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Miss Universe Canada Delegate Plans to Give 10 Real Smiles to Children with Facial Deformities

Funds for Life-Changing Surgeries to be Raised at Open Mic Night on July 19th.

The Prestigious Energy Globe Award 2019 goes to Vancouver Passive House Experts Marken Design + Consult

With 187 participating countries and over 2000 submission, one of the most prestigious environmental awards recognizes Canada's Northernmost certified Passive House building located in Fort St. John.

Winnipeg Food Council and Food Matters Manitoba announce Winnipeg Food Strategy

The City of Winnipeg has contracted Food Matters Manitoba to coordinate the Winnipeg Food Council and deliver on initial outcomes of the city’s very first food strategy.

BC Minister of Jobs, Trade, and Technology visits Radical I/O

BC Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology visits Radical I/O, a local software development consultancy and lab, and learns about their new smart city platform SimpliCity(TM).

Living wage movement reaches 157 employers across BC, including first restaurant since 2015

Eleven BC employers recently achieved Living Wage certification, bringing the total of certified employers across the province to 157. This represents over 21,600 workers who are earning a decent wage in their communities.

GFA World Marks 40 Years of ‘Revolution’ in Missions, Eyes Future Ministry Growth

Founder Dr. K.P. Yohannan says 'so much more yet to do' as missions agency celebrated their anniversary July 3.

Canada’s agri-food industry under-performing petroleum sector in efficiency of energy and carbon use

Canada’s agri-food industry is dramatically under-performing the petroleum sector in efficiency achieved to deliver their end products, be that food or refined petroleum products, according to a study by the Canadian Energy Systems Analysis Research (CESAR) initiative at the University of Calgary.

Land Claims Used to Promote Native Economic, Cultural and Community Development

Native land claims have become more than just attempting to resolve treaties which may have been misinterpreted. Ontario recently confirmed that land claims are now a way to promote economic, cultural and community development by giving land and money to Natives.

Free Geek Vancouver in Need of Donations to Remain in Business

Free Geek Vancouver, an East Vancouver-based non-profit organization dedicated to reusing and recycling unwanted computers and consumer electronics, announced on July 3rd that it is in danger of closing and is soliciting donations to help keep the doors open.

A voice of inclusivity falls silent

Alireza Ahmadian 1981-2019

Introducing 4Plants Cup

The inaugural 4Plants Cup competition celebrates individual cannabis growers and their knowledge of cultivation in Canada.

Long Time Construction Pro Brings No.1 Home Inspection Company to Niagara Area

You would be hard pressed to throw something at John Garnett that he hasn't tackled and solved in his more than four decades in the construction business.

Kamloops Chamber Celebrates Approval of the TMX Pipeline

The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce is pleased that the National Energy Board has confirmed that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project has been approved.

Tech-Accès Canada accueille 17 nouveaux Centres d'accès à la technologie dans sa famille

Félicitations aux 17 nouveaux Centres d'accès à la technologie (CAT) attribués aujourd'hui par l’honorable Kirsty Duncan, ministre des Sciences et des Sports, au Collège Georgian dans le cadre du Programme d'innovation dans les collèges et la communauté et du Fonds collège-industrie pour l'innovation.

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