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British Columbia School District 40 New Westminster News: Kindergarten and new student registration for 2022-23

British Columbia School District 40 New Westminster News A place where students love to learn. Kindergarten and new student registration for 2022-23 Friday 15 October 2021 09:28 AM UTC-07 | Tags: home-page-news news-events As we continue to hone and improve the way we welcome new students and families into our District, we have made some changes to our registration process and timelines, affecting the 2022-23 school year. The below outlined information is only for families who are registering new students to the district for the 2022-23 school year (e.g. younger siblings starting kindergarten next September). If your child(ren) already attends one of our schools or programs, this message does not apply to you. One of the new changes is to the registration window. We

British Columbia First Nations Squamish Nation Tribal Council News: Join the Sen̓áḵw Cultural Advisory Committee

British Columbia First Nations Squamish Nation Tribal Council News Join the Sen̓áḵw Cultural Advisory Committee Friday 15 October 2021 09:00 AM UTC-07 | Tags: opportunities Nch'kay  invites Members to join the Sen̓áḵw Cultural Advisory Committee!   This committee will advise  Nch'ḵay  on how to best implement and incorporate Squamish teachings, art ,  and culture into all aspects of the  Sen̓áḵw  development.   All Members are encouraged to apply for this opportunity, and a wide range of cultural and artistic knowledge will be considered.   The committee will consult with one another and  Nch'ḵay  to assess potential art and cultural opportunities, and may be asked to issue arts opportunities to qualified

British Columbia Government News: EAT DRINK LOCAL to support B.C. restaurants

British Columbia Government News EAT DRINK LOCAL to support B.C. restaurants Friday 15 October 2021 08:45 AM UTC-07 | Tags: agriculture-food-and-fisheries The fall harvest is on, and British Columbians are encouraged to make an extra effort to support local restaurants during this year's Buy BC: EAT DRINK LOCAL campaign. Tags: agriculture-food-and-fisheries

British Columbia Chamber of Commerce Nanaimo News: WINDOW SMASHERS COVER MAIN MOTIVE

British Columbia Chamber of Commerce Nanaimo News Create | Develop | Succeed WINDOW SMASHERS COVER MAIN MOTIVE Friday 15 October 2021 07:11 AM UTC-07 | Tags: blog business-news chamber-report chamber-updates events front-page press-releases REACTION TO VAX PASSPORTS, OR… It doesn't take much to set some people off during a pandemic, at least that's how it seems from some of the outrageous behaviours we're seeing. It's just so unfortunate that these minor acts have an enormous impact, with near-zero return on investment for the idiot perpetrators other than public dismay.   Of course, we're talking about last week's round of vandalism at three downtown, family-run restaurants,

British Columbia City of Victoria News: The City and DVBA Celebrate Small Business Month | October 14 2021

British Columbia City of Victoria News RSS Latest News Newsfeed The City and DVBA Celebrate Small Business Month | October 14 2021 Thursday 14 October 2021 09:26 PM UTC-07 Mayor Lisa Helps and Jeff Bray, Executive Director of the Downtown Victoria Business Association, will visit the recently opened Neighbourly Café & Grocer to celebrate Small Business Month.  Ninety-eight percent of businesses are small businesses in British Columbia. Each October, the province celebrates Small Business Month in recognition of the contributions of small business owners and entrepreneurs to our local economy and community. Challenges of the pandemic persist for small business, making it vital that Victorians continue to support local when making purchasing decisions. "Small businesses are the heart of our downto

British Columbia City of Victoria News: Leaf Collection Begins October 18 | October 14 2021

British Columbia City of Victoria News RSS Latest News Newsfeed Leaf Collection Begins October 18 | October 14 2021 Friday 15 October 2021 12:16 AM UTC-07 Residential leaf collection begins on October 18, 2021. Each fall, the City collects approximately 7,000 tonnes of leaves from over 40,000 trees. Residential leaf collection helps keep leaves out of storm sewers which can cause flooding, maintain clean streets and boulevards, and produce quality mulch for City parks and community programs. Residents have three options for leaf collection: 1. Leaf drop-off service (proof of residency required) Leaves and garden waste can be dropped off year-round at the Public Works Yard, 417 Garbally Road on Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. This fall, leaves can also be dropped off at the Parks Yard in Beacon Hi

British Columbia Business Improvement Association Downtown Victoria BIA News: Small Business Month Feature: Design Coast Creative

British Columbia Business Improvement Association Downtown Victoria BIA News Your place to be Small Business Month Feature: Design Coast Creative Friday 15 October 2021 06:00 AM UTC-07 | Tags: downtown Design Coast Creative   Welcome to Small Business Month! Through October, you will be introduced to some amazing local downtown Victoria business owners. We interviewed each owner to learn more about their business and what it is like to operate downtown. Today, meet Jessica and Caroline of Design Coast Creative. Let’s read more about what they have to say! ____________________   After meeting each other at a Christmas party year ago, the two bonded about their professions and passion for being graphic designers. What started as a joke beginning a business together that ex

British Columbia First Nations Xat'sull First Nation Tribal Council XFNTC News: Learner’s Program available for those on income assistance

