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Ask Ellie: To find lasting love, first recognize poor choices of past

Ask Ellie: To find lasting love, first recognize poor choices of past

Before dating again, bolster your own sense of self-worth, bringing confidence and realistic needs to an emotionally healthy choice of partner.
Beaver waddles by to check out new West Vancouver café

Beaver waddles by to check out new West Vancouver café

The Isetta Café Bistro is set to open May 2 in an iconic commercial space known for its unique West Coast design.
Ask Ellie: In wedding invitation, be specific on plus-ones, kids, other issues

Ask Ellie: In wedding invitation, be specific on plus-ones, kids, other issues

It’s the bold impudence of the couple who brought her, and the gall of the uninvited woman to just tag along, that matter here.
Ask Ellie: Denying sex in marriage is unfair to spouse

Ask Ellie: Denying sex in marriage is unfair to spouse

Marriage is a bond and most couples understand from the start, that sex is part of the overall connection through love, caring, commitment and sexual intimacy.
Opinion: Studying how people spend their time reveals how societies differ and change over time

Opinion: Studying how people spend their time reveals how societies differ and change over time

Tracking how people use their time is increasing in popularity, but it is a surprisingly under-used research method considering how much information it can provide in various fields.
How to stop your bike from getting stolen

How to stop your bike from getting stolen

It's busy season for bike thieves. Here's what you can do to help keep your treasured bicycle safe
Opinion: The art of raising a pandemic baby

Opinion: The art of raising a pandemic baby

'The irony, of course, is that our tiny humans are trying to fall in love with this world while we’re mourning the one that was left behind. And maybe it’s them that will teach us how to look forward instead of back.'
Opinion: For people who exercise in groups, ‘we’ has benefits — but don’t lose sight of ‘me’

Opinion: For people who exercise in groups, ‘we’ has benefits — but don’t lose sight of ‘me’

There are benefits to group exercise, but relying too much on a group may leave people less resilient for solo exercise, especially if suddenly cut off from a group as many were during COVID-19.
Oncologist: Testicular cancer is ‘highly treatable’

Oncologist: Testicular cancer is ‘highly treatable’

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month
Opinion: Why are men are having more orgasms than women in heterosexual relationships?

Opinion: Why are men are having more orgasms than women in heterosexual relationships?

Like other gender gaps, it is important to continue pushing past individual explanations and understand the gender gap in orgasms as a form of gender inequality.