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BC Arts CouncilBC Arts CouncilThe British Columbia Arts Council is an independent agency that supports arts and cultural activity in communities across British Columbia. From professional dance companies, to art galleries, local museums and music festivals – the Council works to enrich the lives of British Columbians in virtually every community in the province.http://www.bcartscouncil.ca/, http://www.bcartscouncil.ca/
Bowen Island MunicipalityBowen Island MunicipalityBowen Island Municipality works towards conducting operations in a way that improves the economic, environmental and social well-being for present and future generations, encourages and fosters community involvement, enhances the small, friendly, caring character of the community, maintains an open, accountable and effective operation and preserves and enhances the unique mix of natural ecosystems and green spaces that Bowen Island possesses. http://www.bimbc.ca/, http://www.bimbc.ca/
Canadian Council for the ArtsCanadian Council for the ArtsThe Canada Council for the Arts is Canada’s national, arm’s-length arts funding agency. Our main areas of activity are: Grants: We provide funding to individual professional artists and arts organizations through a peer assessment process. Endowments and Prizes: Each year we award fellowships and prizes to some 200 artists and scholars. Research, communications and arts promotion activities also further our mandate to support, promote and celebrate the arts. http://www.canadacouncil.ca/, http://www.canadacouncil.ca/
City White RockCity White RockThe Goals of White Rock Leisure Services are to to foster a sense of community identity, pride, spirit and culture; and to to foster better citizens - socially, physically and emotionally. Leisure Services meets these goals through the provision of recreation programs, community development services, and community special events.http://www.city.whiterock.bc.ca/2005Leisure-Services/Leisure-Services.html, http://www.city.whiterock.bc.ca/2005Leisure-Services/Leisure-Services.html
City of BurnabyCity of BurnabyOur message is simple: “Look into the arts.” Please consider it an invitation to explore the wealth of classes, workshops, exhibits, performances and special events. Yet those words are also a call to awaken the artist within us all. When we look inside ourselves, we find an imaginative, joyous, endlessly playful part of ourselves, eager for creative expression through movement, music drama and the visual, ceramic and literary arts.http://www.burnaby.ca/Things-To-Do/Festivals-and-Events.html, http://www.burnaby.ca/Things-To-Do/Festivals-and-Events.html
City of CoquitlamCity of CoquitlamExperience Coquitlam's rich history and growing arts and cultural community at the Evergreen Cultural Centre, Place Maillardville, Mackin House, Place des Arts and other cultural sites in the area.http://www.coquitlam.ca/Residents/Recreation+and+Community/Arts+and+Culture/default.htm, http://www.coquitlam.ca/Residents/Recreation+and+Community/Arts+and+Culture/default.htm
City of LangleyCity of LangleyYou know that they say about all work and no play… The City of Langley strives to support our community in recreational pursuits, making us all happier, healthier people. Discover what programs and facilities we have to help you reach your fitness and recreation goals. Come play with us!http://www.city.langley.bc.ca/recreation.htm, http://www.city.langley.bc.ca/recreation.htm
City of Maple RidgeCity of Maple RidgeThe Arts Centre & Theatre serves as a gathering place for artists and community, a place where creativity is celebrated and nurtured. This downtown centre unites the many diverse aspects of these communities; providing a home for the rich history of local art, a showcase for first class entertainment, and a superb facility for business development. The Arts Centre & Theatre facilities are available for rental. Entertainers, artists and performers will be overwhelmed by the impressive variety of professional amenities.http://www.mapleridge.ca/321/Attractions, http://www.mapleridge.ca/321/Attractions
City of New WestminsterCity of New WestminsterThe history of New Westminster Parks & Recreation Services had its beginnings in 1861. Today New Westminster is recognized throughout Canada and the United States for its creative customer focused approach to the provision of leisure services and as a flexible, innovative and diverse Department, which contributes in an essential way to the quality of life of City residents.http://www.newwestpcr.ca/, http://www.newwestpcr.ca/
