Links in the News
For a map of the route the St. Patrick’s Day parade in downtown Vancouver, click here.
Searching for Levi the dog. If you have any information on his whereabouts, contact the owner via Facebook.
5 Days for the Homeless: Students Supporting Youth at Risk
Mushroom Studios is offering seven free one hour spots for bands to come in and record two songs on March 20. The studio will be accepting submissions from artists until Friday March 15 2013 at 8pm. Send your submissions via the website at www.mushroomlastsession.com . If you have any questions contact them at email@example.com
If you would like more information on how you can help Sean Richardson and his family with their cancer journey, visit their website:
For more information, you can also visit the BC Childhood Cancer Parents Association website:
To see pictures of the “Twisty Tower”, go here.
Public Access to Defibrillation Program
For information on Hepatitis C and getting tested contact The Canadian Liver Foundation
To donate to help Josh Branigan’s recovery – He fell at Kye Beach Cliffs on New Year’s Day – the donation button is top right.
The Speak Up program is funding in part by a large donation from Coast Capital Savings ($432,000).
For more information, check the Speak Up website
Family and friends of Kevin Fry, the 20-year-old man missing from Surrey since New Year’s Day, have created a Facebook page to spread information about the search.
To donate to help the family of Courtney Canter, go here.
You can also call this phone number: (213) 800-2087
If you’d like to help raise a guide dog puppy you can contact the Pacific Assistance Dogs Society at www.pads.ca.
Rankings of North America’s most walkable cities.
Protecting yourself from cybercrime
Health Canada warning about Fisher Price Newborn Rock ‘N Play Sleeper
Information on how you can help make Daniel Northcott’s “Be Brave” documentary a reality
Recycling Council of B.C.
1. Under “What are you recycling?”, select “plastics.”
2. Under “Choose a specific item”, choose “P6 Expanded PS (Polystyrene)”
3. Under “Where are you recycling”, select your community
For more information on this Sunday’s Gluten Free Expo in Vancouver, go here.
Consumer Reports “Best value for automotive dollar“
Overall Best Value: Toyota Prius
Best Value Small Hatchbacks: Toyota Prius Four
Worst Value Small Hatchbacks: Ford Focus SE
Best Value Family Sedan: Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE
Worst Value Family Sedan: Chrysler 200 Limited (V6)
Best Value Large /Luxury SUV: Lexus RX 350
Worst Value Large /Luxury SUV: Nissan Armada Platinum
Best Value Minivan/Wagon: Toyota Prius V Three
Worst Value Minivan/Wagon: Chrysler Town & Country Touring-L
Best Value Small SUV: Honda CR-V EX
Worst Value Small SUV: Mini Cooper Countryman S
From Consumer Reports:
The Toyota Prius is the best value for your automotive dollar, unseating the Honda Fit, which has held the title for the past four years, our new analysis shows.
There are plenty of less expensive cars. But they can’t match the Prius for its comfortable ride, competent handling, roomy interior, excellent reliability, and, of course, its great fuel economy.
How do we measure value? The same way you may measure value in any other investment: by weighing the cost, benefit, and risk. The cars that are the best values are those that combine a low cost to operate, good reliability, and good performance in our tests.
Like penny stocks, a low purchase price doesn’t make a car a good value. The Nissan Versa sedan, for example, is one of the least expensive cars on the market. Yet it had a mediocre score in our tests and is not reliable. So despite its low price, it’s not worth the money, especially when you could buy a Hyundai Accent for just $500 more. That would get you a much nicer and more reliable car.
The same principle applies to bigger cars. The midsized Dodge Journey SUV sells for about $1,500 less than a V6 Toyota Highlander, yet its lower test scores and reliability make it much less of a value.
This year we analyzed more than 200 vehicles that our auto experts have recently tested, focusing on the cars’ relative benefits, as represented by our road-test scores; their relative risk of having problems, as reported in our Annual Auto Survey by subscribers who own them; and estimates of each vehicle’s five-year ownership costs (see “How we determine value” below). In short, the models that perform better overall in those categories are considered to be deals among their peers.
Ideas for things to do on New Year’s Eve
To donate blood, go to blood.ca.
To help with the North Shore Rescue base, go here to donate.
If you would like to donate to the Connor family:
Go to any TD Canada Branch and say you would like to donate to the Connor Trust Fund, account #9035-6371813.
Contact the Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-3000.
