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Rocking Pink for #Pink Shirt Day: February 22, 2017

On February 22, our entire team rocked pink t shirts to support anti-bullying programs for #PinkShirtDay.

For us, a day devoted to anti-bullying really inspires kindness through respect and empathy.

We loved the opportunity to show our support and stand up to bullying!

We also loved the PinkShirtDay spirit and the fantastic opportunity to help spread awareness!

Urban Impact’s #PinkShirtDay #PinkShirtPromise team building activities included:

-Pink bows on our recycling truck fleet

-The entire Urban Impact team rocked pink to shirts

-Pink t shirt cookies

-Pink Hershey kisses for our inbound drivers

-Fluffy pink teddy bears

We love the great feedback we’ve received today from our customers and the community today.

We love the smiles! Thanks for your incredible support!

Be a buddy, not a bully!

Thanks for standing up for yourself and for others too!

PADS Dogs visit Urban Impact June 6, 2016

On Monday, June 6, we had not one, but two puppies from the Pacific Assistance Dogs Society (PADS) visit our office! Woof!

Renee Nicolson, the President of the South Surrey Rotary Club arranged for the two puppies to visit:
River- a more advanced puppy with seven months of training. She was an incredible example of how much a puppy can learn in a very short time! She could open and shut doors, site, lie and roll over on command and heel all from hearing the right clicking sound.

Archer- this male pup had just 6 weeks of training and was a ROCKSTAR!

We were treated to a real time display of the really cool things that the puppies could do, depending on their level of training. For example, River could take a rope in her mouth and pull. By pulling on a rope, River could open a fridge for a person that needs assistance. The puppies are trained using a clicker, followed up by a verbal command and then a special treat to reward their good behaviour. What truly amazed us was how calm, focused and well behaved the puppies were in an unknown situation. Even at a very young age, they were obedient on first command! Our staff really enjoyed having dog bone shaped cookies from Moores! Woof!

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