11-year-old Helene Rempel is making magic happen by turning aluminum pop can tabs into a wheelchair for a child in need.
Five years ago, when Helene Rempel was in grade one, she learned that 1-thousand pounds of pop can tabs can purchase a wheelchair for a child in need. Since Helene first started collecting pop can tabs, the price for aluminum has reduced by 50%.
And that’s why Ellice Recycle stepped up.
“We’re matching the donation" says Stephen Hay, General Manager of Ellice Recycling.
Trio Ready-Mix poured 402m3 of concrete for Knappett Projects at the Saanich Senior Living Building located at 944 Gorge Road. We started pumping at 7:30 am and the last truck left at 4:15 pm with a total of 42 loads.
In 2014 with the desire to continue investing in the future of the shipyard, the Ralmax Group of Companies purchased, from the Province of British Columbia, the marine industrial property that Point Hope Maritime utilizes. This investment was made in order to continue the expansion and modernization of the yard and its associated businesses.
For hundreds of years, Point Hope Maritime has played a key role in the commercial and industrial activities of the Port of Victoria by servicing visiting vessels in our safe harbor. Point Hope Maritime has been successful by focusing on efficient high quality service of these vessels by our skilled employees. The shipyard invests heavily in infrastructure improvements, environmental upgrades and maintains a focus on safe operations.