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We are walking because we want to show our commitment to the reconciliation movement.Together we are creating a vibrant Canada where all peoples achieve their full potential and shared prosperity.Join and support the spirit of ‘Namwayut - We are all one. On behalf of our 57 member organizations, representing over 700,000 people across British Columbia, Metro Vancouver Alliance congratulates John Horgan, Andrew Weaver, and the BC NDP and BC Green Party caucuses on the historic agreement they reached this week. Regardless of who wins the upcoming provincial election, MVA looks forward to working together with the provincial party leaders to strengthen healthcare in BC.MVA also calls on Christy Clark to convene the Legislature without delay, so that all the parties can begin to work together for the betterment of the province. At MVA's Provincial Accountability Assembly earlier this month, MVA delegates asked John Horgan and Andrew Weaver to build a strong foundation for healthcare in BC by improving access to and funding for primary health care facilities. Over 800 enthusiastic delegates from MVA’s 57 member organizations, joined by dozens of invited community leaders, politicians, guests and observers packed the Italian Cultural Centre in Vancouver earlier this month. Over 800 enthusiastic delegates from MVA’s 57 member organizations, joined by dozens of invited community leaders, politicians, guests and observers packed the Italian Cultural Centre in Vancouver on April 4, 2017.We asked lots of questions and found out that there are 2,000km of sidewalks in the City of Vancouver.Each year the sidewalk is audited at least once, and if it is in need of repair, it will be fixed within 7 days.We used the MVA network and partnered with the youth from South Van Neighbourhood house.
The South Vancouver cluster is made up of MVA member institutions in the neighbourhood - St.
Eric Mital and Michael Irwin, Asset Managers met with us at South Van Neighbourhood House to review our report and explain how sidewalks were maintained.