VCH’s intention is to leverage the value of this property to replace the George Pearson Centre and add residential care capacity throughout the health authority. The VCH led development team say they will plan with integrity and transparency, allowing stakeholder needs to help shape a new neighbourhood where healthy living is a community priority.
Go with family and/or friends! Culture Days is a great way to experience and learn something new with those close to you!
Barbers Iveta Markova, left, and Anna Kovalcikova-Mihalik in their shop in the Marine Building on Monday. They raise money for a different charity every year, raising more than $30,000 in 2011.
The Canada Line is the easiest way to travel between Culture Days activities from YVR and Richmond to downtown Vancouver. There are currently 11 art installations in the Canada Line Public Art Program at 8 stations from Marine Drive to Waterfront. We invite you to get off the train and go above ground to enjoy the diverse works in our public art program, from works by emerging artist from local universities & colleges to significant pieces by renowned international artists!
Whether you ride The Canada Line for an hour every day or just once in a while, one thing’s for certain: practically everyone has experienced this newest addition to the Lower Mainland’s transit network! The Canada Line whips through Richmond and Vancouver and connects to YVR International Airport, transporting over a hundred thousand people everyday to work, school, concerts, lunch dates, the airport and countless other daily activities. The Canada Line has become an essential part of people’s lives; the passengers and neighbourhoods through which she travels make up the unique characteristics that define life on The Canada Line.