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2015/04/20 08:55
2015/04/20 08:55
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... gripping, often disturbing, journey that explores the origins of unequal wealth distribution in B.C., its impact on the economy and greater society, and the role governments can play to alleviate...
2015/04/20 08:55
2015/04/20 08:55
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2015/04/17 14:21
2015/04/17 14:21
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... such as: old bikes, lawn mowers, appliances, barbecues, bed frames, swing sets, car parts, batteries, old vehicles, and more. All proceeds go to Cyrus Centre. April 25 - Ident-A-Kid is...
2015/04/14 19:23
2015/04/14 19:23
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Sunday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Orphaned Wildlife Rescue (OLW), 3800-72 Street, Delta, B.C. Seventy per cent of the facility will be open to the public offering a behind-the-scenes look...
2015/04/13 23:39
2015/04/13 23:39
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... to pay $300 a month in rent at home after he graduated last year with a bachelor of arts degree. As a student, he took public transit to and from UBC, taking buses 90 minutes each way....
2015/04/10 08:34
2015/04/10 08:34
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... had a population of around 5,000, was an adjustment, said Landahl. “I was in a rural area living with a family and remember stepping out of the house, and wondering ‘what’s that...
2015/04/08 20:24
2015/04/08 20:24
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... actions to foster their survival, and for enhancement of their declining habitat in B.C. No prior experience needed, training will be provided. There will be an information meeting for...
2015/04/08 01:26
2015/04/08 01:26
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... Gasparine remembers. “ ‘We’ll cut away the bark and you can smell it!’ Then he starts hacking away for five or ten minutes. Nothing. Can’t get through the sapwood. So the monster...
2015/04/03 13:21
2015/04/03 13:21
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... actions to foster their survival, and for enhancement of their declining habitat in B.C. No prior experience needed, training will be provided. There will be an information meeting for...
2015/03/28 14:23
2015/03/28 14:23
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... actions to foster their survival, and for enhancement of their declining habitat in B.C. No prior experience needed, training will be provided. There will be an information meeting for...
2015/03/26 16:41
2015/03/26 16:41
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... to radar satellites. And in their benign shadow, the high-technology sector in B.C. now employs 84,000 people, more than the forestry, mining and oil and gas industries...
2015/03/25 17:38
2015/03/25 17:38
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Canada annual awards in Las Vegas. Broker/owner Cliff Shillington accepted the award for Top B.C. Office Transactions and was also named multi-office broker/owner of the year at the gala. On...
2015/03/21 14:21
2015/03/21 14:21
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... to care for the cats at the Safe Haven. March 22 - The Canadian barbecue competition season starts in Chilliwack with the all new Barn Burner BBQ Competition, presented by Johnston's Pork and...
2015/03/20 18:40
2015/03/20 18:40
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... southwest sector of the city,” says Andy Yan, adjunct professor of planning at University of B.C. “You could call this the great reshuffling into hipster homelands.” His numbers show that the...
2015/03/19 18:56
2015/03/19 18:56
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Earlier this month it was announced that B.C. would be raising the minimum wage by 20 cents, increasing the total figure to $10.45 per hour. The hike will take effect in September and it is the first...
2015/03/19 18:23
2015/03/19 18:23
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... and more at the next session of Nature Club at Urban Safari Rescue Society. The club starts Sunday, March 22 and runs Sundays for seven weeks, offering two hours of exploration of the...
2015/03/19 11:43
2015/03/19 11:43
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... instead to go to communities and create unique projects with the local youth.” When the BC Arts Council created a Youth Engagement grant, the game changed. Currently, PROXIMITY:REMIX is...
2015/04/20 08:55
2015/04/20 08:55
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