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Snakes alive: More information on that ball of 400 snakes found near Boundary Bay

Yesterday we told you the story of the 400-plus snakes that were delivered to Burnaby’s Wildlife Rescue Association this week. The snakes were transferred to Burnaby from their hibernation dens along the Boundary Bay Dyke by biologists working for SNC Lavalin in South Delta. 396 more words


To expect the unexpected...

Hello reader,

I’m a worrier. The kind of worrier that when the outcome isn’t as bad as I feared – I am actually surprised.

Why? Because for a few years now, I’ve usually been correct with how the consequences to events will pan out. 337 more words


Was the Walmart Pay Raise Real Leadership?

Walmart made waves last week announcing  pay increases for their workers. The Wall Street Journal cast this as a pure labor market move – prompted by an increasingly competitive environment for retail workers. 660 more words


One last teaching hurrah

Fred Nelson has been a player, advanced scout, coach and manager during a baseball career that has spanned nearly half a century. His love for the game is what keeps him out of retirement and his love for teaching is what makes him the Boise Hawks 2015 development supervisor. 417 more words


February 27 Jesus Prayed For You!

John 17

15 My prayer is not that you take them out of the world but that you protect them from the evil one. 16 They are not of the world, even as I am not of it. 394 more words


Strike averted at U of T as union announces tentative agreement

TORONTO – The Union representing close to 7,000 non-tenured staff and teaching assistants at the University of Toronto announced early Friday morning they have averted a strike by reaching a tentative agreement. 129 more words


Let us know if you plan to attend !

The Suffolk County Community College Reunion Classes 1962 – 1975 volunteer group is growing!

Maureen Clinton, P.D., FAACS, LMFT, DABS ’75
Mariann Hayes ’72… 17 more words