The City of North Vancouver is the latest municipality to get a rainbow crosswalk installed to celebrate their local LGBTQ2+ community.
The crosswalk is located at Lonsdale Avenue and 14th Street.
The North Shore Pride Alliance helped make this art installation a reality. It also holds the distinct honour of being the North Shore’s first ever rainbow crosswalk.
It's a great day in our city! We just unveiled the new Pride crosswalk at Lonsdale and 14th. It's a symbol of our commitment to inclusion, and a wonderful addition to our City's high street #NorthVan #Pride pic.twitter.com/HJBAJ9UBdZ
— Mayor Linda Buchanan (@LindaCBuchanan) August 16, 2019
“We just unveiled the new Pride crosswalk at Lonsdale and 14th. It’s a symbol of our commitment to inclusion, and a wonderful addition to our City’s high street”.
Additionally, over in Burnaby, a circular pride rainbow was also installed earlier this month.
“It’s a great day in our city!” reads a tweet from Mayor Linda Buchanan.