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  1. Jan 21, 2019 · The Link Between the Flu and Travel As it turns out, pets are at risk of flu-season related illness for one reason in particular: flu season coincides with travel season. The more we travel, the more our pets are subject to boarding-related infectious diseases and/or stress-related disorders. Where do your pets stay while you’re traveling?

  2. Mar 2020. Granville island is a great place to make a stop over, but usually not enough to fill the entire day. The Island itself it quite small and the main attraction being the public market with tonnes of food, homemade crafts and specialty groceries. There are a lot of unique and high quality foods , which always bring me back such as the ...

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  4. Jan 28, 2022 · Earth Day on Granville Island April 20, 2022 Friday, April 22nd is Earth Day, and one of the biggest mistakes we, as individuals, make when thinking about the environment, and our role in protecting our planet, is to think that any change we make is too small.

  5. Oct 25, 2021 · In the Northern Hemisphere, the flu season can begin as early as October and can last as late as April or May. In the temperate regions of the Southern Hemisphere, influenza activity typically occurs during April – September. In the tropics, influenza activity occurs throughout the year.

  6. Feb 23, 2020 · The deadline for spring applications for the 2020-2021 program is March 8, while the fall round of applications are open in August and September. While there is no fee to submit an application,...

  7. The Granville & 5th Ave at the south end of the Granville Bridge, is also an interchange for many of the urban and suburban routes. Hop off your bus at 5th Ave and walk 5-10 minutes northward under the bridge to get to Granville Island. For more information about Vancouver's bus system, go to: translink.ca or call (604) 953-3333. What to Wear