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Keen Engineering celebrates Kyoto

Feb 17, 2005

By Catherine Barr


A good-for-the-environment gala of sorts took place last week at the Pan Pacific Atrium as Keen Engineering decided to acknowledge Canada's committment to the Kyoto Protocol which officially came into effect on Feb. 16. Designed in 1997 as a world-wide approach to cut greehouse gases and emissions, there is still some substantial work to be done and encouraging Canadian leaders and businesses to stay committed was what this night was all about.

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He's photographed the Canucks and many other big name stars. Gary Wildman, seen here with assistant Leeann Anaka, was busy shooting smiles.
Keen Enginering's GM Sid Siddiqui (left), seen here with marketing gal Jeanne Coleman and president Kevin Hydes, are busy showing the world just how easy it is to go green.
Access to healthy seafood, including wild salmon, is only going to improve as we go green as Susan Larson and Steve McTaggart of the Fraser Health Authority will tell you.
(Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia) APEBC's Anne Garrett (left) and Richard Lindsey chatted with  DAWEG (Division for the Advancement of Women in Engineering and Geoscience) chair Maggie Wojtarowicz.
Keen Engineering's project manager Michael Dhont is also a BC Cup mountain bike champ who knows the value of going green.
Toasting the occasion were Walter Linck (left), Geoff Adair, Bob Cooke and Brian Buchanan.


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