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Visit Tulum And Xel-Ha On Your Next Trip To Mexico

While beach-bumming on the white sands of an all-inclusive resort is heaven itself, there’s a whole lot more of Mexico to discover. If you’re staying anywhere between Cancun and Playa Del Carmen, we have two recommendations for you that are perfect for the entire family – and you can do both in the same day! Excursions to the historic site of Tulum and the natural ecological park of Xel-Ha can be booked right from your resort with comfortable and reliable transportation provided. You just have to sit back, enjoy the ride, look forward to creating more memories (and snap...

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Coffee Lovers – Make Your Next Brew A Level Ground Trade

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. “There is so much of the global economy that has been militantly oppositional to connecting the dots,” explains Toews, “because so much of the drive for profitability has been on keeping things and places and sources anonymous. Whether it’s a person in a...

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

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 bursting at the seams, but stuck in a gridlock, too. The City of Surrey has responded to this projected growth with a light rail transit (LRT) system for many...

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How Surrey’s Coastal Flooding Affects The Crescent Beach Community

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 climate change, this coastal area can expect more frequent and severe flooding from storm surges and sea level rise, making it a focus of the Coastal Flooding Adaptation Strategy by the City of Surrey. History...

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How The City Of Surrey – And You – Can Address Surrey’s Coastal Flooding

Climate change affects Surrey in a big way. With 35 km of coastline as well as natural floodplains, there’s a reason why Surrey residents and the local government have to keep one step ahead of Mother Nature’s response to human and natural influences. Even those in the know about what climate change is can be misled to believe it’s a problem geographically removed from where we are. But the truth is, climate change is not just about the glaciers and the polar bears – it’s also about flooding rivers and storm surges. Twenty percent of Surrey is floodplain; this...

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Amazon India Fashion Week SS18 – Part 4 – RTTV – Prama By Pratima, Samant Chauhan

Published 2/17/2018 in Surrey604 Magazine

Surrey604 in collaboration with Raasleela Trends TV, brings you the best in fashion and updates on the latest international trends.

In this series, we are bringing complete coverage of Asia’s biggest Fashion Week “India Fashion Week” home to Surrey. More than 100 selected fashion designers participating and more than 50 showcasing on the runway. The crew of Amazon India Fashion Week consists… read more ❯

How to Get More Involved with Your Child’s School in Surrey

Published 2/16/2018 in Surrey604 Magazine

Is your child going to kindergarten in September this year? If yes then you have probably filled up the registration forms and other documents in the last few weeks. From Monday, January 15, 2018 Surrey public schools opened the… read more ❯

Daisy & The Gumboot Kids premieres on CBC

Published 2/14/2018 in Surrey604 Magazine

Locally produced web series, Daisy & The Gumboot Kids, premieres online at watch.cbc.ca this Thursday. The series is a spin-off of the award-winning television series, Scout & The Gumboot Kids, which is recommended by the Parents’ Choice Awards and was recently named a finalist for the international children’s media award – Prix Jeunesse.

Each episode, Daisy makes a nature… read more ❯

2018 LOVE AND RELATIONSHIP HOROSCOPE

Published 2/13/2018 in Surrey604 Magazine

Surrey-based astrologer, psychic and aura reader, Sanjeev Katoch has your love horoscope for 2018.
ARIES | Arians are full of energy and enthusiasm, their love is sudden and is high in passion. Jupiter is very well placed in Libra until October 2018. Saturn is also sitting in their sign of fortune for the entire year so their love life and relationships are… read more ❯

6 Delicious Dining Options in Surrey this Valentine’s Day

Published 2/12/2018 in Sr3y

Love is in the air.. or is that just the smell of food?
It’s February and love is in the air…or is that just the smell of delicious food? When it comes to Valentine’s Day, there are so many places for food options to choose from that it’s hard to decide, so here are just a few that you should check out right here in Surrey.

Old Surrey… read more ❯