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MMA Fighter Gary “Saint Lion” Mangat Is Quickly Becoming A Local Legend In And Out Of The Cage

Back in May of 2008, Gary “Saint Lion” Mangat was beginning his amateur MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) career just as the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) was at its early stages of breaking into the mainstream. That year the UFC hosted 20 events — double what they had put on in 2005 and its most in the sport’s history opening year in 1993. Suffice to say, Mangat, the former accountant, was getting into the world of fighting at the right time. Early on, Mangat remembers, “I started from the ground up.” With no background in any style of fighting or...

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Surrey’s Talented Young Athletes Well-Represented At 2017 Canada Games In Winnipeg

Every four years, the top young athletes from all 10 provinces across Canada gather to participate in the summer-installment of the Canada Games. This year, the games are being held in Winnipeg, Manitoba-it is the second time the Canada Games have been held in the nation’s centre-most province-from July 28th-August 13th. Over the course of the two-week event, thousands of top-tier youth athletes will go for gold in 16 different sports. Team B.C. will field 354 athletes. A majority (57%) of the athletes in this year’s games are B.C. Games alumni, so representing their province is not new to...

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Mastering Your Business For Maximum Profit & Success Workshop Event

Published 12/9/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

HUGE HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT – MASSIVE BUSINESS EVENT IN SURREY JANUARY 3rd

This 2-hour event is jam-packed with tools and strategies that you can implement in your business immediately. This is not another fluffy “introductory event” like you may have experienced, it’s designed to get you on the right track to maximizing growth, sales and profit.
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Last night I promised you wouldn’t die – I rescind that promise.

Published 12/7/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

This is the written response to a real event which took place on Tuesday night at the shooting at 148th and 64th. 
Last night I promised you wouldn’t die.

I am now rescinding that promise.

Last night as I was driving home, I came upon what I thought was a car accident scene. I could hear you yelling for help. I could vaguely see your shape lying on the road in the dark.

I saw the… read more ❯

Coffee Lovers – Make Your Next Brew A Level Ground Trade

Published 12/3/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

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Coffee lovers – pay attention!

Stacey Toews and his team at Level Ground Trading are bringing something incredible to the global economy that is lacking in most transactions – something so powerful it changes the way we think about the products we purchase and our consumer impact.

They are bringing the human narrative into the story.

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The World-Wide Inspiration Behind Surrey’s Light Rail Transit

Published 12/3/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

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Surrey is the second largest city in British Columbia and by 2041 it is expected that another 300,000 residents will be joining our neighbourhoods. One of the top questions from Surrey residents is, “How are we all going to get around?” We want to know what will happen to our roadways and the infrastructure. And we are concerned that if something isn’t put in place soon, we’ll not only be… read more ❯

How Surrey’s Coastal Flooding Affects The Crescent Beach Community

Published 12/3/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

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Crescent Beach is a unique landmark, a popular destination among residents of Surrey and surrounding areas, and a community with an extensive history. Because of where it’s situated, there have always been changes to its shoreline and beaches from natural forces. The first dyke at Crescent Beach was constructed in 1913 and since then other layers of protection have been added. However, due to… read more ❯