Ways to help the homeless at Christmas:
Details of the proposed new marijuana regulations are posted here. There will be a 75-day comment period and the Department will be receiving comments until February 28, 2013. Health Canada will keep all stakeholders informed as we continue to move through the regulatory process.
Leonida Tumanda Trust Fund
Donations can be made at any TD Bank branch by providing staff with the following information:
Account number: 6345314
Yuletide log spoof information – firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheques can be made out to the
Autumn Rose Johnson Fund
and mailed directly to:
6454 Killarney Street
Vancouver, BC V5S 2X7
If you have information about the WWI medals please contact Langley RCMP 604-532-3200
For info on ‘The Emily Project’ click on Ashton Caring Team button here
TD Canada Trust
Transit # 91030
PALS Autism School
Social media has changed the way individual can solicit donations.
To follow Lilee-Jean’s progress, you can visit her website or Facebook page:
A local Vancouver company has developed a crowdfunding platform:
For more information on the Aprons for Gloves fundraiser, click here:
To file a complaint against banking and payment processing companies through the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, go here.
As a consumer, you have 90 calendar days from the date of withdrawal to report an incorrect or unauthorized pre-authorized debit from your account to your financial institution and to seek reimbursement.
Canadians donate more than 8.2 billion dollars a year to charities. There are 86,000 registered charities across the country, yet the vast majority of donations goes to a very small number of charities.
The Transplant Research Foundation of BC supports BC-based transplantation research. Last year, 295 British Columbians had an organ transplant.
The Project Limelight Society provides a free theatre program to kids on the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.
All proceeds from the East of Main Cafe go to support Project Limelight.
Christmas at OWL
Saturday Dec, 8th
10am – 3pm
3800 – 72nd Street
McBride School Playground
To vote for McBride to receive the money needed to upgrade their playground, click here. Voting opens at 9 a.m. on December 3.
To watch the video that Bill Henderson of Chilliwack made with the school’s children, click here.
Teen Dating Abuse conference in Surrey.
Maple Batalia’s family will be at the day-long conference.
Date: December 5th, 8:30am-4:00pm
Place: Surrey Arts Centre
Registration Fee: $35/person
To register, phone 604-501-5100 or visit www.surrey.ca/crimereduction.
To find out more about the campaign to save McLellan Park Forest, go here.
Stem cell donations:
Abbotsford Police and Fire Fighters work to rebuild Connor family home.
Anyone wishing to donate to the cause is asked to contact Abbotsford Police officer Sgt. Judy Dizy at 604-835-1316
To find out how to participate in Movember, go here.
The Canadian Diabetes Association encourages everyone to get checked.
To learn the warning signs of diabetes, go here.
Trust fund for the Connors
Trust fund for Bill and Ann Connor at the TD Canada Trust.
The number is 9035-6371813 and monetary donations can be given at any branch.
NoPlay it forward vember 5
To vote for Project True, go here.
To vote for Trailrider for Less Mobile, go here.
To help Victor Duarte’s children – Donations can be made at any RBC branch under the account ‘In Trust of Victor Duarte’. Anyone wanting to make a donation should note the location of where the account was set up: 4501 West 10th Avenue, Vancouver.
Computers for Schools B.C.
Delta firefighters are organizing a special fundraising event to help out one of their own members, Mike Bjarnason. Mike’s wife Jennifer Rumley has a rare condition called spinal cavernoma which burst, leaving her paralyzed. The goal of the fundraiser is to raise enough money for a new wheelchair-lift equipped vehicle.
Friday November 2
Shady Island Pub
3800 Bayview Street, Steveston
$40 includes burger, fries and beer
The family also has a trust fund set up at Vancity:
Jennifer Rumley & family IN TRUST
Vancity Account: 24489
2013 Vancouver Police Dog Squad Calendar:
All of the money raised goes to the BC Cancer Foundation and the BC Children’s Foundation.
The cost of each calendar is $10.00 and they are available for purchase online and at the following locations, with their generous support:
Tisol Pet Nutrition & Supply Stores – all locations
Vancouver Police Public Service Counter, 3585 Graveley Street
Vancouver Police Museum, 240 E. Cordova Street
Animal Care Clinic, 2303 Alberta Street
BC Cancer Foundation, 2560 Heather Street, main floor
BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, 938 W. 28th Avenue
Vancouver Community Policing Centres – all locations
For more information, go here:
Amanda Todd trust fund is at the Royal Bank of Canada, which is accepting donations in Amanda’s name at all branches.
