Pamela Bottomley, executive director for the PBDA, introduced the two ambassadors at city council’s July 5 meeting.
A group calling itself Team Red has started a fitness tracking campaign where it aims to collectively travel 40,000 km, or 100,000 laps of a running track.
My Huy Lim is working with other students on a project this year to build a drone for testing air quality, looking particularly at methane gas levels.
The potential exposure date is April 6, according to the school district.
The potential exposure dates are March 31 and April 1, according to a release from the school district.
Council voted at its March 29 meeting to use money from the federal gas tax fund (GTF) to support the proposed track.
“I’ve spent countless hours training on the Ballenas track and I can tell you it is in shocking, terrible condition that’s only getting worse,” said Juliette Desvaux, a former Ballenas Secondary student.
School District 69 said it has learned of a confirmed case of COVID-19 at Ballenas Secondary School.

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