The federal government is inviting the City of Vancouver to apply for up to $20 million in funding for natural infrastructure projects to support the city’s strategy to capture and clean rainfall with natural solutions.
Vancouver’s Rain City Strategy aims to capture and clean 90 per cent of its annual rainfalls associate medical officer of health, said in a statement., or 48 millimetres on average per day, by 2050, making use of natural infrastructure, such as absorbent landscaping:1620041926894,, tree trenches, and green roofs to prevent urban flooding and improve water quality.
Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna made the announcement Monday morning at Hinge Park in Olympic Village with National Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan and Mayor Kennedy StewartThe crowd, dozens of protesters scattered to create mayhem dow.
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