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Seven-day Vancouver International Wine festival readies for launch

Seven-day Vancouver International Wine festival readies for launch

City’s largest food and wine event since pandemic started set to start May 16
Ask Ellie: If partner swears off marriage, it's time to reassess

Ask Ellie: If partner swears off marriage, it's time to reassess

If you want marriage and kids, he’s not the man for you
Short film spotlights 73-year-old mountain bike legend 'North Shore Betty'

Short film spotlights 73-year-old mountain bike legend 'North Shore Betty'

A new Patagonia documentary shines a light on North Vancouver downhill mountain biking trailblazer Betty Birrell, who didn't start riding until she was in her 40s and raising a young son.
Ask Ellie: To manage anger, look inward and heal old wounds

Ask Ellie: To manage anger, look inward and heal old wounds

There are lessons to be learned from Will Smith's violent reaction to anger at the Oscars
What are these peculiar objects hanging off Vancouver trees?

What are these peculiar objects hanging off Vancouver trees?

They almost look like giant plastic screws hanging off of trees, but these strange objects serve an important purpose in the province.
Opinion: How to boost your attention and ability to function with meditation, exercise and sleep

Opinion: How to boost your attention and ability to function with meditation, exercise and sleep

Research highlights the importance of daily meditation, exercise and sleep for improving executive functioning, a component of attention that helps people focus.
Local agency cares for your hearing health with personalized support and services

Local agency cares for your hearing health with personalized support and services

May is Better Speech and Hearing Month, and Wavefront Centre is facilitating hearing health care through their programs and services
Opinion: Four lessons from online learning that should stick after the pandemic

Opinion: Four lessons from online learning that should stick after the pandemic

The question for all educators should be: How do we capitalize on COVID-19 initiated change to build better education systems for the future?
Opinion: When it comes to food prices, the Canadian government's hands are tied

Opinion: When it comes to food prices, the Canadian government's hands are tied

Rising food prices are not an easy fix and we shouldn’t be pretending otherwise.
Garden to Table: How do you grow your own food? Start small...

Garden to Table: How do you grow your own food? Start small...

Resilient greens such as kale, arugula, chard, and spinach are great plants to try out if you want to get into growing your own food.