Mercedes-Benz Canada and its national dealer network team worked tirelessly throughout 2020 to ensure that every dealership could protect customer and employee health while continuing to deliver the highest standard of service. Despite the challenging circumstances, Canadian customers were excited by the Mercedes-Benz product lineup’s best-in-class technology, exceptional luxury and high performance.
In keeping with the style of the historic original, the special model combines a Bordeaux leather interior with a red fabric convertible top. The convertible top bears embossed Boxster 25 lettering. Both are also available in black. An interior package in Aluminium, 14-way electrically adjustable sports seats, door sill trims with “Boxster 25″ lettering and the heated GT multifunction sports leather steering wheel are just some of the features on the new model’s extended standard equipment list.
“Premier Horgan promised that all British Columbians would receive their BC Recovery Benefit by Christmas, but more than 300,000 people throughout B.C. are still waiting on their cheques,” Morris added. “This is another example of John Horgan playing politics instead of helping British Columbians during a pandemic.”
Just as you schedule your work diary to organize your workload or meetings, you could find time to exercise. Treat exercise with the same priority as a virtual meeting or call with a client. Blocking out time away from your desk would result in you more likely doing it at different suitable times in the day.
Jasmine Mander recently won an award from the Women’s Executive Network (WXN): Canada’s Most Powerful Women Top 100 Awards in Arts, Sports & Entertainment. The award recognizes women who have shaped Canadian thinking, communications, and culture. Jasmine is a former elite-level soccer player and has coached in the Whitecaps FC BMO Academy System , and is currently a coach educator for BC Soccer, and a BC Soccer Diversity and Inclusion committee member.
“Canadians are finding ways to stay connected and engage their minds in positive ways; they are looking for joy and entertainment in what can only be characterized as one of the most difficult times in modern human history. We have found that Canadian gamers recognize the power of play, and they are engaging more and more in the immersive and connected experiences that our industry creates. We will get through this period together, and video games will continue to be both an outlet for people but also an important way to keep them connected to their families and friends.”
—JAYSON HILCHIE, President & CEO, Entertainment Software Association of Canada