British Columbia First Nations Xat'sull First Nation Tribal Council XFNTC News Learner's Program available for those on income assistance Thursday 14 October 2021 02:42 PM UTC-07 | Tags: news Tags: news

British Columbia City of Merritt News: Paperless Billing Now Available

British Columbia City of Merritt News Flourish Under the Sun Paperless Billing Now Available Thursday 14 October 2021 01:44 PM UTC-07 We are pleased to now offer residents a paperless billing option. You now can register for a Merritt ONLINE account! This will allow you to: Email: Have your property tax and/or utility bills automatically emailed to you Utilities: See all your historical bills, payment history, meter reading history (if applicable), Property Taxes: See your assessment and tax notice history, payment history, and Home Owner Grant Status HOW TO REGISTER We've made an easy-to-follow guide for registration available on our website. Step One: In your web browser, go to www.merritt.ca (1), click on "Merritt Online Accounts" (2).

British Columbia School District 83 North Okanagan-Shuswap News: School Bus Safety Week

British Columbia School District 83 North Okanagan-Shuswap News School Bus Safety Week Thursday 14 October 2021 01:39 PM UTC-07 It is School Bus Safety Week October 17-23. The theme this year is We Stop – You Stop. SD83 Transportation Manager Andrea Kathrein reports to help raise awareness SD83 will be running radio commercials expressing the importance of stopping for a school bus with red lights activated (We Stop – You Stop), asking drivers not to rush the bus, and to ensure they are not driving distracted around a school bus! There will also be other reminders, including posters and coffee cup sleeves with safety messages at participating restaurants. Kathrein comments over recent years the number of drivers passing school buses with their red lights on – which is when children are most vulnerabl

British Columbia School District 83 North Okanagan-Shuswap News: Time Capsule tradition!

British Columbia School District 83 North Okanagan-Shuswap News Time Capsule tradition! Thursday 14 October 2021 01:37 PM UTC-07 Memorabilia and predictions from the 2000-01 school year, garnered many good memories and “remember when” conversations for those who attended the time capsule opening at Ranchero Elementary on September 24. Principal Doug Cumming led the opening with the help from students and former student Tyler McGee, who also did a live feed of the event. Comments on the live feed page were very appreciative of this, since some people who wanted to be there were unable to make it. Others watched and recognized their school work as the items in the capsule were shared. The first piece out of the capsule was a Ranchero tee-shirt from 2000. There were many goodies including class

British Columbia School District 83 North Okanagan-Shuswap News: Bilingual Sensory Path

British Columbia School District 83 North Okanagan-Shuswap News Bilingual Sensory Path Thursday 14 October 2021 01:29 PM UTC-07 École Bastion Elementary is so excited to reveal its very first Bilingual Sensory Path! The path allows students to experience movement throughout the school day both as they transition through the school and as a planned movement break. Movement can help students refocus, self-regulate, calm (think tree pose!), and take control of their bodies and actions. Sensory Path stickers incorporate jumping, hopping, pushing, squatting, counting, letters, colours and other tasks to connect the mind and body. This leads to increased awareness, increased attention and increased calmness. Next time you’re at Bastion, go check them out! A very special thank you to Bastion’s PAC for suppo

British Columbia City of Penticton News: Community Centre to host upcoming swim meet and release new Fall pool schedule

British Columbia City of Penticton News RSS Latest News Newsfeed Community Centre to host upcoming swim meet and release new Fall pool schedule Thursday 14 October 2021 02:17 PM UTC-07 The Penticton Community Centre's pool will be closed to the public for a swim meet beginning at 2:…

British Columbia Chamber of Commerce Surrey News: Surrey Music Strategy a Good Move Says Surrey Board of Trade

British Columbia Chamber of Commerce Surrey News Innovative | Inclusive | Independent Surrey Music Strategy a Good Move Says Surrey Board of Trade Thursday 14 October 2021 01:09 PM UTC-07 | Tags: general The Surrey Board of Trade applauds the City of Surrey in its development of a music city strategy. "As we saw the movement of music artists and related businesses from Vancouver to Surrey and the South Fraser economic region due to gentrification, and as Surrey is going to be the largest city in BC, the Surrey Board of Trade has been asking the City of Surrey to develop its own music strategy since 2018," said Anita Huberman, President & CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. "We did ask the then-named City of Surrey Cultural Advisory Committee in 2019 if the Surrey Board

British Columbia Government News: Coast Mountain College adds student housing, updated library

British Columbia Government News Coast Mountain College adds student housing, updated library Thursday 14 October 2021 12:15 PM UTC-07 | Tags: advanced-education-and-skills-training Students at the Coast Mountain College (CMTN) Terrace campus have access to more housing and improved facilities with the opening of 108 student beds and a renovated library. Tags: advanced-education-and-skills-training

British Columbia District Municipality of Chetwynd News: “Library Month” – October 2021 Proclamation Signing

British Columbia District Municipality of Chetwynd News "Library Month" – October 2021 Proclamation Signing Thursday 14 October 2021 11:48 AM UTC-07 | Tags: whats-new                   Proclamation – Library Month Tags: whats-new


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