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Wednesday, 23 August 2017 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)

Protecting Vancouver's 'legacy businesses' in Chinatown

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Chinatown Resident 23 Aug 2017 Free  
Other resident (Chinatown area employees or residents of nearby areas that shop in the area) 23 Aug 2017 Free  
Chinatown Property Owner/Leasing Agent 23 Aug 2017 Free  
Chinatown Business Owner 23 Aug 2017 Free  
Non-Profit, Cultural or other Organization 23 Aug 2017 Free  

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Protecting 'legacy business' in Vancouver Chinatown 保留唐人街的「傳承商業」

Date: August 23rd, 2017

Time: 5:00 pm-7:00pm  

時間: 下午 5點 至 7點

Location: Lore Krill Housing Co-operative, 239 East Georgia Street, Vancouver

The City of Vancouver is investigating a potential program similar to San Francisco’s Legacy Business Registry and Legacy Business Historic Preservation Fund. The City of Vancouver hopes the program may help address retail gentrification and the loss of neighbourhood-defining character in Chinatown and adjacent communities. The City's aim is to implement the program within 16-18 months of the report from this research (planned for November 1, 2017) with the possibility of extending into other neighbourhoods in the inner city.

溫哥華市正在研究一項與舊金山「傳奇企業註冊」和「傳奇企業保護歷史基金」相似的計劃的潛在性。市政府希望該計劃能夠幫助應答在唐人街和鄰近社區商戶高檔化導致遺失社區特色的問題。市政府的目的是在該研究報告發表後(預算2017年11月1日)的16至18個月內開始實行計劃,並有機會伸延至其它在市中心的歷史性社區。

The City has hired LOCO BC (Amy Robinson), in partnership with Heritage Vancouver (Bill Yuen), June Chow (of the Youth Collaborative for Chinatown - 青心在唐人街), and Modus (Rob Barrs), to complete this work.

溫哥華市雇用了LOCO BC (Amy Robinson)與Heritage Vancouver溫哥華遺產社團 (Bill Yuen), June Chow (青心在唐人街) 和 Modus (Rob Barrs) 以合作關係進行該研究。

We are reaching out to Chinatown residents, businesses, and landlords and leasing agents to help understand how community members define a 'legacy business' in Chinatown and/or a business with heritage or community value. 

我們正與唐人街居民,商戶,業主和租賃代理人員們聯繫,幫助理解社會成員如何定義「傳承商業」或社區內具價值的企業。

If you live, work, own a business, rent or own commercial space in Chinatown, please attend this event to provide our team with valuable input on the future of business and the neighbourhood character of Chinatown.

若你住在唐人街或在唐人街工作,營運商業,租賃或擁有商業物業,請參加這活動提供你的寶貴意見,關於在唐人街的商業和唐人街社區特色的未來。

This workshop is free of charge. Light refreshments will be served. 免費活動。我們會提供小食飲品。

If you haven't already filled in the survey as a business owner, resident of Chinatown (or employee or resident of nearby neighbourhood), or landowner/leasing agent, please do so using the appropriate link below:

- For Businesses 商業用
- For Landlords & Leasing Agents 業主和租賃代理員用
- For Residents & Other Individuals 居民和個人用  


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Lori Krill Housing Co-op
239 E Georgia Street
Vancouver, BC V6A 4J7
Canada

Wednesday, 23 August 2017 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)


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