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Surrey filmmaker/musician need support in storyhive contest

Local Musician Liam Priddy & local Filmmaker Shelby Wilson join forces to make a music video for the Alzhiemer’s Society of Canada. The music video is called Silver and not only does it touch base on having Alzhiemer’s it highlights the struggle that families and caretakers have with the disease affecting a love one. The idea behind Silver is an elderly man in assisted living wakes daily to the routine of prescription medication, professional care and isolation. Mysterious forces open his mind to a rush of memories of his younger self, and past love. This music video plays with...

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Surrey Fusion Festival draws record crowd for 10th anniversary

Attendees celebrated Canada 150 through world-class music, food and culture  Surrey, BC | Over 120,000 festival-goers celebrated community diversity through culture, food, music and entertainment at the 10th annual Surrey Fusion Festival this weekend. Presented by Coast Capital Savings, the event included live entertainment on six stages and 44 cultural pavilions. “The 10th anniversary of Fusion Festival was a true milestone for this made in Surrey celebration of diversity and culture. A record crowd came out this year to enjoy the top-notch food, entertainment and star studded musical performances,” said Mayor Linda Hepner. “On behalf of Council, I would like to extend...

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KPU Fine Arts Faculty show their art in Shift

See the remarkable talent of the individuals teaching the next generation of this province’s artists! Shift: Kwantlen Polytechnic University Fine Arts Faculty opens July 22 at Surrey Art Gallery. Visitors will see works in traditional painting, ceramics, photography, and sculpture. The exhibit continues until November 5. Admission is free. Responsible for guiding the visions of many emerging Surrey-based artists, Kwantlen’s fine arts professors and instructors are formidable experts within their respective disciplines. Their practices encompass both the physical and theoretical exploration of material. Some artworks push the limits of the form, demonstrating mastery of traditional media, while others focus...

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16 Amazing Ways To Make Your Resume Stand Out From The Crowd

It’s a crowded job market and everyone is fiercely fighting for a piece of the pie. The average recruiter spends approximately six seconds reviewing every resume that crosses his desk. When you have a pile of resumes a foot high, you simply don’t have more time to give each resume. This means that the standard, boring resume created in Microsoft Word isn’t going to cut it. In today’s competitive market, you need more than a template. If you’re going to stand out amidst the obscene pile of resumes on a desk, you need to take serious steps. You need...

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Vancity grant allows King Creek headwaters to be cleaned up

Vancity’s Surrey City Centre Community Branch presented Nathan Ross, program coordinator of the Surrey Natural Areas Partnership (SNAP) with a cheque for $5,000 for a Vancity Community Partnership Program grant. The grant will be used to ​restore​ ​a​ ​wetland​ ​at​ ​the​ ​north​ ​end​ ​of​ ​Green Timbers​ ​Urban​ ​Forest​ ​Park​ in Surrey ​within​ ​the​ ​drainage​ ​basin​ ​of​ ​King​ ​Creek,​ ​a​ ​Class​ ​A​ ​salmon​ ​bearing stream.​ The Surrey Natural Areas Partnership is a partnership between the Green Timbers Heritage Society, the White Rock Naturalists Society, The Sunnyside Acres Heritage Society and the City of Surrey. Formed in 2001 it works to...

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