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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.


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.


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.


PL3Y Education BC Announces New Program, Yoga PL3Y

Available to all Vancouver Lower Mainland Schools for 2019/2020 School Year.


RCMP response to the release of the Surrey Policing Transition plan

Today, the City of Surrey released its proposed Surrey Policing Transition plan to the public.


Papi's Seafood and Oyster Bar to Open in Heart of Vancouver's West End

New Seafood-Focused Restaurant Will Offer Menu of Casual Favourites for Lunch, Dinner and Weekend Brunch in Fully Licensed Dining Room, Patio Overlooking English Bay.


A workout that doesn't feel like working out

See why Langley's hippest new fitness studio is shaking up norms in the fitness industry with it's boutique take on boxing and strength training. 45 min workouts designed to get you all the results of a 60 min workout to the beats of hip hop playlists in a dimly lit blue studio.


A Dialogue on Accessibility presented by the Gathering Festival

The Gathering Festival Presents: A Dialogue on Accessibility on Saturday June 1, 2-4 PM, at the Gathering Place Community Centre 609 Helmcken Street. Free admission. Part of a week of special events in celebration of BC Access Awareness Day.


Respected local restaurants PIVA and El Santo donate $15,000 in support of New Westminster New Media Gallery

The City of New Westminster is thrilled to announce that two award-winning, local restaurants have joined forces to donate $15,000 to New Media Gallery.


Chinook fisheries close as governments perpetuate policies at heart of crisis

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) announced new fisheries closure measures for chinook Tuesday in an effort to save the at-risk salmon from disappearing from Canadian waters.


VANCOUVER SOON TO HAVE ALTERNATIVE TO UBER… SORT OF

One of the biggest challenges facing residents of Metro Vancouver today is the lack of ride sharing services. Depending on where you live in the metropolitan area, this can make getting around a little bit tricky. While provincial governments wrangle over the details of large scale ride sharing companies, a Vancouver area startup offers a solution… sort of.


Shahin Behroyan Vancouver’s Top Realtor - Opens New Office in West Vancouver

Shahin Behroyan Ranks Among Top 5 Realtors from the RE/MAX World - With Over 100+ Homes per Year Sold


Photography Studio in celebrates International Women’s Day by gifting portrait sessions to women

Franctal Studio, a boutique photography in Surrey BC, celebrates International Women's Day 2019 with free portraits to celebrate and empower women.


Budget 2019 brings welcome improvements in benefits but falls short on legal aid

Today, the provincial government released Budget 2019. The budget takes important steps towards addressing poverty in the province.

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