Monthly Archives: November 2013

2013 Taiwanese Film Festival, Nov 29

The 2013 Taiwanese Film Festival’s focus is to create more opportunities for Canadian audiences to learn about Taiwan. This years festival program proudly presents: Taiwan’s Owls: Silent Stalkers of the Night (2012) and The Rooftop(2013). Date: Friday, November 29, 2013. Films at 6pm and 7pm … Continue reading

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Warren Gill Memorial Lecture – Own Your City, Dec 6

Political engagement in cities is at an all-time low, but the passionate public discourse about visions for the places we live is louder than ever. What disconnect is hindering these conversations from translating ideas into reality? Jennifer Keesmaat, chief planner … Continue reading

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Job Opportunity: BC Water & Waste Association Transaction Clerk

Are you looking to make a meaningful difference with an organization committed to protecting public health and the environment? Are you a detail-driven transaction processing specialist who loves to interact with customers? The BC Water & Waste Association has a … Continue reading

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CityStudio Hullabaloo Holiday Party, Nov 29

CityStudio would like to invite you to our Holiday Party to support us, and join us to celebrate the hard work by everyone on the team! As a highlight, there will be a raffle for dinner with the Mayor for … Continue reading

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Managing Food Waste from Food Businesses, Nov 27

In 2015, food and food waste will be banned from the garbage throughout the Metro
Vancouver region. What does this mean for restaurants and other food businesses? Join
Metro Vancouver’s Sustainability Community Breakfast to learn how food businesses are
managing food waste, and … Continue reading

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Neighbourhood Matching Fund, next application deadline Nov 30

The Neighbourhood Matching Fund supports neighbourhood-based groups that want to make creative improvements to local public lands. Eligible projects must actively involve the community and build neighbourhood connections. The Neighbourhood Matching Fund is not a grant; community groups are reimbursed for … Continue reading

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