Every year, the airport community fills hundreds of holiday hampers for Quest Food Exchange.
Longtime Airport Chaplain Layne Daggett has retired after 30 years of service to the YVR community. Daggett opened the Chapel in 1983 at what he affectionately called a “converted” ticket counter in what is now the Domestic Departures area. From humble beginnings, it grew to reach more than 10,000 visitors last year.
What a summer! YVR was out and about at festivals all over the Lower Mainland this summer, getting to know our passengers and answering any and all questions you had about Vancouver International Airport. Our community Ambassador Jake already wrote all about his experiences, but we also made a fun video highlighting some of our favourite moments. Watch and enjoy!
Come and join Team YVR at the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup kick-off at Iona Beach on Saturday, September 21 at 10 a.m.
The second Annual Pancake Breakfast in aid of BC Professional Firefighters Burn Fund will be held on Wednesday, September 18, from 0600-0900 at the Templeton Station bus parking lot.
The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art was established in 1999 as an initiative of The Bill Reid Foundation. Their mission is to preserve the art and perpetuate the legacy of Bill Reid; master Haida goldsmith, sculptor, carver writer, spokesman and one of Canada's greatest artists.
If you haven’t experienced a Vancouver summer with Bard, here’s your chance! We have four pairs of tickets to give away.
Look for YVR ambassadors at your summer community festival.
Vancouver Airport Authority is reaching out to its local community by attending 15 festivals, large and small, in neighborhoods around the Lower Mainland.
This week, Airport Authority staff volunteered their time and skills at Quest Food Exchange to distribute 500 Christmas hampers for families in need. Employees at YVR collected and donated food for the hampers for Quest’s clients.