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Surrey Women’s Centre’s #DiaperCampaign Benefits Low Income Mothers Living In Surrey

Collecting diaper donations for mothers living in Surrey August 1-­18 Surrey, BC | August 1, 2017 | Surrey Women’s Centre will be collecting diaper donations from August 1-­‐18th, benefiting under-­‐privileged mothers who have a difficult time providing for their families. Here are the ways you can contribute to the #DiaperCampaign cause: Donate a box of new, unopened diapers to the Surrey Women’s Centre between August 1-­‐18th, 2017. Call Amanda at 604-­‐589-­‐1868 Ext. 243 for more details on drop off location and times. Share the #DiaperCampaign on social media via Surrey Women’s Centre Facebook Post [facebook.com/SurreyWomensCentre]. For every 5 shares, Shoppers Drug Mart will donate a...

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Surrey Launches Brush Fire Sign Campaign

Surrey, BC | The most likely and frequent cause of brush/grass fires is an improperly disposed of cigarette or smoking material. In an effort to curb these kinds of preventable incidents, the Surrey Fire Service will be placing signs on site when a fire crew attends a brush/grass fire. The signs will be used in high traffic areas such as a median or at the entrance to a park trail. Between May 1 2017 and July 26 2017 the Surrey Fire Service has responded to 256 brush/grass fires. The majority of the brush fires in the City of Surrey...

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Confessions of a Creative Mind is the handbook every writer needs

The “Guide for Writers to Get Right in the Head” tackles the hardest part of writing: The ego battles and Monkey Mind chatter of the artist Ryan Smith is hoping writers and creative-minded people can avoid making the mistakes he has made through his creative journey so far with his debut book, Confessions of a Creative Mind: A Writer’s Guide to Getting Right in the Head. Confessions of a Creative Mind is a two-pronged approach to the warfare of creative writing: Firstly, to come to terms with and overcome the Monkey Mind – the fear, doubt and insecurities that can...

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“Surrey Our New Home” refugee strategy released

Surrey, BC | Over the past decade Surrey has become the primary destination for refugees arriving in British Columbia.  Last year alone, over half of the Syrian refugees that arrived in Metro Vancouver settled in Surrey.  Given the unique challenges that refugees face, the Surrey Local Immigration Partnership (LIP) developed a three-year strategy called “Surrey Our New Home”. Investing in the potential of refugee youth is the strategy’s top priority – not surprising given the majority of refugees are children and youth.  Other priorities are: supporting economic self-sufficiency and inclusion; enhancing service capacity and coordination; and enhancing social inclusion. “Surrey...

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WorkSafeBC Launches Young-Worker Safety Campaign

Injured young worker says trust your instincts when it comes to safety WorkSafeBC is reaching out to both employers of young workers and young workers themselves to be vigilant about workplace safety. Between 2012 and 2016, more than 32,000 young workers aged 15 to 24 were injured on the job; of those more than 3,600 were seriously injured — an average of 14 per week. Jack Thomas is a young worker who lives with this reality every day. In 2015, as Jack was working near a conveyer belt that had been turned off, the belt suddenly started up and...

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Published 8/15/2017 in Sr3y

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