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Businesses Receive Recognition For Environmental Leadership At Surrey Board Of Trade Awards

Businesses Receive Recognition For Environmental Leadership At Surrey Board Of Trade Awards

2019 Surrey Environment & Business Awards Winners with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as Keynote Speaker

 

Businesses Receive Recognition For Environmental Leadership At Surrey Board Of Trade Awards

These Are The Finalized Locations For 6 Broadway Subway Stations

These Are The Finalized Locations For 6 Broadway Subway Stations

The station entrance locations were based on technical analysis and input from project partners. They are:

 

 

These Are The Finalized Locations For 6 Broadway Subway Stations

Coquitlam RCMP Warn About Increase In Canada Revenue Agency Scams Involving Bitcoin

Coquitlam RCMP Warn About Increase In Canada Revenue Agency Scams Involving Bitcoin

Tell your family and tell your friends: If you owe Canada Revenue Agency (or any government agency) money, they will never ask for payment in Bitcoin.

 

 

Coquitlam RCMP Warn About Increase In Canada Revenue Agency Scams Involving Bitcoin

Eyes In The Sky: 3 New Vancouver Police Drones Could Be Flying By Year’s End

Eyes In The Sky: 3 New Vancouver Police Drones Could Be Flying By Year’s End

“Remotely-piloted aerial systems, more commonly known as drones, are used by police agencies across the country,” says Steve Eely, Superintendent, Operations, VPD.

Eyes In The Sky: 3 New Vancouver Police Drones Could Be Flying By Year’s End

Drivers Get Bad Grades During First Weeks Of School

Drivers Get Bad Grades During First Weeks Of School

During the first two weeks of school Delta Police issued 217 violation tickets to drivers speeding – or driving distracted – in school zones.

Drivers Get Bad Grades During First Weeks Of School

Some Canadian Schools, Colleges Move To Accommodate Climate Strikes

Some Canadian Schools, Colleges Move To Accommodate Climate Strikes

Students in Canada are expected to participate in climate demonstrations beginning this Friday, and some school boards are moving to allow — even encourage — them to miss class for the cause.

Some Canadian Schools, Colleges Move To Accommodate Climate Strikes