#CleanUpBurnaby Campaign Timeline
While campaigning in the Burnaby municipal by-election, Martin decides to step up and clean up Burnaby streets and parks while taking part in campaign activities.
City Council Presentation
Martin gives an update to Burnaby City Council. Since June 2020, the #CleanUpBurnaby Campaign has cleaned up over 200 kilograms of litter, which includes over 350 disposable PPE masks.
As a result of this presentation, the City of Burnaby purchases garbage tongs, buckets and other equipment to allow and encourage community litter clean up efforts.
Lofty goals for 2022
As part of his run for Burnaby City Council in October 2022, Martin has set a goal to pick up 1,000 pounds of garbage and 800 face masks by Election Day (October 15th).
#CleanUpBurnaby Community Clean Up Extravaganza Events
Martin is organizing at least five Community Clean Up Extravaganza events in 2022. The clean up events will be scheduled on:
Saturday April 16 - Metrotown area
Saturday May 14 - Brentwood area
Saturday June 11 - Burnaby Heights area
Saturday July 2 - Lougheed Town Centre area
Saturday August 13 - Royal Oak area
On June 8th, 2022, Martin made good on his goal to pick up 1,000 pounds of garbage in 2022.
If you think Burnaby should take a more aggressive and proactive role in making this the cleanest community in the Lower Mainland, then please donate to Martin's campaign for Burnaby City Council.
800 face masks...complete!
On June 25th, 2022, Martin made good on his goal to pick up 800 face masks in 2022.
If you think Burnaby should take a more aggressive and proactive role in making this the cleanest community in the Lower Mainland, then please volunteer to help Martin's campaign for Burnaby City Council.