“The bulletin said the surge of calls and emails coincided with the start of the new semester, but the surge was bigger than usual this semester.”-Jason Dadswell, manager of client services for CEIT.
A report issued to the TransLink board of directors by Sany Zein, TransLink’s acting vice president of infrastructure management, on September 8, 2016 said the bridge “may be vulnerable” during an earthquake or extremely high wind.
“Drastic action is needed to fix ICBC’s devastating financial crisis, but BC drivers should not be forced to pay 20 per cent basic rate hikes today because of mismanagement that goes back years.” Attorney General David Eby
“Every year we’ve done it, the procedure remains sound.” Nancy Constable, Director of Safety, Security, and Risk Management.
Alex Hatch, a general studies student at the New Westminster campus, said he feels his labour rights may have been violated on more than one occasion when he felt pressured to work unsafely by an employer.
“Center of Gravity was an interesting test of how integrating medical and harm reduction approaches can create a dynamic festival health space. I think the inclusion of these major events, especially Pride and Center of Gravity show how harm reduction mentality is beginning to be adopted by the general public.” – Alex Betsos, co-founder and volunteer coordinator at Karmik
“I think that clubs are a great way for students to get that first-level engagement on campus, because you’re really just going in and finding that thing you share as an interest with someone, and that’s how all sort of connections are made.” Aran Armutlu, director of finance, DSU
“For me, it’s a positive change as I have to take the Port Mann bridge to get to school, and paying [approximately $3] every time you cross does add up.” Sarah Morse
“This motion definitely connects to the values and the work that the City of New Westminster has done regarding environmental sustainability and our efforts to fight climate change.” Mayor Jonathan Coté