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Garden to table: Choose foods that will fight for you

Garden to table: Choose foods that will fight for you

These super foods will help you fight disease rather than feed disease
Older and Wiser: When should seniors stop driving? It's a serious question

Older and Wiser: When should seniors stop driving? It's a serious question

Getting around is important for seniors, but so is staying safe and avoiding crashes
A new Japanese specialty food market is opening in West Vancouver

A new Japanese specialty food market is opening in West Vancouver

A new destination for fresh sushi, wagyu sliced to order, grab-and-go and frozen Japanese meals, housewares, and more.
How COVID-19 changed Canada's eating habits

How COVID-19 changed Canada's eating habits

Data reveals Canadians are increasingly turning to comfort food throughout the pandemic
Seymour restaurants unite in reusable container campaign for takeout and delivery

Seymour restaurants unite in reusable container campaign for takeout and delivery

Ocean Ambassadors Canada and reusables.com lead effort to take plastic takeout containers out of rotation
Garden to table: 'edible ecosystem' takes a grassy patch from barren to bountiful

Garden to table: 'edible ecosystem' takes a grassy patch from barren to bountiful

A midsummer planting yields a harvest of sweet melons, squash and hot chili peppers in time for Thanksgiving
Column: Wines to be thankful for at Thanksgiving

Column: Wines to be thankful for at Thanksgiving

Champagne, white and red wines all that are good for Thanksgiving
Move On: Here's a look at how North Vancouver's Highway 1 project helps cyclists and pedestrians

Move On: Here's a look at how North Vancouver's Highway 1 project helps cyclists and pedestrians

North Vancouver's massive Lower Lynn project was meant to aid the flow of car traffic, but it might be even more beneficial to cyclists and pedestrians
Older and Wiser: Natural disasters disproportionately impact seniors

Older and Wiser: Natural disasters disproportionately impact seniors

Older people need to be prepared for emergencies before they happen, writes columnist Margaret Coates
Grouse Grind  closed weekdays for the next five weeks

Grouse Grind closed weekdays for the next five weeks

Trail upgrades coming in October, although hikers can still Grind on the weekend