Ladner, Canada Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Project helping homeless overcome 'huge barrier' - lost IDRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2017 | CBC News

    For Ottawa's most vulnerable a missing piece of ID can mean the difference between staying in a shelter and getting their own home. A new pilot project is helping people from one of Ottawa's most vulnerable populations replace lost or stolen identification - a process organizers say is simple for most, but "a big mountain to climb" for those living on the street.


  2. Kodiaks down Wolf Pack 4-2: Action PhotosRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    The Aldergrove Kodiaks took their seventh straight win Wednesday evening at Aldergrove Arena, with a 4-2 win over the visiting North Vancouver Wolf Pack. The result improves the Kodiaks to 56 points after 34 games, with a league-leading 28 wins and six losses in the regular season.


  3. Is medical marijuana on the job a major risk for employers?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2017 |

    Medical cannabis has been named among the top biggest legal risks for businesses in 2017, according to a report from Canada's largest law firm. In its annual report on key trends and regulatory changes, Borden Ladner Gervais predicts medical marijuana will have a major impact on businesses - such as the possibility of employees being stoned on the job.


  4. Winging it in winterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 3, 2017 | Surrey Leader

    It's cold outside - the perfect season for birdwatching at the George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary on Westham Island. Located just a half-hour drive from Surrey, the 300-hectare wetland is a resting stop or home to dozens of species of migrating birds.


  5. Getting Deltans home safe with Operation Red NoseRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2016 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    It's a fair question: How fun can it be to give up your Saturday night to driver drunk people home? That's what keeps hundreds of volunteers coming back year after year to donate their time to Operation Red Nose, including Delta MP and Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities Carla Qualtrough, who along with her husband Eron Maine has volunteered for the past three years. "We actually fell in love with it two years ago.


  6. Eagles, snakes, and nukes: the quirkiest B.C. tales of 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2016 | CBC News

    This solid gold eagle statue encrusted with diamonds and an emerald was stolen from owner Ron Shore in a mugging incident in May. There was no shortage of the outlandish in 2016, and British Columbians had their fair share of quirky stories. From a million-dollar heist to the potential discovery of a long-lost nuclear bomb, here's are some of the year's most peculiar tales.


  7. The Christmas bird count, a 'citizen science project,' thrives in B.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 25, 2016 | The Globe and Mail

    Flocks of snow geese soar from a field on Westham Island in Delta, north of Vancouver, in this file photo from Nov. 15, 2001. For about 30 years, David Boyd has been co-ordinating an annual Christmas bird count in the South Vancouver and Marpole areas as part of a massive, continent-spanning effort.


  8. Invisibles and DisposablesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2016 | The Philipine Reporter

    For the third year, the Migrant Workers' Dignity Association and Migrante BC, two grassroots organizations working with Spanish-speaking and Filipino temporary foreign workers, marked International Migrants Day this December 18th at the Gordon Neighbourhood House in Vancouver's West End. A red-letter day for migrant and human rights activists, it was on this day in 1990, that the United Nations adopted the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of Migrant Workers and Members of their Families, and since 2000, this day has been observed globally to bring attention to the large number of migrant workers and their situation everywhere.


  9. Magic in the mountains-Therapeutic properties of horses and natureRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2016 | Sun Peaks Independent News

    Just off of a snowy dirt road connecting Sun Peaks to Adams Lake and Barriere, there's a ranch with red roofs tucked in the woods. If you were to turn up the driveway you would be greeted by friendly dogs, a flock of chickens and Hillary Schneider waving at you from the covered porch of a large lodge.


  10. New Contaminated Sites Regulations in British ColumbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2016 | HAZMAT Magazine

    On September 21, 2016, the Minister of Environment Mary Polak amended the Contaminated Sites Regulation , B.C. Reg. 375/96 .


  11. The murky beginnings of a new Canadian bankRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2016 | The Globe and Mail

    The founder and a chief investor of a new Canadian bank aimed at Chinese Canadians was fined for mishandling client insurance claims and faced allegations he duped Chinese immigrants into buying expensive policies they could not afford. Another principal investor in Wealth One Bank of Canada misrepresented his credentials on the bank's website, claiming he was a senior ranking member of China's legislature and an advisory body to that country's leaders.


  12. Seniors town hall highlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2016 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    I was invited by the Liberal Riding Association to present the Seniors 55+ Housing Survey results at a non-partisan town hall meeting in Ladner. Two things came out of that meeting that I believe deserve more exposure: one is the South Delta seniors' bus and the other is grants for people needing financial help to fix their homes or pay their rent.


  13. Seniors support discussed at Delta town hall meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2016 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Over one hundred seniors took advantage of the opportunity to attend the inaugural seniors town hall meeting on Nov. 10 at the Ladner Community Centre. All three levels of government were represented on the panel of four, which was a first according to organizers.


  14. How companies are using "litigation financing" to invest in winning lawsuitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2016 | Canadian Business Magazine

    Backing someone else's lawsuit for a cut of the successful outcome used to be taboo, but despite the qualms, it's quickly become a booming industry This summer, at startup accelerator Y Combinator's Demo Day, entrepreneur Eva Shang stood on a stage and proposed a solution to a problem that has nagged many people in, or affected by, the legal industry for years: litigation financing. Shang's startup, Legalist , uses an algorithm to determine the likelihood that a lawsuit will succeed.


  15. Dream of moving to Canada? You probably can't afford itRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2016 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    This condo, 12 Water Street #408, is listed for $899,000 . It is in Vancouver's Gastown neighborhood.


  16. Delta seniors weigh in on housing needsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2016 | The Now Newspaper

    However, a significant number of respondents indicate that they have challenges with affordability. There are also concerns about supply.


  17. Around Town: Sold-out JNF Negev Dinner honours Barbara FarberRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2016 |

    Honouree Barbara Farber at this year's Jewish National Fund of Ottawa Negev Dinner held at the EY Centre on Thursday, October 27, 2016, with Soloway Wright lawyer Lawrence Soloway, chairman of the board at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute. Our first snowy taste of winter couldn't stop a crowd of nearly 600 from arriving to the EY Centre on Thursday to honour celebrated businesswoman Barbara Farber at the National Jewish Fund of Ottawa's annual Negev Dinner.


  18. Canada watches Ontario's next move on lien act reformRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2016 | Journal of Commerce

    Whatever decision the Ontario government makes regarding the 100 recommendations contained in its Construction Lien Act review could have a ripple effect across Canada with various stakeholders waiting intently to see what transpires. This was the sentiment among members who recently attended the Canadian Construction Association's fall board meeting in Fort McMurray, Alta.


  19. Black Bond Books closing after nearly four decades in LangleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2016 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    President Cathy Jesson said she is having a hard time reading to the end of her Langley bookstore's story but she accepts that it is the end. Jesson has nine other bookstores that are thriving but Langley "was a hard market" surrounded by big box stores and in a tough location."


  20. Why Tom Dodds quit as a director of Essar Steel AlgomaSince India's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2016 | SooToday

    In early 2014, Essar Steel Algoma was a billion dollars in the red with creditors howling up and down Wallace Terrace. Chief executive officer at Sault Ste. 3 comments