News and events

  • A Boy Named Nicholas

    February 7, 2019

    Every person does count, and a boy named Nicolas is the reason for a lot of good things. We have to believe that every person counts, counts as a creative force that can move mountains. — May Sarton It’s one thing to read a quote and consider it important. It’s another thing to take that ...

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  • Happy New Year!

    January 8, 2019

    While we’re all hoping for a better year, making our resolutions, and tweaking our spending budgets, we’ve already been hit with some news that will affect our pocketbook. Natural Gas rates are going up as of January 1, 2019. The natural gas utility suffered a setback earlier this fall, when an Enbridge natural gas pipeline ...

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  • Carbon monoxide is odorless, tasteless and colourless. And completely preventable. According to Statistics Canada, between 2000 and 2013, in Canada, there were 4,990 deaths associated to CO poisoning. This included 1,125 deaths where there were no other underlying causes of death and 3,865 where there were other underlying causes of death. BC has one the ...

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  • Have you noticed it yet? Has the furnace turned on, and you smell that strange scent of burning dust? Cooler temperatures may have activated your furnace, which has been sitting relatively idle over the warmer months. An older furnace doesn’t necessarily have its fan running all the time, and when it does, the heat exchanger ...

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  • Giving the gift of Warmth this Winter This winter, we are excited to once again, partner with Blanket BC and collect blankets for our annual blanket drive. Our blanket donations support over 75 different shelters including Lookout Aid Society, The Caring Place, Hope for Freedom Society, Triage Centre, Rain City Housing, Ann Davis Society, Haven ...

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