- Category: Tweets
- Published on Sunday, 06 April 2014 00:00
The week in review » Twitter posts and shared links from March 30-April 5, 2014
It's been a busy week in my other life. Here's a compilation of the 10 tweets that were sent from the @SouthOfFraser Twitter account, not including the daily and weekly posting tweets.
This records shared and retweeted items that reflect areas of interest for Delta, Surrey, White Rock and the Langleys. The @SouthOfFraser account tries to publicize items of interest to civic-minded people with an emphasis on news sources that may not get a lot of retweets.
MPmarkwarawa Apr 04, 1:42pm via Mobile Web (M2)
2/2 Nominate a #Langley youth as your #EnvironmentalHero today. ow.ly/uX88Y
604Now Apr 04, 3:05pm via HootSuite
The annual Vaisakhi Parade (one of the largest in Canada) will make its way through #Surrey April 19th - ow.ly/vbQNJ
News1130radio Apr 05, 5:27pm via dlvr.it
Low cost #housing dispute spurs demonstration in #Surrey dlvr.it/5KXLPQ
Surrey_Events Apr 05, 12:05pm via HootSuite
Reminder: #P4TP 2014 location is City Hall Plaza! It's also the Grand Opening of #SurreyBC New City Hall! ow.ly/vrjNM
carbontalks Apr 05, 5:20pm via HootSuite
Join us at @sfusurrey Tuesday/1pm for dialogue on transportation, economy, #transit referendum htl.li/vrgKJ #SurreyBC
SouthofFraser Apr 01, 2:03pm via MailChimp
Intelligence from South of the Fraser for 04/01/2014 - eepurl.com/RHEIv
SouthofFraser Mar 31, 5:45pm via HootSuite
RT @SMHFoundation: Did you know? More than 25 per cent of ICU patients come to Surrey from elsewhere in the region and province....
SouthofFraser Mar 31, 3:10pm via HootSuite
RT @delford: Great to see RCMP foot patrols around Unwin Park on Saturday @NewtonResidents #surreybc
SouthofFraser Mar 31, 12:05pm via HootSuite
The week in review in Surrey BC » Crash closes Patullo, Exclusive club proposed, RCMP bike squad nets 13, ow.ly/vbjgM #surreybc
SouthofFraser Mar 31, 8:02am via HootSuite
RT @lailayuile: Mattresses dumped behind #newton mall, beside rec centre #surreybc This is where city held Newton festival last year...