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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Hardware retailer Rona is buying family-owned Dick's Lumber of B. Rona did not say what it will pay for the three-store lumber, building materials and hardware specialist.
British Columbia's residential construction industry honoured the best and brightest of B. With more than entries, this year's awards attracted so many high-calibre projects, it was hard for judges to choose the finalists and winners. Winners were chosen with objectivity and anonymity by an esteemed judging panel from outside B.
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For 70 years the builders of North Burnaby could go to Curtis Lumber at Sperling Avenue and Curtis Street for supplies, the family business literally building the community around it. But for the past year the old Curtis Lumber building - along with another at Sperling Ave. When Brian Kask Sr.
Menu Canada's 1 Community Newspaper. There are four North Shore locations accepting donations of new and lightly used winter clothing items before the 21st annual initiative supporting the Lower Mainland and Surrey Christmas Bureaus wraps up on Dec. Inthe campaign saw more than 3, items donated to children of all ages, but the need remains high as officials are seeing higher demand in part from an increase in refugees and workers arriving with their families from Alberta. Campaign organizers said there is especially a need for coats for teenagers, many of whom can fit adult sizes but are looking for items with youth appeal, such as hoodies.