The Bennett family fundraiser
November 7 at 6 p.m.
John B. Pub in Coquitlam
Coast Capital Savings
Bennett family trust account
PayPal account is email@example.com
If you have any tips on the Amanda Todd investigation, send them to: AmandaTODDinfo@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.
For more on Moses Chan’s story, go here.
To find out more about “Say Hi on the Bus Day”, check out the Facebook page:
While little four-year-old Phoenix is one tough fighter, battling leukemia, her parents Jennifer and Rahman have been dealing with another problem – their finances. Creditors have been calling every few months demanding payment. Right now, their job is to be at their daughter’s side at Canuck Place and they aren’t able to work.
If you want to help or hear more about their story, click here: http://loveforphoenix.wordpress.com/
The federal government has tabled a new bill to help alleviate some of the financial burden on families with sick children, but it isn’t law yet:
For more information on Canuck Place, click here:
If looking to purchase a deal through a daily deal website, BBB recommends consumers:
–Check out the business. Thoroughly research the business offering the special. Utilize BBB Business Reviews to see the company’s BBB rating and any history of complaints. Call the local City Hall to see if the company is operating with a business license.
–Read the fine print. Make sure you fully understand the terms and conditions that come with the offer. Not every business has the same policy and those changes may be reflected in the offer details.
–Verify the refund policy. Before making a purchase, consumers should know the stipulations for receiving a refund. Make sure to understand both the business refund policy as well as the refund policy of the collective buying site.
–Pay with a credit card. Credit cards offer additional protection in the case that you do not receive your products or coupon promotion. For non-delivery of goods, you can request a credit card chargeback.
–To check the reliability of a company and find trustworthy businesses, visit http://www.mbc.bbb.org.
Here are the links to the expired deals on Dealfind at Sherry Jordan’s two businesses no longer in operation, Hello Gorgeous and The Spa and Wellness Studio at Fitness World:
You can contact Dealfind customer service here:
Here is the link to the Groupon deal at The Spa and Wellness Studio at Fitness World:
Customers with any questions are encouraged to call Groupon at 1 (888) 375-5777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Highway of Tears / E-PANA tip line – 1-877-543-4822
To learn more about adopting an elephant – The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
To download “Noah’s Song,” go here.
Proceeds will go to help pay for Noah’s therapy.
To help Adam, who has Albinism, contact the charity Under the Same Sun.
To help Janette Camba – the Tim Hortons worker who needs a kidney transplant:
Donations can be made at any of the three following locations:
#106 West Queens Road, North Vancouver, (inside the Esso Station) – V7N 2K3, Phone # – 604-988-9968
#1409 Marine Drive, North Vancouver, V5P 1T5, Phone # – 604-983-8729
#2747 Mtn. Highway, North Vancouver, V7J 3Ng, Phone # – 604-986-9114
Or at any CIBC location
In Trust to Janette Camba
The latest Canadian Community Health Survey data indicates that children who watch more than 2 hours of screen time (TV, computer, video games) per day have double the incidence of over-weight and obesity when compared to children who watch less than 1 hour per day.
For more information on the Screen Smart program, designed for students from K to Grade 7, click here:
Participating restaurants in the “Tickled Pink Dessert Campaign” for Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation include:
• Biercraft Bistro l 3305 Cambie Street, Vancouver
• Biercraft Tap and Tapas l 1191 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
• Big Ridge Brewing Company l 5580 152nd St, Surrey
• Burgoo – Kitsilano l 2272 W. 4th Avenue, Vancouver
• Burgoo – Mount Pleasant l 3096 Main Street, Vancouver
• Burgoo – North Vancouver l 3 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
• Burgoo – Point Grey l 4434 W. 10th Avenue, Vancouver
• Delta Vancouver Suites l 550 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
• Enigma l 4397 10th Avenue West, Vancouver
• Frankie’s Italian Kitchen l 773 Beatty Street, Vancouver
• Incendios l 103 Columbia Street, Vancouver
• Lolitas l 1326 Davie Street Vancouver
• Pier 73 l 3500 Cessna Drive, Richmond
• Ric’s Grill – Whistler l 4154 Village Green, Whistler
• Sandbar Restaurant l 1535 Johnston Street Creekhouse #102. Granville Island, Vancouver
• Soirette Macaron and Tea l 1433 West Pender Street Vancouver
• The mix by Ric’s Whistler l 4237 Village Stroll, Whistler
Register for the Port Mann Bridge tolling system
Stolen Wedding Pictures
Anyone with information on the image card that was stolen with a Canon 5D SLR camera is asked to contact:
There is a $500 reward for the return
Another way to anonymously return the memory card, no questions asked, is to mail it to:
180 West 3rd Street
BC Cancer Foundation
HEART HEALTH STUDY
Recruiting both European and South Asian children grades 2-3 and 9-10 in Greater Vancouver.
