The Cleanest Day of the Year is featured in the North Shore Post.

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Did you catch the North Shore Daily Post's coverage of our exciting kick-off event for our Clean Heroes Campaign, The Cleanest Day of the Year?  The campaign will run until Labour Day 2022 with a goal of raising $150,000 to support 30 people in completing our Employment Readiness Program.

Want to get involved? Click here to learn more.

 
 

Increasing Demand for Mission Possible Services in Face of Growing Uncertainty During Provincial Labour Shortage.

Jacquelin Brooks, an Associate at Mission Possible (MP), Spoke with Global News about her experience in the Employment Readiness Program.

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Vancouver to spend $2.2 million on street cleaning jobs for homeless

The ongoing annual program by the City of Vancouver of providing funding to non-profit organizations to employ individuals experiencing homelessness...

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Over 13,000 human poops were cleaned off Vancouver streets in 2021

Vancouver City Council passed a motion on Feb. 8 calling for approval of $2,185,000 in grants to non-profit agencies who supplement the City of...

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