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We meet the 1st and 3rd Thursdays for breakfast at 7:15AM at the Tivoli Restaurant, Executive Inn: 4201 Lougheed Highway Burnaby (Please give your license plate # to the front desk.) For more information, contact burnabydeerlake@gmail.com​

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Apr 17, 2014
May 01, 2014
LED Environmental Sustainability
Bram Trenholme and David Clark-Wilson
Jun 19, 2014
South American Business, Colombia
Jairo Clopatofsky Ghisays
 
 
 

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