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Tsawwassen's bunnies are the chocolate kind

BIA's Great Bunny Search underway at 74 businesses

Robust hiring climate is expected next quarter

35% of Delta-Richmond employers planning to hire

Ladner Business Association helping keep hearts healthy

The Ladner Business Association's most recent gift of $2,000 to the Delta Hospital Foundation has allowed the purchase of five blood pressure monitors. Since 2004, the LBA has donated over $41,000 to the hospital to purchase vital equipment.
Dressing for Success

Dressing for Success

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New store is all about the birds

A Wild Bird Centers franchise has landed in South Delta. Owners Michael Raincock and Susan Mitchell, a husband and wife team, opened their store at the Tsawwassen Town Centre Mall early last month. Things have gone very well, says Raincock.

Delta's industrial parks making strides on crime and safety

Companies in Delta's Annacis Island and Tilbury industrial parks are considering the cost burden of crime not only to themselves, but to property management companies as landlords are forced to hire additional security patrols to battle crime.

South Coast & Tribal partner to help women Dress for Success

Spring Blossom event set for this Saturday includes clothing drive

DEME provides one-stop shopping for new moms

DEME Pre and Postnatal Services could be called a one-stop shop for moms and moms-to-be.

Thrifty Foods 'bucks up' for hospital

Tsawwassen Thrifty Foods store manager Grace MacInnes and Delta Hospital Foundation events and corporate giving coordinator Jackey Zellweger were on hand Monday to promote the Help Out One Buck at a Time fundraising campaign.

Kin's calendar campaign supports cancer society

Kin's Farm Market has presented a cheque for $3,567 to the Canadian Cancer Society, donating funds raised from its second annual calendar campaign. In recent years, Kin's Farm Market has become a committed supporter of the Canadian Cancer Society.