Bald Eagle Roost has Vancouver Concrete Plant Workers Nesting (As Seen in The Province)

Vancouver, British Columbia – Like increasing numbers of Vancouverites who value a central location, a couple of young parents have decided to forgo the spacious suburbs for a waterfront highrise to raise a family.

What the East Vancouver residence lacks in a decent-sized yard for the one youngs, it makes up for with plenty of nearby places to grab a bite and a killer view.

And the landlord has done a lot to renovate the fixer-upper, which comes with 24/7 video surveillance.

The male and female bald eagles live in a lone cottonwood at the Lafarge concrete plant on Vancouver Ports land on Commissioner Avenue, just west of the old Cannery Row restaurant.
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Lafarge Donation to Help With Food Bank Construction

Mission, British Columbia, Canada- Lafarge Aggregates has made a $15,000 donation in the form of aggregates to help the St. Joseph’s Food Bank building come to fruition. To read the full story in the Mission City Record, Click Here