Schools and parents welcomed to participate.
For more information contact:
Join our live blog today from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. PT to ask experts about cyberbullying in Canada.
Grilled cheese recipes:
To vote for Ladner Girls U10 Development Team Storm, go here.
People can go to any CIBC in Canada and make a deposit to the “Richard Fehr Memorial Fund”. Account numbers are not required.
To help victims of the Maple Ridge fire, email email@example.com.
Please send Mount Currie house fire donations to the Mount Currie Fire Department
If you would like to help Karen Pawis get a new motor for her wheelchair – please contact:
Donations can be made online at:
Please write KAREN’S WHEELCHAIR FUND in the Message/Instructions box
Donations by mail can be sent to:
543 Powell Street
Cheques should be made out to Mission Possible – but write KAREN’S WHEELCHAIR FUND in the notation.
The Great Canadian Shoreline Clean-up – September 15 – 23
To follow North Vancouver teacher Ian Cunliffe’s run across BC, “22 Marathons against Bill 22”, check out his Facebook page:
He starts August 8 in Sparwood
The “Vancouver, Then and Now” app is $1.99 and available on iTunes.
For donations to help Glenn Hampton pay for the high-seas rescue of Cedar and Bananas, please go to any Scotiabank.
Acct 90290 01782 25 (under name Tracy Hampton)
Do you have something to say about the City of Vancouver’s transportation plan? Officials are looking for public feedback on commuting – walking, driving, cycling and transit — http://talkvancouver.com/transportation
Learn more about becoming a donor at the BC Transplant website
Gastown Grand Prix
For more tips on how to reduce fuel consumption, click here.
Chelsea Steyns benefit trip
Scooter stolen from disabled woman
File # 2012-17140
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Foundation in Trust – Yuzhe Zhong
Account number 004-9720-5240599
Transit number: 9720
Donations can be made at any TD Bank and other financial institutions
Our Ride for Men
More information on the Banana Bread Orphanage and their contact info – Jaaja’s Home of Angels Society, P.O. Box 734, Stn. A, Abbotsford, B.C. V2T 7A1
The public is encouraged to forward to researchers copies of text messages it’s already sent. People can either text them directly to 202202 on their cellphones or add them via http://www.text4science.ca
Drop-in immunization clinics for Fairway Markets Quadra location employees and eligible members of the public will take place Sunday April 1, at the Victoria Health Unit, 1947 Cook Street (corner of Cook and Pembroke) from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
A photography exhibition entitled “Disaster and Recovery” presented by the Consulate General of Japan will be held at the Pendulum Gallery March 12-23.
The gallery is located at 885 W. Georgia Street.
A link between where you live and heart attacks – Free public health forum
Nutrition Chicken– VIDEO
Canada West Veterinary Specialists are accepting donations to help pay for Rumble’s care. If you’d like to donate, call them directly. The number for the vets is: 604-473-4882.
To send help for Rumble, the dog shot during a home invasion, any donations can be made to:
Canada West Veterinary Specialists
1988 Kootenay Street
Jobs for Developmentally Delayed
For more information about hiring contact:
Employment Initiatives Coordinator
Community Living BC
For more on Bath Bomb business:
To participate in the BC Generations Project call 604-675-8221 or 1-877-675-8221. You can also visit their website BCGenerationsproject.ca
To inquire about adopting a turtle, visit reptileguy.ca
To donate to the Trust Fund for Nico, go to Canada Trust, and donate to:
c/o Justina Pike
Acct # 6361303 Branch 9035
For information on the five missing Vancouver men, go here.
Rahman Family Trust Fund — “Aerocar Service”
Bank of Montreal
Transit number: 2168
Bank Number: 1998-939
Catherine Pope’s “Forever Family” series:
Interested in Adoption?
