Who is Metro Vancouver
Metro Vancouver is a political body and corporate entity operating under provincial legislation as a 'regional district' and 'greater boards' that deliver regional services, policy and political leadership on behalf of 24 local authorities.
Metro Vancouver comprises 22 municipalities, one electoral area, and one treaty First Nation.
Through Metro Vancouver, each representative has a say in how the region is run. The 2012 Board consists of 37 Directors representing 22 Municipalities, one Electoral Area, one treaty First Nation, and one Municipality that is a member of the GVRD for the parks function. These Directors are members of your Municipal or First Nation council who have been appointed to the Board by their respective councils on a "representation by population" basis. To find out more, click here.
To find out more about Sustainability at Metro Vancouver, click here.