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Dayhu Group proposes new distribution centre at airport

Dayhu Group proposes new distribution centre at airport

At the opening of the new 80th Street overpass Thursday, Delta Mayor Lois Jackson announced a new proposed development for Boundary Bay Airport.

Family-owned real estate investment company Dayhu Group has proposed building a 900,000 square foot commercial distribution centre on industrial land at the airport.

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New overpass to provide direct access to airport

New overpass to provide direct access to airport

Provincial and federal ministers joined the Corporation of Delta Thursday to celebrate the grand opening of the new 80th Street overpass.

"The completion of this portion of the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor is important to the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative, as it connects the transportation system in Delta, making it more efficient for trade, motorists and pedestrians," said Randy Kamp, parliamentary secretary to the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, who was there on behalf of Ed Fast, Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway.

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FBO Profile: Boundary Bay Air Services

Despite the mild winter that befell most of North America this past year, one might be excused for believing one of the few areas not to experience a severe decline in de-icing demand to be Vancouver, British Columbia. After all, the Whistler-Blackcomb ski resort (host to the 2010 Winter Olympics) just 70 miles away received 45 feet of snow this past season. Yet at Vancouver’s Boundary Bay Airport (CZBB), unseasonable weather prevailed. “In terms of winters, it’s been a wet one, but it hasn’t been a cold one,” said Lyle Soetaert, the manager of the airport’s FBO, Boundary Bay Air Services. “We had snow just two times this year and in both cases it was gone by midday.”

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