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Coming Soon…

SeeVirtual will soon be announcing a way to make ordering a Virtual Tour even easier…stay tuned!

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SeeVirtual’s New Ride!

Coming to a street near you…especially if you book a virtual tour!

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Happy Halloween from the Staff at SeeVirtual!

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Our Green Office

One of our objectives at Seevirtual is to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Our recycling program includes recycling of paper, electronics and plastic. We use low energy compact bulbs and have replaced our water cooler with a Brita tap filter. All computers and electronics, other than the main backup, are shut down at night and on weekends when not in use. By replacing the light switch, in our copy room, with a motion detector switch and using natural light, where possible, we are not just saving energy but are saving on our power bill as well. Another idea was to send meeting notes by email to be viewed on the boardroom screen instead of being printed out only to be later discarded.
We are always looking for new ways to lessen our environmental impact and have recently registered with the David Suzuki Foundation Nature Challenge at Work Program. You can check this program out at:
http://www.davidsuzuki.org/NatureChallenge/at_Work/sign_up.aspx

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We Support Earth Hour!


We’ve signed up for Earth Hour! What is Earth Hour?

“WWF created Earth Hour to help people that are concerned about our planet and want to show their support for action on climate change.

Earth Hour provides WWF with the opportunity to mobilize millions of people towards global climate change action. At http://www.earthhourcanada.org, WWF provides the tools and information necessary to participate, while also tracking participation and measuring results.” From http://wwf.ca/earthhour

Earth Hour begins at 8:30 pm Saturday March 28 and ends on 9:30 pm. Over 2,848 cities, towns and municipalities in 84 countries have signed up and committed to this event. 250 cities in Canada alone are signed up and 70 events are planned. Vancouver will be powering down city hall and is asking residents to help darken all of the city skyline in support.

So turn off your lights for an hour on Saturday night and help send the message!

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