Surrey604 Staff

Surrey604 Staff

Surrey604 is an online magazine and media outlet based in Surrey, BC. Through writing, video, photography, and social media, we secure an intimate reach to the public. We promote local events and causes.
Arts and Entertainment

Release of short video (90 seconds) of upcoming new documentary film Emergence: Out of the Shadows!

Sher Vancouver releases short video (90 seconds) of upcoming documentary film – Emergence: Out of the Shadows Surrey, British Columbia - Sher Vancouver’s first film, My Name Was January, won 14 international awards and garnered an amazing 52 official selections at film festivals around the world. In addition, My Name Was January was eligible to enter the Canadian Screen Awards for Best Short Documentary in 2019. Following on this success, Sher Vancouver Founder Alex Sangha is producing a second short documentary film, Emergence: Out of the Shadows. Emergence: Out of the Shadows (Documentary) Explore the taboo topic of being gay or lesbian in the Punjabi community of Metro Vancouver and abroad. Kayden tells a poignant story of family rejection and self-discovery while embracing his newfound family and life. Parents and their children discuss the struggles they have endured and overcome to preserve the family through generations to come. Success often...
Food & Drink

Holiday Plant-Based Recipes | Celebrity Chef Craig Harding shares untraditional plant-based Thanksgiving Menu

The President’s Choice® Brand Puts a Plant-Based Twist on Beloved Thanksgiving Classics PC® Test Kitchen teams up with Celebrity Chef Craig Harding to create an untraditional holiday menu, incorporating an exciting new line-up of PC® Plant-Based products The team at President’s Choice® (PC®) is helping overwhelmed hosts tackle Thanksgiving menu planning with recipe ideas and new plant-based products that will suit any palate, revealing that plant-based meal options may be easier than you think. A recent survey* found that 38 per cent of Canadians are looking to integrate more plant-based foods into their diet, but many Canadians aren’t too sure where to start. "This weekend, millions of families across the country will be sitting down to a Thanksgiving feast – full of turkey, gravy and stuffing," says Kathlyne Ross, VP of product development and innovation at Loblaw Companies Limited. "And, at many of those tables, someone will be looking for...
Business

Essential Agreements for Your Business

By Anand Athiviraham, Senior Associate Watson Goepel LLP What agreements do I need for my business? A significant part of my practice involves advising clients on which agreements best suit their business needs and goals. Whether it’s two partners looking to start a new venture, a growing business looking to fundraise, or a more established entity negotiating an acquisition, they all need agreements that will protect them from risk and allow their businesses to flourish. A bootstrapping business may not be in a financial position to put all necessary agreements in place before they launch their business, but it is still important that they understand that investing at least some money now can protect them from potentially incurring thousands in litigation costs later. Following is an overview of some common agreements, why they are important, and how having the right agreements in place at the right time will benefit your...
Food & Drink

7-Eleven Canada Now Offering $1 Coffee Every Day

$1 small, medium or large hot beverages now available to 7Rewards members VANCOUVER, BC - 7-Eleven Canada's 7Rewards loyalty members can now score delicious hot beverages for only $1 every day of the month. In addition to this new limited time offer, every 7th coffee (any size) is still free and members can earn points with everyday purchases. Points can be redeemed for perks and rewards including free food and beverages as well as access to exclusive deals, contests, and events. 7Rewards members can explore the store’s incredibly rich and flavorsome 7-Eleven Brewed Coffee and hot beverage menu. This autumn’s menu includes Hershey’s SKOR Hot Chocolate, Pumpkin Spice Latte, and the new Mexican Hacienda Miravalles Organic Coffee. 7-Eleven Brewed Coffee is ethically harvested, locally roasted and made of 100% Arabica beans. Customers are invited to stop by their neighborhood 7-Eleven every day to try these comforting fall beverages with endless...
Health

5 Strange Sleeping Disorders and How to Combat Them

Sleep is crucial to human beings. Making sure you get enough sleep and high-quality sleep at that is vital to your wellbeing. It can improve your mental and physical health, quality of life, and your productivity at work. There are some sleeping disorders which many people view as a normal sleeping-related problem. Unsurprisingly, the most common is snoring which affects around 90 million American adults and can lead to low-quality sleep for their families. While snoring is certainly bothersome, there are some sleeping disorders out there that are downright strange! Read on to find out what they are and how best to combat them. Restless legs syndrome or RLS is a condition that leads to an unbelievable urge to move your legs. This is usually due to an uncomfortable sensation in the muscles, which is only relieved by movement. Medical professionals are in disagreement about exactly what causes this condition,...
Technology