City of North VancouverCity of North VancouverThe City has long considered arts and culture a priority in considering the lifestyle and well-being of the community. By providing opportunities to participate in creative or cultural activities, the City promotes a positive environment for the community to interact, contributing significantly to our sense of community and quality of life.http://www.cnv.org/Parks-Recreation-and-Culture/Arts-and-Culture, http://www.cnv.org/Parks-Recreation-and-Culture/Arts-and-Culture
City of Pitt MeadowsCity of Pitt MeadowsThe City of Pitt Meadows has a joint services agreement with Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows Parks and Leisure Services which serves both communities by providing staff, leadership and facilities for a variety of recreational activities. The ACT-Ridge Meadows Arts Centre & Theatre located in Maple Ridge offers a variety of activities throughout the year including live music, theatre and comedy to classes, workshops and events. Heritage information for the City can be found at the Pitt Meadows Museum.http://www.pittmeadows.bc.ca/EN/main/residents/742.html, http://www.pittmeadows.bc.ca/EN/main/residents/742.html
City of Port CoquitlamCity of Port CoquitlamLeigh Square Community Arts Village serves as a hub to build understanding and connections amongst individuals and organizations. The Society plays a role in realizing these goals by actively supporting and shaping the programs, events, and services at Leigh Square and city wide initiatives.http://www.portcoquitlam.ca/Recreation_and_Culture.htm, http://www.portcoquitlam.ca/Recreation_and_Culture.htm
City of Port MoodyCity of Port MoodyIn Port Moody, art is accessible. Free, ever-changing gallery exhibitions, and permanent public art pieces that enhance a trip to the local park are just two ways to explore Port Moody’s creative offerings.http://www.portmoody.ca/index.aspx?page=738, http://www.portmoody.ca/index.aspx?page=738
City of RichmondCity of RichmondIn Richmond the City works in partnership with local artists, cultural organizations, and local residents to help sustain and develop cultural and artistic heritage, traditions, skills, and individual expression.http://www.richmond.ca/culture/overview.htm, http://www.richmond.ca/culture/overview.htm
City of SurreyCity of SurreySurrey is home to a thriving digital arts community, arts centre, children's festival, public art program, and more...http://www.surrey.ca/culture-recreation/1517.aspx, http://www.surrey.ca/culture-recreation/1517.aspx
City of VancouverCity of VancouverThe vibrancy of Vancouver's arts and culture scene is a priceless benefit to its citizens and visitors. In 2008, City Council affirmed it's commitment to a diverse and healthy creative sector through the adoption of the Cultural Plan for Vancouver 2008 - 2018.http://vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/arts-and-culture.aspx, http://vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/arts-and-culture.aspx
Corporation of DeltaCorporation of DeltaWhether you're looking for an opportunity for creativity or fun social time, we've got art, drama, and music programs for all ages. See the Leisure Guide for information about arts programs. Or contact Delta Arts Council, a volunteer-based organization whose purpose is to stimulate and promote arts activities in Delta.http://www.delta.ca/EN/main/residents/recreation_and_parks_services/programs/arts_and_culture_programs.html, http://www.delta.ca/EN/main/residents/recreation_and_parks_services/programs/arts_and_culture_programs.html
District of North VancouverDistrict of North VancouverPainting, hiking, soccer, dance ... the North Vancouver Recreation Commission offers more than 2000 programs through 15 Recreation Centres and other facilities in the District and City. From sports and leisure to arts and culture, the recCommission supports over 200 cultural, recreation, sport and community groups who, in turn, provide the majority of recreational opportunities in North Vancouver.http://www.dnv.org/article.asp?c=188, http://www.dnv.org/article.asp?c=188