Individuals interested in adopting or wanting more information on adoption can call 1 877 ADOPT-07 (1 877 236-7807), they can visit the Ministry of Children and Family website at http://www.mcf.gov.bc.ca/adoption/index.htm, or they can visit the Adoptive Families Association of BC’s website at http://www.bcadopt.com.
To help Michael Henderson:
Contact Dennis McCowan
If you wish to donate clothing or articles to the family that lost their house in Nanoose Bay fire, donations are being accepted at the Tsown tsun lelum treatment center located at 699 Capilano Rd, Lantzville, B.C. or call 250-390-3123.
Trust fund for Sheila and Andrew Nabb – Account number – 6519124. Transit number – 8072. Donations can be made at any branch across Canada
HELP RYDER RECOVER HIS BACKPACK, LAPTOP & HARDDRIVE.
Stolen from Santa Barbara Market on Commercial Drive
Right to Play: Canada-Uganda Challenge
An Open Letter from the Honourable Joe Oliver, Minister of Natural Resources
Save the Vancouver Biennale artwork, “A-Maze-ing Laughter” (more info)
To donate $5, text “ART” to 45678 on your mobile device.
Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports
Supporting Kara Wagner, donations to:
Salmon Arm Branch TD Canada
Salmon Arm and Sicamous Branches of The Credit Union
Trust fund for Dan Botkin, volunteer firefighter
Dan Botkin Memorial Fund – account #322214
Enderby & District Credit Union
EDCU Route and Transit number is 17310-809 (if you need it)
Free family-friendly New Years Eve events
Noon recipe – Earls Pineapple Ginger Margarita
Search for Matthew Huszar:
Recipe from Noon Show – Sweet Potato casserole
Noon show recipe –Christmas french toast
The interactive map of Metro Vancouver’s most spectacular Christmas lights displays
Healthy Appetizers Recipes from the Noon News
Update on the Banana Bread Orphanage – visit Jaaja Barb’s Home of Angels
To volunteer to raise puppies, contact: West Coast Assistance Teams
For more information about the stranded sea turtles visit WildWhales.org
Vancouver is known as a leader in transplant research. For more information visit the BC Transplant website, Aaron and Elaine’s blog about their daughter Addison, and the Children’s Organ Transplant Society website.
If anyone has any information connected to the recent arrest of Xiao Sean Zhang contact CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or the Vancouver Police at 604-717-3912.
Starting December 5 vote for the Northern Lights Wildlife Society in the Aviva Community Fund contest.
World Parrot Refuge on Vancouver Island
Surrey student’s pajama drive, more info:
– purchase new PJs (newborn to 16 yrs)
– drop them off at:
– Browns Socialhouse Restaurants
– Rosemary Heights Elementary
– Star of the Sea Elementary
– Royal City Farmers Market Dec 3rd Attend the Pyjama Drive day at any lower mainland Browns Socialhouse on Sunday Dec. 4th and receive 50 percent off your food when you bring in PJs.
Donations must be in by Dec 5th
Help the Dyck family of Campbell River:
Shark fin story:
Family threatened with eviction:
Grey Cup recipes:
Sweet Onion Bacon Dip
6 strips of double smoked bacon, chopped
¼ cup extra-virgin olive oil
3 lbs cooking onions, peeled, halved, and thinly sliced
1 ½ teaspoon kosher salt
2 tablespoons white-wine vinegar
1 ½ cups full fat mayonnaise – no miracle whip
1 cup full fat sour cream
In a small skillet, cook the bacon until the fat is rendered out. Drain bacon, reserving the fat in the pan. Heat olive oil in a large skillet. Add onions and salt. Cook onions over low heat, stirring occasionally, until they are soft and deep golden in color, about 1 hour. Add water if needed. Add the vinegar in the last minute of cooking. Cool to room temperature. In a large bowl, stir together the mayonnaise, sour cream, onions, and bacon.
