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Karima Jivraj started her career with the Royal Bank of Canada in 1990. After leaving the RBC in 1995 and doing some travelling, Karima came back to focus on a career in facilities management with companies like Purolator, Rogers, Seeton Shinkewski Design Group. Xanatrex Technologies and finishing off at the UBC Building Operations department in August of 2010.
In March 2011, after several months of intense hands on training, Karima became a franchise owner and opened a Bosley’s by PetValu store in New Westminster at Columbia Square. Her award-winning, community-focused, business is the premier destination for those with loveable furry family. Since opening her business in 2011, Karima and her team assist several local rescues and the New Westminster Animal Shelter by arranging pet adoptions into forever-homes and doing fundraising and community outreach events.
In a short-time, Karima has made a strong, positive impact in the community, developing relationships with locals and their furry friends. The Bosley’s New West team can be seen throughout the year at several key community events like the Pawfest, Downtown New Westminster events, and in store events. The store is also well known for popular annual community events.
Recent blog posts
- A Fatimid author wrote about the ideal characteristics of a da’i: piety, humility, generosity, forgiveness, ability to protect the weak
- This month in history: Hasan-i Sabbah arrived in Fatimid Cairo to pursue further education
- Today in history: Imam Sultan Mahomed Shah succeeded to the Imamat
- Reflections [Video] Celebrating His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan’s visits to Portugal
- Bangladesh’s Foreign Minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali praises Ismaili Muslim community’s spiritual leader Prince Karim Aga Khan for his development efforts in Bangladesh and around the globe
- Mawlana Hazar Imam: “The Faith urges freedom of intellectual enquiry and this freedom does not mean that knowledge will lose its spiritual dimension”
- President of Pakistan lauds Aga Khan’s development initiatives