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Final stages of construction underway for Minoru Centre for Active Living

Final stages of construction are underway on the Minoru Centre for Active Living. Set to open to the public in 2018, this new recreational facility is poised to become the hub of Richmond’s recreational, social and cultural life.

As of November, the roof installation at the south side of the b

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Help define a visual identity for the Minoru Centre for Active Living

Minoru Centre for Active Living is taking shape. This new, state-of-the-art centre is a 110,000 sq. ft. seniors, aquatics, fitness and sports facility that is poised to become the hub of Richmond’s recreational, social and cultural life. It will be a home away from home, where we can have fun, la

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Learn about construction works in the City at Richmond’s Capital Projects Open House

Richmond residents are invited to learn more about upcoming and on-going capital construction works within the city at the 2016 Capital Projects Open House on Wednesday, April 20. From Hamilton to Steveston and everything in between, these projects represent the City’s objective to continuously ma

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Public Art prototype installed at Watermania

At a site visit with artists Germaine Koh and Gordon Hicks, City staff and the architects reviewed the installation of the functional prototype for the Minoru Complex Errant Rain Cloud public artwork that was installed this week at Watermania.

Errant Rain Cloud is a whimsical wh

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Detailed plans for Minoru Complex to be unveiled in January

Richmond, BC – The public is invited to view the recently completed detailed design for the Minoru Complex, which will be revealed at four public information sessions scheduled between January 8 and 19, 2016. Check out the designs for the 110,000 square foot multipurpose facility under constructio

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Save the date: Public Information Sessions in January

The Minoru Complex, anticipated to be completed in late 2017, is a 110,000 square foot multipurpose facility under construction at the southwest corner of Minoru Park that will house seniors services, aquatic and fitness services and support services for the sports fields. Drop in to one of four

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Launch of project website to keep residents up to date on the Minoru Complex project

The City of Richmond has launched a dedicated project website,, to encourage the public to keep up to date on the progress of the Minoru Complex, the new aquatic centre, older adults’ centre and sport support facility that is anticipated to open in late 2017 at the southwest corn

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New sports fields continue Minoru Park’s legacy

Minoru Park is back in full swing this year in time for the 2015 field sport season thanks to a significant park facility upgrade. Local sports teams and residents of Richmond are invited to an official opening, led by Mayor Malcolm Brodie, to celebrate the parks comprehensive redevelopment on Satur

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Let’s Talk about the public spaces surrounding Minoru Complex

With detailed design underway on the Minoru Complex and Brighouse Fire Hall No. 1 projects, the City of Richmond is seeking public input to assist in the design of the public realm. The public realm includes landscaping, wayfinding, pedestrian and vehicular circulation and parking surrounding the ne

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Container art illustrates progress on new Minoru Complex

New heritage wraps on storage containers have been unveiled in Minoru Park. A selection of archival photographs has been sourced from the Richmond Archives to remind residents of the history and continued importance of the Minoru Civic Precinct to the recreational and social life of Richmond residen

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Ground breaks on $80 million Minoru complex

The City of Richmond has officially launched construction of a $79.6 million multi-purpose complex that will house new aquatic and older adult centres, as well as other sport, recreation and wellness programming.

“Construction of a new aquatic and older adults centre are top priorities for our

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Next phase underway for Minoru Civic Precinct projects

The next step in the redevelopment of the Minoru Civic Precinct was launched this week with the closure of the historic Minoru Pavilion. The City will be building a new aquatic, older adult and recreation and fitness complex in Minoru Park and several changes are underway to prepare for the beginnin

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