Archive of posts tagged "non-profit"

Canucks Fan Zone Liveblog March 15 2009


Sunday, March 15th, 2009 — 1:30pm PST
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Tonight I’ll be at GM Place to liveblog the Canucks game. We’ll have photos, video, commentary and a live chat up on the Fan Zone section of Canucks.com, and we’ll also be following the conversation on Twitter, using the hashtag #Canucks. Chris Zimmerman, President and CEO of the Canucks stops by the live blog On […]

Canucks for Kids Fund Telethon 2009


Thursday, March 12th, 2009 — 4:00pm PST
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This Sunday I’ll be at GM Place to live blog the Canucks game (along with Richard) as they take on the Colorado Avalanche. It will be an extra-special Fan Zone event because we’ll be out in the concourse along with the Canucks for Kids Fund Telethon, which will benefit children and families through the Canuck […]

Vancouver Site Profile: Urbantastic


Thursday, March 12th, 2009 — 9:00am PST
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I’ve been known for profiling dozens of local bloggers on my site however sometimes I offer up the option to new websites in town as well. The following is what I’ve been able to learn about Urbantastic from its Co-Founders Benjamin Johnson and Heath Johns. How did Urbantastic come to be? We met at Royal […]

Beauty Night Vancouver an Interview with Caroline


Friday, January 23rd, 2009 — 9:11am PST
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Last fall I heard of an amazing initiative called Beauty Night. It is an event that has been taking place in several cities across Canada for the last few years with a goal to bring women together for a bit of a boost through makeover sessions, book clubs, yoga classes, movie nights, and more. I […]

Camp Courageous of Iowa


Thursday, January 8th, 2009 — 3:54pm PST
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This morning we headed out to Camp Courageous of Iowa, a year-round respite and recreational facility and a very special place in the hearts of many. Camp Courageous was founded in 1972 when forty acres of land was donated for the sole purpose of establishing a camp for the disabled. In 1973 five buildings were […]

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