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Plaid is pretty in pink for fall

What colours are in fashion this fall season? Excited in Edgemont Dear Edgemont: From what I have been hearing ladies want and need some colour in their fall wardrobe. Lucky for you, colour is in the air.

Shop local, it supports our community

Building a small business selling toys is hard enough. Building one that shuns the latest passing fads takes some real commitment. That's what Pat Gallaher has. His Edgemont Village store, B.C.

LIVE GREEN: Cut down on dinner-for-one food waste

Cooking for one?

Winterproof your lawn

COOLER days and lots of moisture means the grass will be growing again after the summer's heat and there's a lot to do with the lawn to get it ready for winter.

Making the most of leftovers

OK, so now you have a large turkey corpse residing in your fridge and you want to come up with something more creative than sticking some meat between two pieces of bread. Look no further. Here are three ways to use up what's left of the Great Bird.

Back to school for co-parents

STAYING connected with your child's school is a challenge at the best of times, but when you are co-parenting it requires planning, coordination and cooperation between you and your co-parent.

Going green makes good business sense

WHEN thinking about "green" buildings, we usually understand the positive impact on the environment, but many are also interested in the business case for going green.

Exchanging tools? It works

Tools have always been important to Sergei Gassiev, whether in his former life as a surgeon in Russia, or most recently as a logistics manager for a construction company.

Kids' stuff

North Shore Celtic Ensemble: Children ages nine to 11 who have at least two years of violin, ongoing private lessons and an interest in Celtic music are invited to play in a lively ensemble. Rehearsals take place Wednesdays from 7: 30 to 8: 30 p.m.
Going on a city sleepover

Going on a city sleepover

THERE'S a lot going on in that city over the bridge. Maybe you work there, or occasionally meet friends for a weekend cocktail, but by and large, North Shore folk tend to spend most of our time on this bank of the inlet.
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