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MainConnect NewslettersVancouverJuly 2020 Vancouver Newsletter


July 2020 Vancouver Newsletter


May we think of freedom not as a right to do as we please, but as an opportunity to do what is right.

Peter Marshall


International Drop A Rock Day
July 3, 2020

International Drop a Rock Day encourages creative inspiration. Paint designs on small rocks then hide them for others to find. Your artwork will bring smiles of delight to whoever finds them.

World Chocolate Day
July 7, 2020

Whether it is chocolate milk, hot chocolate, a chocolate candy bar, chocolate cake, brownies, or something covered in chocolate, this day is for chocolate lovers.

World Emoji Day
July 17, 2020

The day encourages us to use emojis to send unique messages.

July 30, 2020

The day encourages making friends and building relationships with people outside of your own culture, country, or background. Through these relationships, a culture of peaceful and mutual understanding develops.



Grab a sparkler, a slice of pie, and a moving box. It’s Canada Day! Canadians, no matter where you are, celebrate! Sing “O’Canada” or attend a local event. Wear red and white while sharing your Canadian heritage.

BC Moves Into Phase 3 Reopening Plan

British Columbia is further easing restrictions set in place to control COVID-19, meaning residents will be allowed to travel within the province as hotels, motels, resorts, spas, and RV parks look to reopen.

Premier John Horgan announced Wednesday that B.C. will gradually be moving into Phase 3 of its restart plan, after the province managed to increase activity without seeing a spike in the number of COVID-19 cases in recent weeks.


International Kissing Day Is July 6 😘

Before it was common for people to be able to write, an “X” would be signed. Then the signer would kiss the X as a pledge to honor the signature. (Could be where the “X” came to represent a kiss?)

  • Passionate kissing burns 6.4 calories a minute.
  • A Hershey’s kiss contains 26 calories, which takes five minutes of walking–or about four minutes of kissing–to burn off.
  • The study of kissing is better known as philematology.
  • Lips are 100 times more sensitive than the tips of the fingers.

We Have A New Student Financial Planner In the Vancouver Campus

Keziah Bull has joined the team as our Student Financial Planner. She is here to help you with your student loans or any questions you may have so don't hesitate to give her a call.

Welcome Irene Parrilla - Our New ADOA

We would like to extend a warm welcome to Irene Parrilla. She is our new ADOA at the Vancouver Campus. If you would like more information on programs give her a call or email her at Irene.Parrilla@career.college.

Welcome to Tamanna Mamnum - Our New ADOA in Vancouver

We would like to extend a warm welcome to Tamanna Mamnum. She is available for appointments in the Vancouver office so give her call or email her at Tamanna.Mamnum@career.college for more program information.