Village Vancouver

Vancouver's Leader in Transition toward Strong, Resilient, Complete Communities

The Transition Movement

Village Vancouver is part of a global movement and integrated network in 45 countries of:

Want a quick peak into a bible of Transition, The Transition Companion?

Click on this image to open the book and you'll be able to read several chapters.

Get involved

Have a desire to advance ecological sustainability, community resiliency, regeneration & self-reliance, and social well-being in Vancouver? To connect with others in your community to create positive local responses to things like climate disruption, depletion of natural assets and economic instability and inequity? Grow more food? Learn how to fix your bike or prepare for an emergency? Get your Permaculture Design Certificate? Share a meal or swap stuff with your neighbours? Save heritage seeds? Engage in placemaking in your neighbourhood ? Participate in a more localized economy and consume less? Bioremediate your community?

Check out our Villages, Groups, Networks, and Projects -- including Neighbourhood Food Networks -- VV's centres of creativity where constructive dialogue leads to connection, collaboration, and inspired action in fun and satisfying ways!

We run on people power - join our website and/or  the Village Vancouver Transition Society and get involved. Don't wait for an invitation; find folks on your own and "grab the reins." (We can help! - contact

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Village engages individuals, neighbourhoods & organizations to take actions that build sustainable communities & have fun doing it. Join us!


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Latest Activity

Ross Moster's event was featured

*Kits Village August Free Plastic Recycling Depot @the Westside Community Food Market at Westside Community Food Market

August 18, 2016 from 6pm to 7pm
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Celina Starnes's event was featured

Birds of a Feather: Hot Weather, Cool Birds at Stanley Park Nature House

July 31, 2016 from 9am to 11am
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UBC Botanical Garden's event was featured

Water Conservation Workshop: Low flow gardening at UBC Botanical Garden

August 18, 2016 from 6pm to 8pm
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Ross Moster updated an event

*Kimchi at West Point Grey Community Centre (Aberthau Mansion)

July 28, 2016 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
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