Eco find: Home and DIY projects aren't hard with a Vancouver Tool Library card

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      Need a caulking gun to fill in those pesky cracks in your bathtub? A pair of garden shears to tackle those overgrown shrubs you’ve been avoiding? Or perhaps you’re on the lookout for a power saw and drill that will help bring the deck of your dreams to life?

      Whatever the case, Vancouver Tool Library (3448 Commercial Street) has the resources you need. Situated near Trout Lake, the volunteer-driven co-op offers its members unlimited access to items like wrenches, drain snakes, and pliers, minimizing the amount of goods that may end up binned while building community in the process.

      DIY workshops are also open to members. Individual memberships are $65 for the first year and $45 annually thereafter. For more information, visit the Vancouver Tool Library website.