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Greater Vancouver Food Bank Launches Social Enterprise Goodly


Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018 — 9:26am PDT
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The Greater Vancouver Food Bank has launched Goodly Foods, a unique initiative that aims to develop a viable social enterprise repurposing surplus produce from local suppliers while creating supportive community employment opportunities, thanks to a $1.1M investment grant from the Walmart Foundation.

Things to do in Lynden, Washington


Friday, August 17th, 2018 — 12:25pm PDT
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Things to do in Lynden, Washington. Visit this agricultural town in Whatcom County that has a Dutch history and modern takes on classic activities. Craft beer, bookstores, apple picking, art, whale watching and more!

#DoWhatYouLoveBC Giveaway


Friday, August 3rd, 2018 — 8:49am PDT
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#DoWhatYouLoveBC The BC Dairy Association is sharing the stories of four farmers across the province, and giving you the opportunity to share why you love what you do for a chance to win one of four $100 VISA gift cards.

A Complete Guide to Coquitlam’s Outdoor Concerts


Thursday, August 2nd, 2018 — 8:58am PDT
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A Complete Guide to Coquitlam’s Outdoor Concerts: Who’s playing, the City’s indoor and outdoor venues, how to get there, free family fun, ticketed events, great music, great food and more happening in Coquitlam August, 2018.

Crave The Heights: Burnaby Heights Dining Showcase


Monday, July 23rd, 2018 — 11:26am PDT
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Burnaby Heights is setting up the table for this year’s Crave the Heights. From August 17-26, the Heights’ restaurants invite friends, family, and foodies to take part in a delicious neighbourhood dining showcase.

Creative Arts in the Cariboo Heartland


Saturday, July 21st, 2018 — 10:38am PDT
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Creative Arts in the Cariboo Heartland: Take a tour around Williams Lake and uncover its creativity. From unique eco-champion initiatives, to nature walks, galleries, and the Williams Lake Art Walk Aug 8-10, 2018.

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