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Helping promote struggling Delta businesses during COVID-19

Helping promote struggling Delta businesses during COVID-19

Delta's CRERST members focus their efforts in specific recovery areas
Inaugural Dine Around Delta starts Friday

Inaugural Dine Around Delta starts Friday

This new campaign is serving up plenty of local flavour in more ways than one.
Next move for alternative proposal to port expansion in City of Delta

Next move for alternative proposal to port expansion in City of Delta

GCT asked to respond to concerns raised by Indigenous nations about shipping effects on fishing and harvesting as well as other issues
Delta grower aims at higher end of Canadian cannabis market

Delta grower aims at higher end of Canadian cannabis market

As another Delta cannabis grower strikes a deal, a Health Canada survey finds stress, boredom and social isolation during the pandemic appear associated with increased cannabis consumption
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority's Robin Silvester talks Delta expansion

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority's Robin Silvester talks Delta expansion

The federal timeline to make a decision on T2 was paused last summer
Huge East Ladner greenhouse about to step into lucrative Canadian cannabis market

Huge East Ladner greenhouse about to step into lucrative Canadian cannabis market

Propagation Services Canada says it continues to develop and strategize to position itself as a leader in low cost cannabis product
Tsawwassen bike shop among HUB award winners

Tsawwassen bike shop among HUB award winners

Tsawwassen's Ray’s Cycle Service was named the Best Bike Shop
Squeezed retailers may liquidate or merge

Squeezed retailers may liquidate or merge

Savvy, nimble operators could find opportunities amidst pandemic carnage that are impossible to resist
Tsawwassen business owner getting world-wide attention

Tsawwassen business owner getting world-wide attention

Mary Seitz featured in PINAY's international billboard campaign
Feds announce trades funding in Delta

Feds announce trades funding in Delta

The UA Piping Industry College of British Columbia will receive $9 million to create a pool of certified skilled tradespeople ready to fill available jobs in the Lower Mainland and across the province.