to use as firewood. This wood is from the large silver maples that blew over in the wind storm along Oxford and Cambridge Streets. Residents are encouraged to take the wood. […]

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New Brighton Park Shoreline Habitat Restoration Project

Invitation to Participate in Public Consultation Port Metro Vancouver and the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation New Brighton Park Shoreline Habitat Restoration Project Conceptual Design Public Consultation: August 26 – September 9, 2015 Port Metro Vancouver and the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation invite you to participate in a public engagement event on […]

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Wanted: Wall Street Gardening Help

Dear Neighbours and Friends, I am looking for gardeners on Wall Street. For the past two decades,  I have cared for the gardens at the traffic circle and meditation park ( both at the corner of Wall and Nanaimo Streets). Now because of age, my knees are giving out. It’s time for me to hand […]

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First Flight Attempt

The little hummingbird chick made a first effort at flight yesterday (March 28th).  It was Saturday morning when we were around because we got some footage and gave a bit of assistance.  We have created a new video/slideshow showing yesterday’s adventure and some earlier shots.  Hope you enjoy!     click here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBiDI6KxQXc   We […]

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