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I just joined and am seeking to make contact with fellow residents in the south Burnaby area.
Added by Jonathan Rider on August 27, 2012 at 8:44am — No Comments
We’d love to see you at the PNE.
Our Home Harvest Farms exhibit is in the Barn with the animals and we’re right beside the pig races.
I’m not sure how I feel about that.
On display, we have a variety of new container gardening and greenhouse systems including a modular three-in-one greenhouse.
We also have a cedar planter designed for school grounds and we’re encouraging PAC’s to install these teaching gardens at their schools.…
Added by Philip Be'er on August 23, 2012 at 11:52am — No Comments
Hello, We are going travelling for 7 months and need to find a home for some chickens. One, Mathilda is a good layer, easy going. An Astralorp, another, Ophelia is a dear old Orpington.. a beautiful chicken but doesn;t lay often. The other two, Beatrice -the Head chick.. quite a character, quite dominant.. a reasonable layer is a Barred Rock.. and the last one Brucie another Astrolorp, but doesn;t often lay. Anyway.. Let me know.. I have a big sack of organic layers mash too. Mary…Continue
Added by Mary O'Donovan on August 22, 2012 at 7:14am — No Comments
By Eric Doherty, July 30, 2012
TransLink’s plan to replace the four-lane Pattullo Bridge with a new six-lane bridge at an estimated cost of up to $1 billion has not attracted much attention, with the exception of some concerned residents in New Westminster and Surrey.
But the constantly evolving movement against tar-sands expansion is set to make this and other roadway expansion projects a new front in the battle over pipelines and tankers.
See full article and comments…Continue
Added by Eric Doherty on August 2, 2012 at 2:19pm — No Comments
By Andrew Cuthbert
It is by no means a new idea that car travel and dependency is bad for the environment, health and a host of other derivatives. But as life goes on and the pace of change seems to only move at a crawl, it can be hard to find alternative transport methods and hang up your keys. Finding alternatives is what Transportation Transformations: Building Complete Communities and a Zero Emission Transportation System is all about. As part of the Canadian Centre for Policy…Continue
Added by Eric Doherty on August 2, 2012 at 2:18pm — No Comments