How to play the US lottery without having to fly to Washington

As much as we love the lottery, we can admit to a little bit of jealousy when it comes to overseas jackpots. That isn't to say that our record-setting £161 million lottery in 2011 wasn't impressive, but it's hard to measure up to the US’s $1.586 billion as won in 2016. There can be a problem in signing up for overseas lotteries, however. Even when it is completely legal, as it often is, there can be websites which lock us out due to regional restrictions. Fortunately for us, there is a way around this issue. Even better, this solution can open up an entirely new world of entertainment possibilities. VPN stands for virtual private network. These are paid services which effectively work as a bridge for your internet into other cities or countries. Using a VPN, it is easily possible to make your internet think that you are a US...
Arts and Entertainment

New Study Shines a Spotlight on British Columbia’s Love of the Lottery

While the success of different sectors generally goes up and down over the years, one area which seems to have undoubtedly enjoyed a consistently strong period in recent times is the gambling industry. On a global level, it has achieved significant success, with research from Statista suggesting that the gross gambling yield worldwide could reach a massive $495 billion this year. While a significant proportion of that may be linked to the growth of online gambling – experts suggest that the web-based market could be worth $73.45 billion by 2024 – it is fair to say that offline forms of the pastime are still doing well too. The lottery remains a major part of this world, and there is now fresh evidence of how such games are particularly popular in the British Columbia region. A poll by Research Co. published this month has revealed how 58 percent of residents in...
Local History

Discover first major exhibit in Canada to shine spotlight on Surrey’s Punjabis

Surrey, BC – A contemporary and engaging exhibit led by Surrey’s Punjabi community is coming to Museum of Surrey October 2 to February 23. Being Punjabi: Unfolding the Surrey Story is the first major exhibition in Canada to shine a spotlight on Surrey’s Punjabis, showcasing their stories of struggle and success. The exhibition is intended to be a catalyst for discussion and sharing, while also documenting histories of this diverse community. Engage with personal objects, archival documents, art and riveting stories – all brought forth from a diverse group of people in the Punjabi community. "We are pleased to unveil the first community-led exhibit at the Museum of Surrey, which highlights the vibrant and diverse culture of Surrey’s Punjabi community," said Mayor Doug McCallum. "The Punjabi community has a long history in Surrey and the 16 stories that are the centrepiece of this exhibit will illuminate the contributions they have...
Sports

Golf, Gym, or Gaming? Members Clubs in Langley Explored

Being active can take many forms, from physical exercise to mental, or a combination of the two. We are fortunate in Surrey to have access to a wide range of these activities, for both beginners and experts. With that in mind, we want to cover a few of the popular choices in specialized members clubs to help residents and visitors get just a small taste of what our region has to offer. As professional-level establishments, the clubs we’re going to cover today might be intimidating for newcomers, but don’t let that stop you. There are plenty of ways to practice for these first, to ensure you know what you’re doing before you head out. Cascades Casino's Players Club Langley’s Cascades Casino's Players Club is extremely popular for gaming enthusiasts, covering classics such as slots, poker, bingo, and table games. Before we get into the specifics, however, let’s talk about what...
Arts and Entertainment

Four Fantastic Days Out in Surrey

When it comes to keeping yourself entertained, Surrey is a city with plenty to offer, as locals know all too well. Filled with a host of family-friendly days out, as well as top-notch bars and eateries, art galleries, and cultural treasures, it really does have the perfect option for every itinerary. At a loose end and looking for some great ideas to keep yourself occupied? Then here are four fantastic days out for you to enjoy. Pay a Visit to Bear Creek Park: Surrey is famed for its beautiful scenery and wide-open spaces, so if you find yourself in need of some entertainment, one thing there’s no shortage of is outdoor attractions. Bear Creek Park is popular with visitors and locals alike, and if you haven’t paid it a visit already this autumn, you really are missing out. Filled to the brim with everything from picturesque hiking trails through to...
CannabisLifestyle

