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10 years ago a small group in BC sought to increase renewable energy production. Learn about their accomplishments and their plans for the future. To learn more about the community owned energy project mentioned at the end of the video visit: www.solshare.ca
William and Nic test out the Twin Otter by RWDesigns from CYSE (Squamish) to CYVR (Vancouver International). VFR Flight at 2500 feet. A bit informal of a flight, really just a precursor to something a bit bigger. Used in this video: - RWDesigns Twin Otter : http://store-x-plane-org.3dcartstores.com/DHC-6-Twin-Otter-300-Series_p_364.html - Ortho4XP : http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/29120-ortho4xp/ - World2XPlane : http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/forums/forum/216-world2xplane/ - Xchecklist : http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/20785-xchecklist-linwinmac3264/ - X-Camera : https://www.stickandrudderstudios.com/x-camera/ - SmartCopilot : http://xsmart-plane.com/smartcopilot/ - with JuliusB's Twin Otter smartcopilot profile http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php...
ODPN http://www.odpn.ca delivers a sharp how-to video for MODO Car Co-Op http://www.modo.coop/ . This charming piece informs new clients to MODO about some of the basic instructions in terms of booking and using vehicles. ODPN/Pink Buffalo director Ryan Reynolds branded this as an "informational music video" by casting members of the Ruffled Feathers http://www.theruffledfeathers.com/ , a local indie band, as they plan out a jam session, using a MODO car to run a few errands and hang out for the day.
http://www.lptoronto.com/promo - come back often to check our current offers and hot deals! Are coop programs in Canada really worth it? Unfortunately, it's not always the case. There are many situations when coop simply means you would have to find a job for yourself. http://www.lptoronto.com – Official website of LP Group Toronto http://www.docsbase.ca – Certified translation from all languages, delivered worldwide http://www.lptoronto.com/free – Free assessment of your chances immigrate to Canada http://www.lptoronto.com/consulting – Book an individual consulting session via Skype http://www.lpservice.ca – Free newcomer assistance in Canada http://www.lpstudy.com – Studies in Canada for foreign students http://www.docservice.ca – Certification, legalization, notarization and translati...
Way back in the 90s, we started Vancouver's first carshare co-op. Today, Modo is still going strong with 17,000 members and the most diverse fleet stretching from Vancouver Island to the Lower Mainland. Why own a car when you can share 500? Join today at http://modo.coop/!
Canada's 2,200 housing co-ops provide secure, self-determined, community-oriented affordable housing to a quarter of a million people with wide ranging incomes and backgrounds. This short documentary visits five housing co-ops across Canada, interviewing members and managers about how co-op housing transforms neighbourhoods and improves people's lives. This video was produced by Novel Pictures for the Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada to commemorate the United Nations International Year of Co-operatives (IYC). It was selected as one of seven winners of the United Nations IYC Short Film Contest.
City Councilor Andrea Reimer proclaims the third week in October, 2009, to be Co-op Week. Members of co-operatives and credit unions across Canada celebrated Co-op Week from October 11-17, a time to reflect on the contribution the co-operative sector has made to the lives of Canadians and their communities. Co-op Week has been proclaimed across Canada every October since 1982. International Credit Union Day, which will take place on Thursday, October 15, has been celebrated worldwide on the third Thursday of October since 1948.
The Village, A Co-op Housing Documentary The HOUSING MATTERS MEDIA PROJECT consists of 10 youths coming together to make short films about the lack of affordable housing in Vancouver. Convened by community engaged artists Patti Fraser and Corin Browne, and in partnership with UBC's Housing Justice Project, led by Drs. Penny Gurstien and Margot Young. Produced by Lawrence Le Lam & Malcom Maclean Camera + Editing by Lawrence Le Lam Music by Jeremy Lim Title Design by Mary Castellanes more info: http://www.housingmattersmedia.com/
Buying a co-op in Vancouver, BC is similar to buying a strata condo but there are some important differences!
Vancouver band The Ruffled Feathers book a Modo car for a day of music and fun with friends. Watch as they demonstrate how easy it is to carshare with Modo - from booking the vehicle, fobbing in and out, street parking, fuelling up, what to do if you're running late and more. Many thanks to The Ruffled Feathers for sharing their song "All My Cities" with their fellow Modo members. Produced by www.odpn.ca Music by The Ruffled Feathers | theruffledfeathers.com
Modo The Car Co-op saves you money, time and hassle, offers the lowest rates on carsharing in Metro Vancouver. Modo's 9,000+ drivers share 300 cars, trucks, vans and electrics across Vancouver, North Vancouver, UBC, Richmond, Burnaby, New West and Surrey. Visit www.modo.coop for details on how to join. (This PSA originally aired on Shaw TV.) Still not sure how carsharing works? Like that tune? WATCH our music video: "How to Modo," featuring Vancouver band (and Modo members) The Ruffled Feathers and their song "All My Cities": http://youtu.be/WAY7TPtuA0A The band demonstrates how easy it is to carshare with Modo - from booking the vehicle, fobbing in and out, street parking, fuelling up, what to do if you're running late and more.
Nadine Te | 2nd Year Materials Engineering Student Learn more about UBC co-op here: http://www.coop.apsc.ubc.ca/ UBC APSC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UBCEngineering/ Website: https://apsc.ubc.ca/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ubcappscience ENG•CITE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/engcite/ Website: http://www.engcite.ca/
We sat down to chat with some of our co-op students to hear what they found valuable in participating in the co-op program.
BC Lions Director of Community Relations Jamie Taras spoke to Co-op Radio 100.5FM about the Be More Than a Bystander Initiative and why men should speak up. Many thanks to Vancouver Co-op Radio 100.5FM for allowing us to share the interview. Listen to the full interview here. Visit the Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA BC) website: http://www.endingviolence.org Like EVA BC on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EndingViolenc... Follow EVA BC on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EndViolenceBC Subscribe to EVA BC's Youtube channel: http://ow.ly/uyUpD
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It's official the bylaw has been changed to allow backyard chickens in Vancouver! City Council passed the bylaw this week allowing for residents of Vancouver to house up to four chickens in their backyard. I interviewed Vicky Baker, East Vancouver resident, food activist, and chicken owner to get some tips for others considering getting chickens of their own. for more info visit: villagevancouver.ning.com/group/vvfoodgroupcoopcoops www.fvpfa.org/ www.vancouverfoodpolicycouncil.ca/