Metro Vancouver returns to the Pacific Nation Exhibition from August 20 to September 5!
Swing by Metro Vancouver’s exhibition at the PNE this summer to get hands on with the services and solutions that are making this region one of the most livable in the world. Be wowed by pieces of our gigantic infrastructure, take a peek at a real dive suit used to maintain the sewer mains underneath the Burrard Inlet and Fraser River, see technology that helps monitor the region’s air quality, and enjoy a family-friendly show on the Metro Vancouver stage, featuring entertainers and performers throughout each day as well as an Indigenous Performers Spotlight.
The moments you share with your friends and family at the Metro Vancouver exhibit will help you feel closer to our beautiful region, and leave you with fun facts on how Metro Vancouver’s vast infrastructure, regional parks, and other initiatives help make our region one of the most livable in the world.
Where to Find Us:
East of the the Forum building.
What Else You’ll Experience:
- Regional Parks: Be drawn in to this eye-catching custom designed pop-up park where you can chat with a park interpreter and learn about the different plant and animal species in our region.
- Solid Waste Services: Show off how you reduce single-use waste at the “What’s Your Superhabit?” photo station and test your knowledge of what can and can’t go in the green bin.
- Water Services: Learn more about where our drinking water comes from and help beat the summer heat by filling up reusable water bottles at the Water Wagon.
- Liquid Waste Services: Meet Pee and Poo, the famous Unflushables mascots and test your accuracy at the toilet bean bag toss — all while learning what can and can’t go down the toilet.
- Air Quality: Pledge to reduce your emissions after challenging your friends and family to a giant Jenga-style game filled with inspirational ideas.
- Housing: Create child-friendly structures using oversized building blocks while learning about how Metro Vancouver is building communities through affordable housing.
For more information, visit metrovancouver.org/pne.