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Bhim Bhimraj

A beehive thrives because all the bees work together to ensure the survival of the colony. Every bee has a unique job and is fully aware of the role it plays in the hive. Our Bee-Clean hive is no different. Sadly, in June, we lost a cherished and highly valued member of our Edmonton hive. …

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Nation Indigenous Peoples Day

Setting aside a day for Indigenous Peoples is part of the broader recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ important place within the fabric of Canada and their ongoing contributions as First Peoples.  This year on June 21, 2020, to mark National Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Bee-Clean is supporting The Moose Hide Campaign. The Moose Hide Campaign (MHC) is …

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Now is the time to listen

Right now is a pivotal moment in our country. As Canadian stories of injustice begin to circulate, shining a broader light on the marginalization and discrimination of our Indigenous and Black communities, now is not a time to be silent! It is time to come together in support of reconciliation, civil rights, and unconditional love. …

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Bee-Clean Named Best Managed for 2020

Bee-Clean, Canada’s largest janitorial service provider for over 50 years is a winner of Canada’s Best Managed companies program for 2020, sponsored by Deloitte Private, CIBC, Canadian Business, Smith School of Business, and TMX Group.

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Bulletin #3

As of today, January 30, 2020, the WHO has declared a public health emergency of international concern1 (PHEIC) related to the recently identified 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Currently, the WHO pandemic phase is Phase 2, Alert and this phase is currently unrelated to the nCoV (please see Bee-Clean’s Pandemic Risk Management Document for additional information regarding pandemic …

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Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Bulletin #2

As of today, January 28, 2020, the WHO has not declared a public health emergency1 related to the recently identified Novel Coronavirus (nCoV). Currently, the WHO phase is Phase 2, Alert and this phase is currently unrelated to the nCoV (please see Bee-Clean’s Pandemic Risk Management Document for additional information regarding pandemic phases). As of …

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Bee-Clean Novel Coronavirus Bulletin #1

****Bee-Clean Novel Coronavirus Bulletin – January 22, 2020**** As of today, January 22, 2020, the WHO has not declared a public health emergency1 related to the recently identified Novel Coronavirus (nCoV). Currently, the WHO phase is phase 2, Alert and this phase is currently unrelated to the nCoV (please see Bee-Clean’s Pandemic Risk Management Document for …

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Bee-Clean recognized by CCAB

Bee-Clean Building Maintenance recognized for commitment to Aboriginal business Canada’s largest building maintenance service provider achieves Silver Progressive Aboriginal Relations certification VANCOUVER – The commitment of Bee-Clean Building Maintenance to working with Aboriginal communities will be recognized this week at the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) Annual Gala, September 24th, at the Fairmont Waterfront …

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