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The city of Vancouver has created a recreational waterway survey concerning non-motorized boating. If you use Vancouver waterways, e.g., English Bay or Coal Harbour, I encourage you to complete the survey. The survey will be open until August 14, 2017. Information from the City of Vancouver:
The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation is developing a Waterway Recreation Strategy, to guide future planning relating to non-motorized boating activities, existing facilities and emerging waterfront opportunities for the next 10 years. Non-motorized boating activities include things like: canoeing, dragon boating, rowing, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding.
We want to better understand:
- What you value about Vancouver’s waterways;
- What activities you are doing and how often;
- What facilities, beaches and waterways are you using or would like to be using;
- Any barriers to participation;
- Your needs and challenges; and,
- Your priorities for improvement.
Share your thoughts on non-motorized boating and Vancouver’s waterways and facilities! Your feedback will help us as we develop preliminary recommendations to improve opportunities for, and the experience of non-motorized boating in Vancouver, while protecting and preserving our waterways.
Click here to start the survey.
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https://www.talkvancouver.com/<wbr />R.aspx?r=<wbr />Hl9Bg2M3si1VO2KF98sa1k&m=<wbr />600000268
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