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Surrey Santa Parade and Big Rigs for Kids 2018


Thursday, November 29th, 2018 — 9:01am PDT
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Surrey Santa Parade & Big Rigs for Kids on Sunday, December 2, 2018 supporting the Surrey Food Bank and Surrey Christmas Bureau in Cloverdale & at City Hall

One Girl Can Holiday Card Campaign


Tuesday, November 27th, 2018 — 9:10am PDT
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As part of GivingTuesday, on November 27th One Girl Can are proud to be partnering with AG Hair, who will match all donations and One Girl Can Holiday Card made throughout the day, doubling the impact of all donations.

5 GivingTuesday Ideas in Vancouver


Tuesday, November 27th, 2018 — 8:50am PDT
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GivingTuesday is a global movement for giving and volunteering, taking place each year after Black Friday. The “Opening day of the giving season,” it’s a time when charities, companies and individuals join together and rally for favourite causes.

Pet Photos with Santa Hosted by the BC SPCA


Wednesday, November 21st, 2018 — 11:44am PDT
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Pet Photos with Santa Hosted by the BC SPCA: Various locations across BC from November 17 – December 9, 2018. The whole family can come meet Santa and get your holiday photos for Christmas cards or keepsakes, and the funds will help support animals at your local BC SPCA branch. All well-behaved pets on leash or in a carrier are welcome.

CBC Vancouver Open House & Food Bank Day


Wednesday, November 21st, 2018 — 9:52am PDT
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CBC Vancouver Open House & Food Bank Day is Friday, December 7, 2018 6:00am to 6:00pm at CBC Vancouver (700 Hamilton St). Enjoy a variety of activities including newsroom tours, live radio broadcasts featuring musical guests and meet-and-greets with local and national CBC hosts and reporters, including the new CBC Vancouver News team.

Stanley Park’s Small Wonders


Monday, November 19th, 2018 — 8:00am PDT
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Owls and racoons are easy to spot but some of the best gifts of Stanley Park come in very small packages, and it’s worth the time it takes to find them. Read about these tiny discoveries in this month’s Stanley Park Ecology Society Guest Post by Kathleen Stormont.