Binnie Named on Canada’s Top 100 Employers for Third Year

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Binnie News

February 19, 2018

Binnie Recognized as 2018 Top Employer for Young People

Each year, Canada’s Top Employers for Young People awards 100 companies across the nation with the recognition of being an exceptional place to work for young people. The Globe and Mail publishes the editorial each year with the full list of top employers, and what makes them such remarkable companies for young people to work […]
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November 9, 2017

Binnie Wins Healthy Workplace Award

On Thursday, November 2, Binnie staff attended the Burnaby Business Excellence Awards. The Burnaby Board of Trade (BBOT) hosted the event to honour local business and their achievements. Binnie was honoured to win the award for Healthy Workplace. The BBOT bases this accomplishment  on being a “business that has recognized the value of employee health […]
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October 16, 2017

Binnie Shares Turf Expertise at WCTA Field Day

On September 20, 2017, Binnie participated in Turf Field Day in Aldergrove, BC. The event was hosted by the Western Canadian Turfgrass Association (WCTA). The WCTA is a 700+ member interprovincial not-for-profit industry organization interested in further education, research, and the exchange of information related to professional sports turf management. Members represent a diversity of […]
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September 15, 2017

Ladner Holds Street Dance to Celebrate Improvements to Arthur Drive

On September 15, the Ladner Business Association and the Corporation of Delta partnered up to host a celebration for the improvements to Arthur Drive in Ladner, British Columbia. The event showcased and promoted local retailers, and brought greater awareness to the Ladner Village area. This event was not just a celebration of the improvements to Arthur Drive, […]
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August 28, 2017

Binnie Leading Improvements on the Alex Fraser Bridge

The Alex Fraser Bridge sees 119,000 cars cross the bridge every day. They are part of 1.5 million commuters travelling throughout Metro Vancouver. It is a dense network constrained by mountain ranges to the north and east, the United States to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. In recent years, commuters on the Alex Fraser Bridge […]
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