The Pink Stuff

Posted by Jenn G. on Apr 17, 2020

This time last year you may have been like me, wandering your neighbourhood marvelling at the cherry blossoms in their array of pinks, soft and downy and sweet...a yearly sight that brings with it an end to winter and a promise of summer soon to come. Longer days, warmer sunshine and friends coming out of cold weather hibernation to spend social time together once again, perhaps even outside basking in the suns glow.Though we may not be experiencing the usual liveliness of a B.C. spring this yea …
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Posted by John Clerides on Mar 31, 2020

We have all heard the word before and what does it mean, our norms will be challenged whether we want it or not. Here are some examples, look at the news, broadcasters are reading the news from their homes, talk shows are doing the same. What does that mean for shopping. I was speaking with a friend of mine who works for Translink, part of their contract negotiations is to work from home a couple of days a week. Apparently Translink does not want it but if they perform and get the job done who c …
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Plastic Bag Reduction Plan Update

Posted by John Clerides on Jul 17, 2019

Ok, I’m no expert on this, but over the past few years, I have been concerned about the amount of plastic bags this stores uses. Seeing pictures of beautiful coasts lines riddled with plastic pisses me off. Last Christmas while I was in Kauai, I went to a great little beach and on the beach there were bottle tops, shards of plastic etc, it was abysmal and disappointing.In hopes of reducing and eliminating the use of plastic last year, we adopted a policy of charging 5 cents per bag. I am …
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