Articles by: allan

  • BC Safety Charter Round Table 2019

    BC Safety Charter Round Table 2019

    On April 25th, the BC Safety Charter will convene at the 9th annual BC Safety Charter Round Table. Signatories from across the province will learn, teach and share their experiences with each other on how to build a safer workplace and help make BC the safest province in Canada to work in.

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  • Ben Dunnill performs “Your Song” at the 2017 SASSY Awards

    Ben Dunnill performs “Your Song” at the 2017 SASSY Awards

    Ben Dunnill gives a memorable performance as a part of the 2017 SASSY Awards at the Surrey Arts Centre.  Words, Pictures & Music produces the SASSY Awards, which recognizes exceptional youth between 15-21 who are making an incredible difference in our community.  

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  • Appazur Solutions branded school app

    Learn how Appazur’s branded school solution has helped this secondary school stay connected, engaged, and on track for success! Visit our website to learn how our school solution can help your school community. Link: http://www.appazur.com

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  • Rotary District 5050 – Public Image Boot Camp

    Rotary District 5050 – Public Image Boot Camp

    The first Public Image Boot Camp session on marketing and strategic planning was a huge success. With over 50 rotarians attending from clubs on both sides of the border, attendees learned that “content is king” and our message has to have an emotional impact.

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  • Prestigious Cycling Race – 36th Annual Tour de White Rock

    Prestigious Cycling Race – 36th Annual Tour de White Rock

    Tour de White Rock | July 17th-18th, 2015 The Tour de White Rock is one of the longest withstanding races in North America. It consists of the Choices Markets Criterium in the heart of White Rock and the historic Peace Arch News Road Race, ending the weekend Tour with one of the most challenging road races in the Pacific North West.

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  • Salish Sea Marine Survival Project

    Salish Sea Marine Survival Project

    Pacific salmon are fundamental to biodiversity in the Salish Sea, and changes in the marine ecosystems have been significant. The Salish Sea Marine Survival Project will bring together resources and scientific expertise from Canada and the U.S. to study all biological and environmental factors limiting salmon production and the marine ecosystem. The Pacific Salmon Foundation’s efforts will focus on the Strait of Georgia, the Canadian side of the Salish Sea.

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