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Ask Ellie: Teenagers need help adjusting to dad's new relationship

Ask Ellie: Teenagers need help adjusting to dad's new relationship

Teenagers rebelling against their parents’ divorce/new relationships, need supportive re-assurance of being still loved/connected to parents.
Vancouver's Commercial Drive is a vintage-lover's dream

Vancouver's Commercial Drive is a vintage-lover's dream

7 thrift stores on one street.
How to find a bra that actually fits in Vancouver

How to find a bra that actually fits in Vancouver

The biggest controversy in lingerie is sizing
Ask Ellie: Prioritize goals to end reliance on toxic relatives

Ask Ellie: Prioritize goals to end reliance on toxic relatives

Graduation and a steady job are keys to a better, happier, life
Opinion: Hemodialysis: New research could vastly improve this life-sustaining treatment for kidney failure patients

Opinion: Hemodialysis: New research could vastly improve this life-sustaining treatment for kidney failure patients

Hemodialysis filters kidney patients’ blood through a machine. Improving the membranes that mimic kidney function could reduce complications and side-effects, with better treatment results.
9 Vancouver blooms that aren’t cherry blossoms to watch out for this spring

9 Vancouver blooms that aren’t cherry blossoms to watch out for this spring

Springing up from the ground.
RBC survey finds 85% of British Columbians feel they haven't saved enough for retirement

RBC survey finds 85% of British Columbians feel they haven't saved enough for retirement

Saving for one's retirement is a difficult and overwhelming task.
Ask Ellie: Proceed carefully in second chance with 'first love'

Ask Ellie: Proceed carefully in second chance with 'first love'

The second time around with your “first love” should hopefully be deeper, wiser, more certain, more mature, and far more lasting.
Opinion: Endometriosis: How advocacy, awareness and algorithms could shorten the long wait for diagnosis and treatment

Opinion: Endometriosis: How advocacy, awareness and algorithms could shorten the long wait for diagnosis and treatment

People living with endometriosis wait an average of 7.5 years for a diagnosis. Social science researchers are working to identify ways to help reduce this timeline.
More Canadians want accessible and aesthetic buildings in their communities

More Canadians want accessible and aesthetic buildings in their communities

A new poll shows only 47 per cent of Canadians admire the architecture where they live.