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Share shopping faves in BIA's 'I got it' contest

Residents are invited to write a rave review about a product or service from a Tsawwassen business for a chance to win Tsawwassen Shopping Dollars. The Tsawwassen Business Improvement Association is accepting submissions until Oct.

Curves waiving fees to those with mammograms

Curves is using Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October to continue to raise awareness in women about the life-saving importance of risk management, early detection and treatment.

Jazzercise fundraiser to benefit breast cancer

Ladner and Richmond Jazzercise are holding a charity pub night this weekend to benefit the Canadian Breast Cancer B.C.-Yukon Foundation. The fundraiser is set for Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Sundance Banquet Hall in East Ladner.
New Tsawwassen company brings gaming to your door

New Tsawwassen company brings gaming to your door

Playpodz, a new Tsawwassen-based business, has developed a "mobile gaming arena.

Upbeat hiring climate for last quarter

Delta/Richmond employers are expecting an upbeat hiring climate for the fourth quarter of 2011, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.

Delta Cable prepared for increase in 3D offerings

Delta Cable announced last week it is one of the first in North America to provide 3D capability for its video customers.

Exporters up for provincial award

Two local companies were named finalists for the 2011 B.C. Export Awards. SEI Industries Ltd. and Unifiller Systems Inc. were both named in the manufactured products category. The awards are co-hosted annually by the B.C.

Chamber joins police dep't to host crime prevention meetings in industrial parks

The Delta Chamber of Commerce and Delta police have a pair of crime and safety dialogue meetings set for later this month in local industrial parks. The first will be held in Tilbury and the second on Annacis Island.

First-time franchisee opens Tsaw. salon that stresses convenience

The new Great Clips in Tsawwassen is a good place to get a haircut because of the customer service, friendly environment and convenience, says owner Parm Perhar. No appointments are required, she notes. "It's a family salon.

Denturist takes over operation from mentor

There is a new face running the show at Tsawwassen Denture Clinic. Stacy Whitman took over the operation from longtime owner Erna Swan earlier this summer.