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Statement from Park Board Chair: BC Supreme Court's decision on OneCard

October 29 2013

Park Board OneCard

Yesterday, Mr. Justice Cohen of the Supreme Court of British Columbia released reasons for judgment in the case where six community associations sought an injunction against the Vancouver Park Board.

The injunction aimed to prevent the Park Board from advertising its OneCard program in the six community centres that the associations are involved with. Mr. Justice Cohen dismissed the associations' application.

This important decision supports the work of the Park Board in increasing equity of access across the network of community centres in the city. At this time, over 75,000 OneCard passes have been issued to residents across the city.

The OneCard is free and is designed to enable access for all Vancouver residents to the entire Park Board network of rinks, pools, fitness centres, and community centres, just as a library card provides access for everyone to all public libraries across the city.

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OneCard

Use a system-wide card that gives you access to Park Board pools, rinks, fitness centres, and more.