District of West VancouverDistrict of West VancouverThe District of West Vancouver is dedicated to cultivating and presenting artistic talent within the community, with programs designed to encourage participation from people of all ages, and by hosting events all year round to showcase art, theatre, music and literature.http://westvancouver.ca/arts-culture, http://westvancouver.ca/arts-culture
Metro VancouverMetro VancouverMetro Vancouver delivers regional services, planning and political leadership on behalf of 24 local authorities. Metro Vancouver has a vision to achieve what humanity aspires to on a global basis – the highest quality of life embracing cultural vitality, economic prosperity, social justice and compassion, all nurtured in and by a beautiful and healthy natural environment. http://www.metrovancouver.org/about/Pages/default.aspx, http://www.metrovancouver.org/about/Pages/default.aspx
Ministry of HeritageMinistry of HeritageCanadian Heritage and Canada’s major national cultural institutions play a vital role in the cultural, civic and economic life of Canadians. Our mandate and priorities are centered around culture, identity and sport. We deliver policies and programs related to broadcasting and interactive media, arts and cultural industries, heritage objects and spaces, official languages, citizenship participation and identity, human rights, Aboriginal Peoples, youth and sport initiatives, as well as national ceremonies and symbolshttp://www.pch.gc.ca/eng/1266247278907, http://www.pch.gc.ca/eng/1266247278907
North Vancouver Recreation & CultureNorth Vancouver Recreation & CultureThe North Vancouver Recreation & Culture Commission (NVRC) is a bi-municipal organization created to deliver the City and District of North Vancouver’s culture and recreation programs and services. NVRC services include: the provision of quality recreation and arts experiences; operation of community recreation facilities; capacity building of arts and recreation organizations; cultural and recreation planning services; management of public art programs; and oversight of grants programs.http://www.artsoffice.ca/, http://www.artsoffice.ca/
Township of LangleyTownship of LangleyWith an abundance of parks, trails, playing fields, green space, recreation centres, and arenas located throughout the community, it is easy for everyone to get active and have fun, indoors or out, all year round. From swimming lessons and fitness classes to educational courses and outdoor adventures, the Recreation, Culture, and Parks Division offers something for people of all ages, interests, and abilities.http://www.tol.ca/ParksRecreation/Overview.aspx, http://www.tol.ca/ParksRecreation/Overview.aspx
Tsawwassen First NationTsawwassen First NationFirst Nations Cultural Society The society is a registered non-profit organization of Tsawwassen First Nation. The Chief and Council are the board of directors. The society promotes cultural and educational activitieshttp://tsawwassenfirstnation.com/general-info/event-calendar/, http://tsawwassenfirstnation.com/general-info/event-calendar/
Village of AnmoreVillage of AnmoreThe Village of Anmore, incorporated on December 7th, 1987, is a semi-rural residential community situated North of Port Moody in the Northeast Sector of Metro Vancouver Regional District. Growth has been steady since incorporation and the current population is 2,160 (approximate).http://www.anmore.com/, http://www.anmore.com
Village of BelcarraVillage of BelcarraThe Village of Belcarra, incorporated on August 22nd, 1979, is a rural residential community situated on the east side of Indian Arm (see map and arial photo below) in the Northeast Sector of the Metro Vancouver, Belcarra is surrounded by mountains, forest (Belcarra Regional Park) and a majestic deep-water fjord (Indian Arm). Belcarra is located 28 kilometers (18 miles) from downtown Vancouver, with a travel time by car of 45 minutes. Vancouver International Airport is within 35 kilometers (22 miles), with a travel time under 60 minutes.http://www.belcarra.ca/vob-crab.htm, http://www.belcarra.ca/vob-crab.htm
Village of Lions BayVillage of Lions BayLions Bay residents value this community as a peaceful, close-knit village, deeply connected to the natural West Coast environment, yet close to a major metropolitan area. The community has a strong sense of self-governance while desiring to stay connected to neighbours and partners in the region. Lions Bay highly values our unique sense of place as we acknowledge our respect for the natural environment.http://www.lionsbay.ca/, http://www.lionsbay.ca