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Fashion blogger finds her niche

NIKI Blasina is addicted to coffee, loves documentaries, and owns an Ed Hardy hat (glitter, skulls and all). These are just a few things she recently revealed to readers of her blog in a post titled "25 Things You Didn't Know About Me.
Tiny iQ takes on Smart

Tiny iQ takes on Smart

New funding for charging stations

A new provincial funding incentive will help British Columbia communities, businesses and other organizations host electric vehicle charging stations in strategic locations across the province for use by members of the public or by fleets.
Best dressed

Best dressed

A dinner for dear old Dad

FATHER'S Day has rolled around again, and if you're hosting a dinner to honour that special guy here are a few ideas to make it a feast befitting the occasion.

Father's Day favourites

HERE'S a cute craft idea for the kids to make on Father's Day. This year, surprise Dad with a gift placed inside a custom made gift bag. These cute little gift bags take only minutes to assemble and make wonderful wrappings for his special day.

Insect control is simple

THERE be bugs in the garden. But that's a good thing, so stay calm, do some homework and understand if you need to intervene or not.

Green guide

Lawn Sprinkling Regulation: Until Sept. 30 sprinkling will be permitted from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m. only. Even numbered addresses may sprinkle Mondays, Wednesdays or Saturdays and odd numbered addresses on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Sundays.

Create a hideaway at home

A well designed home is a composition of spaces that graduate from the public to the private and provide varying levels of intimacy for household members to express themselves communally and individually.
Go back in time at Andrew's

Go back in time at Andrew's

I love this town, but it occurs to me that in some ways I don't fit in well here. There is something about the West Coast trend for tearing down old buildings and replacing them with sparkly new ones that rubs me the wrong way.