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Volunteer Opportunity: Communications Director

Who: you live in Blueridge and want to give back to the community. You have an interest in Communications and would like to develop your Communications career and gain leadership skills. You are a self-starter who is able to work independently and entrepreneurially;

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Parkgate Community Day Saturday Sept 9th

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Blueridge Community Newsletter – May 2017 edition

Here is the latest edition of the Blueridge Community Newsletter – the May 2017 edition that goes out to over 1500 homes in Blueridge and Seymour Heights (thanks to a team of 25 volunteers).  In this issue: Blueridge Good Neighbour

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Blueridge Community Newsletter – March 2017

Here is the Blueridge Community News March 2017 edition (this is the  blue paper newsletter that is delivered to over 1500 homes in Blueridge/Seymour Heights by a team of 25 dedicated volunteers). If you would like to submit something to our next

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Data Junkies rejoice. Stats on School Enrolment in Blueridge/Seymour Heights over last 5 years.

Anecdotally, we have heard that the school population of Blueridge Elementary has been increasing over the last 5 years. Now, the proof is in the pudding! Here are the stats for 2011-2016 straight from the Ministry of Education. If you’d

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RV battery thieves strike in Blueridge

There have been a few reports of RV batteries being stolen in Blueridge. Apparently the batteries are easy to rip off just by cutting cables; even the least sophisticated thief can quickly grab one and turn it in for quick cash at a metal

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Meet the Directors of the Blueridge Community Association

The Blueridge Community Association (BCA) is continually recognized within the North Shore for being a well-organized, active and innovative organization. Our goal is to continue on this path by enthusiastically promoting community connections, neighbourliness, health, collaboration and environmental stewardship. Just

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Are transit fares unfair?

“There are two schools of thought in fare collections: a simple, flat rate fare structure (pay a fixed fare regardless of time of day and/or travel distance) or a complex, variable rate fare structure (pay a variable fare depending on

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“Get your Bike Back” North Vancouver RCMP Bike Registry

Source: Summer 2016 North Van Block Watch Newsletter. Excerpts from article compiled by Amelia Thatcher, rcmp website www.rcmp.gc.ca Did you know that RCMP have received 349 reports of stolen bicycles since January 1st 2015 and that there was a 68 %

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Install water-saving devices now

We are already experiencing a drier and hotter than usual spring, with projections for another dry, hot, summer like last year. Now is the time to think about how you are going to water your plants and conserve water this

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