Burb Awarded Two British Columbia Cannabis Retail Licenses

Vancouver-based lifestyle brand adds cannabis products to brick-and-mortar stores Burb, a cannabis lifestyle brand based in Vancouver, Canada, has been awarded two cannabis retail store licenses by British Columbia’s Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch. The licenses allow Burb to add recreational cannabis products to the shelves of both its retail stores in Port Coquitlam. Earning steady acclaim as a coveted retailer of Canadian crafted apparel and cannabis accessories, Burb opened the doors to its 3,700-square-foot flagship store in April. The holistic emporium houses a showroom displaying Burb’s streetwear collection, and sells branded accessories like grinders, papers, stash jars, lighters and waist bags. Thanks to Burb’s new retail licenses, starting Wednesday, September 25th, the flagship along with a second express-concept store, located on the other side of town, will carry a curated selection of high-quality cannabis products in flower, pre-roll, oil and gel capsule formats. The inventory will expand as new...
Fashion

How Emerging Fashion Label ASELECTFEW is empowering South Asian Culture through Streetwear

An Inside look into ASELECTFEW with creator Moneey Singh about the new collection and their latest event. By Gagan Jhand ASELECTFEW - A new streetwear label in Vancouver is taking inspiration from South Asian truck art in their launch of their latest “Phool Patti” (truck art) Collection drop. With designs that incorporate it’s Indian roots through the use of custom turmeric dyes, hand-painted elements, and Hindi script imprinted and woven into the garments, ASELECTFEW’s new collection embodies an authentic truck art aesthetic infused with modern street culture. In the creation of the brand ASELECTFEW, designer and Creative Moneey Singh combines his 8-year background in engineering with his passion for preserving his Indian roots through fashion. “In order for people to truly embrace other cultures outside of their own, they need exposure in ways that still connects without it feeling too foreign.” Moneey Singh speaks on the significance and story telling...
People

One of BC’s first female fire fighters retires after 27 years with the Surrey Fire Service

Surrey – In 1992, Nancy Innes was playing and coaching basketball at SFU when she saw a recruitment flyer for the Surrey Fire Service (SFS). The then 26-year-old student applied and soon realized women firefighters were a rarity. In fact, at that time, there was no glass ceiling to break because there were no full-time female fire fighters in the Metro Vancouver area. On September 14, 1992, Nancy Innes became the first of two full-time female fire fighters to join the Surrey Fire Service and eventually rising to the rank of Fire Suppression Captain. “Women fire fighters are not uncommon today, but 27 years ago they were non-existent in Lower Mainland fire departments,” said Mayor Doug McCallum. “Nancy Innes is truly a trail blazer and inspiration for women who want to make a career out of firefighting. I want to congratulate Captain Innes for the long, distinguished and groundbreaking career...
Automobiles

Porsche fans gather at Porsche Center Langley for debut of the latest generation of the Porsche 911 Carrera

Hundreds of Porsche owners and fans descended upon Porsche Centre Langley to witness the debut of the latest generation of Porsche’s most iconic sportscar – the Porsche 911 Carrera. OpenRoad Auto Group CEO, Christian Chia and General Manager, Adam Ma officiated the unveiling of the timeless classic of the Porsche 911 Carrera, known as the Porsche 992 with a grand entrance of the vehicle driven by OpenRoad race car driver, Micheal Di Meo. This is the 8th generation of the 911 which comes in a range of models starting with the Porsche 911 Carrera to the 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet. Prices start at $111,000. With the launch of the Porsche 992, Porsche has upgraded the 911 interior to strike an even finer balance between refinement and simplicity, including a few throwback styling cues to the classic 1950’s era 911. The Carrera specific model shares the interior with the previously introduced...
Education

Testking Cisco CCNP Certification Exam With ExamSnap Practice Tests

Testking Cisco CCNP Certification Exam With ExamSnap Practice Tests Cisco is the top best networking services provider across the globe. It forms the backbone of computer networking, therefore, becoming the most popular in the networking industry. To test a variety of computer networking, Cisco has split its certifications into five levels. These levels include; • The entry level • The associate level • The professional level • The expert level • The architect level Cisco Certifications http://examsnap.com/cisco-certification-training.html CCNA & CCNP Certifications http://examsnap.com/ccnp-routing-and-switching-certification-dumps.html http://prepaway.com/ccie-routing-and-switching-certification-exams.html 200-125 CCNA Exam http://prepaway.com/200-125-exam.html CCNP Routing & Switching 3 Exams http://examsnap.com/300-115-dumps.html http://examsnap.com/300-135-dumps.html http://examsnap.com/300-101-dumps.html CCNP Specialization Exams http://examsnap.com/300-075-dumps.html Among the certifications offered by Prepaway Cisco is the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCNP). This certification grants you with expert skills in the operation and troubleshooting converge, complex networking infrastructure, designing and planning. This article is devoted to the CCNP Data Center credential, as one of the most sought-after. It...
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