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Talize is a proudly Canadian owned and operated for profit chain that is a leader in the second hand clothing industry. Each store offers a first class shopping experience and has been offering its customers unique items at great prices for over 10 years!
Talize is a proud Supporter of the Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada. Through this partnership, Talize has contributed over $1.8 Million to date since its inception in 2005.
The BCGEU is one of the largest and most diverse unions in British Columbia. We represent over 76,000 members in 550 bargaining units in the private sector and public services.
We trace our beginnings back to the early 1900s when provincial government employees formed an association to address their working conditions. Since then, your union has organized thousands of workers outside the government service. We’re continuing to grow
People depend on public services and your services depend on people to deliver them.
Surrey’s Municipal Employee Association has been representing Public Workers in the Fraser Valley since September 6 1947, when it was certified as Local No. 6.
On August 16, 1950, it became CUPE Local 402, which has grown to serve over 3000 part and full time members at present.
With a full time President and Office Coordinator working out of a permanent office in Newton, Local 402 unites three sub-locals: White Rock (CUPE Local 402-01), Libraries (CUPE Local 402-02), and Cloverdale Rodeo (CUPE Local 402-03).
Our Vision: We prepare our learners to think creatively and critically, communicate skilfully, and demonstrate care for self and others.
Formed in 1906, the Surrey School District currently has the largest student enrolment in British Columbia and is one of the few growing districts in the province. It is governed by a publicly elected board of seven trustees.
The district serves the cities of Surrey and White Rock and the rural area of Barnston Island.
We, as members of the Gay and Lesbian Business Association of British Columbia, strive to recognize, promote, and improve gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgendered/supportive businesses and thegay/lesbian/bisexual/transgendered/
supportive business community wherever possible. To this end, members agree to be honour-bound by these Standards of Business Conduct and Ethics.
Over the past 25 years, Together We Can has become one of Canada’s most highly-recognized and effective treatment centres for drug & alcohol addiction.
Located in Metro Vancouver and on Vancouver Island, our mission is to educate and support men and families who are struggling with the challenges of substance misuse, and who desire a new, healthy Recovery Life.
TWC provides over 300 men with abstinence-based recovery programs and supportive housing opportunities in a therapeutic residential setting. Our addiction recovery programs, transitional housing, and aftercare initiatives provide residents with an integrated approach to rehabilitation.
Together We Can understands that long-term recovery is most successful when people are provided health and wellness supports for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing.
Greatfull Donations to Make the Success of Surrey Pride 2018
Canadian Tire Newton - Moulinex 12 Cup Food Processor
Waves Coffee House New Westminster - Gift Basket
Christy Erickson Surrey - Generous $ Donation
B. M. S. P. S. Evelyn & Theresa - Numerous Gift Baskets of Sunset. Gourmet Products
Youth 4 A Change Surrey - Generous $ Donation
City of Surrey - Surrey History Books & T-Shirts
SportsClips Delta - 400 Free MVP Haircut Coupons
Surrey Shirts Surrey - Generous Donation of T-Shirts
Fantasy Factory New Westminster - Adult Products Gift Basket
Pet Solutions Dell Shopping Centre Surrey - Pet Gift Basket
Sara of Champers Salon 120th St. Surrey - Shampoo/Cut/Blow-dry Vouchers