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Lower Mainland mom starts academy for children with autism

Lower Mainland mom starts academy for children with autism

Zaineb Ghlayem started Clever Clogs Inclusive Academy, following diagnosis of her own two children
Big Mountain Foods named Delta Business of the Year

Big Mountain Foods named Delta Business of the Year

Guru Nanak Food Bank won the Community Impact Award at the Delta Chamber’s 72nd annual gala Nov. 17
New publisher for Peace Arch News, Cloverdale Reporter

New publisher for Peace Arch News, Cloverdale Reporter

Steve Scott will also continue as advertising manager
New facility coming to Surrey for popular South Asian food company

New facility coming to Surrey for popular South Asian food company

Nanak Foods operates out of Panorama area of Surrey right now, and will expand
Surrey’s Business Person of the Year is a ‘visionary leader’ in hydrogen energy

Surrey’s Business Person of the Year is a ‘visionary leader’ in hydrogen energy

Dr. Paul Ghotra among award winners at gala event Thursday evening, Nov. 9
Government red tape affecting Surrey businesses, survey indicates

Government red tape affecting Surrey businesses, survey indicates

Surrey Board of Trade releases its 2023 survey results on government red tape
Second annual Metro Vancouver Black Business Expo held in Surrey

Second annual Metro Vancouver Black Business Expo held in Surrey

Over 50 Black-owned businesses showcased products, services and more
Finalists announced for Delta Chamber’s 2023 Business Excellence Awards

Finalists announced for Delta Chamber’s 2023 Business Excellence Awards

Awards to be handed out in seven categories during gala celebration at Tsawwassen Springs on Nov. 17
South Surrey’s Safe Sweat owners happy with Dragons’ Den appearance results

South Surrey’s Safe Sweat owners happy with Dragons’ Den appearance results

‘We believe Safe Sweat’s going to be a global brand within five years’
Surrey career fair focused on job opportunities and post-secondary education

Surrey career fair focused on job opportunities and post-secondary education

Event ran from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 13, in the Civic Ballroom