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Helping caregivers' dreams come true

WHEN asked what our dreams are, most of us have one or two in mind, but we're often too sidetracked by daily life to focus on them.

North Vancouver teen takes action

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada's annual Light The Night Walk is set for Saturday, Oct. 15 at Lumberman's Arch in Stanley Park. The fundraiser, which gets underway at 5:30 p.m., followed by the walk at 7 p.m.
Wear Else Fashion Show

Wear Else Fashion Show

North Van hot rodder honoured

NORTH Vancouver hot rodder Lorne Kerr will be inducted into the Greater Vancouver Motorsports Pioneers Society in a ceremony this Sunday at the Vancouver's Croatian Cultural Centre.

Business suits and bed linens at Bellevue shop

FASHION and homewares under one roof: it's a winning concept that American retailers like Anthopologie have perfected.

Step Into Fall With A Brilliant White Smile

"Dr. Lee and his hygenist were very understanding about my concerns."

Aviva seeks votes for community funds

Know of a project that deserves funding? Consider nominating it for Aviva Canada's Community Fund, which is offering $1 million to local initiatives across Canada.

Follow the 3 Ps of home renovation

EVERY home project begins with an idea and ends with the culmination of the job. In between, there are three main components of an improvement project that can mean the difference between success and frustration: Planning, permits and protection.
Food fun at Sushi Nami

Food fun at Sushi Nami

AT a media dinner once, I sat dumbfounded while a local food blogger evangelized on the importance of authenticity in food.

Amazon fires up its newest Kindle

IT has been a busy few weeks in the world of tech with new products galore, including the much anticipated Amazon Kindle Fire, which should help define the tablet market.
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