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BC Local News
EVENTS GUIDE for August 18 and beyond (Surrey, North DeltaSurrey.ca/culture-recreation/13488.aspx. Paul DesLauriers Band: Concert by blu
EVENTS GUIDE for August 18 and beyond (Surrey, North Delta
BC Local News / Posted 11 days ago
Surrey.ca/culture-recreation/13488.aspx. Paul DesLauriers Band: Concert by blues trio presented by White Rock Blues Society on Friday, Sept. 9 at Pacific Inn Resort, South Surrey. Info: Whiterockblues.com. Surrey Reggae Festival on... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The story of the Fraser River: A 'symbol of life' that can also be violent and deadlyby ports, cranes, ocean shipping, towering bridges, railway tracks and the indu
The story of the Fraser River: A 'symbol of life' that can also be violent and deadly
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 days ago
by ports, cranes, ocean shipping, towering bridges, railway tracks and the industrial sprawl that spreads all the way to Vancouver. “The Fraser River, which seems absolutely hostile to man and all his works,” novelist Hugh MacLennan wrote more... Read more
14d
The Globe and Mail
Low income renters in Vancouver face difficult calculationsthat opened in July, 2015, and is one of 14 social housing projects being built
Low income renters in Vancouver face difficult calculations
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 days ago
that opened in July, 2015, and is one of 14 social housing projects being built through a partnership between the City of Vancouver and the provincial government. In that year, Ms. Bell has flourished. Settled in a home with her own washroom, a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Anastasia 'Sia' Georgandis, editor who enjoyed travel, cooking, diesStansberry Research and a resident of Mount Vernon, died July 31 of cardiac arr
Anastasia 'Sia' Georgandis, editor who enjoyed travel, cooking, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 17 days ago
Stansberry Research and a resident of Mount Vernon, died July 31 of cardiac arrest at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, British Columbia. She was 31. Ms. Georgandis had been attending a conference in Vancouver, and was in a line at... Read more
19d
BC Local News
CCFS one step closer to forest purchaseHaluschak Record staff Forty hectares have never looked so good. At the end
CCFS one step closer to forest purchase
BC Local News / Posted 19 days ago
Haluschak Record staff Forty hectares have never looked so good. At the end of June, the Cumberland Community Forest Society (CCFS) took a huge leap forward in their goal of purchasing, protecting and restoring the Cumberland forest that... Read more
19d
Comox Valley Record
CCFS one step closer to forest purchaseHaluschak Record staff Forty hectares have never looked so good. At the end
CCFS one step closer to forest purchase
Comox Valley Record / Posted 19 days ago
Haluschak Record staff Forty hectares have never looked so good. At the end of June, the Cumberland Community Forest Society (CCFS) took a huge leap forward in their goal of purchasing, protecting and restoring the Cumberland forest that... Read more
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BC Local News
EVENTS GUIDE for August 4 and beyond (Surrey, North DeltaSizzle” series of networking events hosted by Surrey Board of Trade: On Wednesd
EVENTS GUIDE for August 4 and beyond (Surrey, North Delta
BC Local News / Posted 25 days ago
Sizzle” series of networking events hosted by Surrey Board of Trade: On Wednesday, Aug. 10 at Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel Pool Deck (15269 104 Avenue, Surrey); on Thursday, Aug. 25 at Sandman Suites Guildford and Moxie’s... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Doing business abroad in a volatile worldgovernments are corrupt, or where revolutions or coups d’état are possible. Ind
Doing business abroad in a volatile world
The Globe and Mail / Posted 29 days ago
governments are corrupt, or where revolutions or coups d’état are possible. Indeed, some of the world’s most desirable resources aren’t in the world’s most hospitable places any more, and that causes businesses to expand to countries that may... Read more

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