Serve this dip with potato chips or raw celery
Spicy Sausage Heroes
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for brushing
1 pound red bell peppers, thinly sliced
1 large red onion, thinly sliced
2 garlic cloves, thinly sliced
1 teaspoon dried oregano, crumbled
½ teaspoon crushed red pepper (or more if you want them extra spicy)
Kosher salt & black pepper to taste
6 Italian sausages – casings removed
Heat a large frying pan on the stove top, add the oil, bell peppers, onion, garlic, oregano and crushed red pepper and season with salt & pepper. Cook over moderate heat, stirring occasionally, until the peppers are softened and just beginning to brown, about 6 minutes. Meanwhile, over moderate heat, brown the sausage meat until nicely browned. Once it is cooked, drain excess fat & add to the vegetables and keep warm. Brush the rolls with olive oil and toast in a frying pan or in the oven. Fill the rolls with the sausage and peppers – top with sliced provolone cheese and serve with lots of napkins
Purchase Michael Coss’ book on Amazon here
Mayors oppose pot laws – stoptheviolencebc
The top 25 stolen passwords:
Love for Lilee – Loveforlilee.com
Thunderbird Elementary: 604-713-4611
A trust fund in support of the family of slain teen Taylor Van Diest has been set up. You can donate to:
Van Diest Family Trust Fund
Valley First Credit Union
Chris O’Donohue – The Great Canadian Landscaping Co.
Lisa von Sturmer- Growing City Urban Composting
Matt Williams & Justin Williams
Williams & White industrial manufacturing
Generation HOW? – B.C. Job Trend Tracker
Indeed search – Jobs and careers in Fort St. John
In Memory of Jason Price Krull
Special Line for CLBC families – 1-877-660-2522
Tips to help you live to 100 – Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
On the Line playing at the Vancouver Film Festival
Trust fund information for Jamie Kehoe: Payable to Brian A Taylor In Trust for Jamie Kehoe or Tammy Taylor In Trust for Jamie Kehoe at TD Canada Trust in Whalley.
Be Bear Aware:
Expanded allergy alert in certain Kimchi products – public warning issued
Dr. Riley Senft’s personal quest to save the lives of future Prostate Cancer victims by educating men on the steps to early Prostate Cancer detection. Learn more at stepintoaction.ca
‘Lost: The Rita Chretien Story’ airs Sunday, October 9 on Global BC at 4 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. (11 a.m. on all other Global stations). For more information, visit the “Context with Lorna Dueck” website.
Information about free Nicotine Replacement Therapy will be available as of September 30 by calling 811.
The Great Bear Rainforest
Trey Purcell, suffering from Hunter Syndrome
Visit their website: www.onceuponacure.com
Contact: Deb Purcell, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to prepare yourself for an earthquake:
Government of Canada
Julien Sylvester/Hagar Trust Fund
Donations can be made at any CIBC branch
VPD Riot Suspects Identification website
Jack Layton’s letter to all Canadians (full text)
Hannah Christensen’s book signing:
WHERE: Chapters on W. Broadway
WHEN: Saturday at 11 a.m.
WEB SITE: www.celebratethechild.ca
Jas Singh’s charity farm “God’s Little Acre”
Phone number: 7787088582
To report poachers, call 1-800-465-4336 or in Greater Vancouver: 604-607-4186
Drugs possibly affected by shortage:
Colistimethate for injection USP
Daunorubicin hydrochloride for injection
Doxorubicin hydrochloride injection
Streptomycin for injection USP
Tobramycin for injection USP
A trust fund for Marjorie Lovatt, who was the victim of fraud, has been set up at TD Canada Trust. Anyone can donate from any branch using the transit number 01750, and the account number 6442324.
Live at YVR
August 3, 2011
Kidney donor shortage:
August 2, 2011
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch:
August 1, 2011
Donations can be made at any TD Canada Trust branch to the ‘Penticton Victim’s Trust Fund’ starting August 2. More information and a PayPal link can also be found on the Facebook pageSupport for Penticton Hostage Survivor.
July 28, 2011
July 27, 2011
July 26, 2011
Watch the raw video released by IHIT of the stabbing suspects in the death of Devon Allaire-Bell
IHIT tip line – 1-877-551-IHIT(4448)
CrimeStoppers – 1-800-222-TIPS(8477)
July 25, 2011
July 24, 2011
July 22, 2011
–To audition for Oprah’s “The Million Dollar Neighbourhood” series, email@example.com
–Donations for the Rheubottom family in Abbotsford can be made to either the Abbotsford Salvation Army c/o of the Pineview Family Fire; or at any Envision Financial: transit number 37910, institution number 809, account number 905347521
–Information on giant hogweed
–Canadian aid to Somalia:
July 21, 2011
July 20, 2011
Tyler’s Firewood Company
Phone number: 604-541-8450
To pick up small downed trees or to purchase firewood bundles in the South Surrey and Whiterock area
July 18, 2011
July 17, 2011
July 15, 2011