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Opinion: Four lessons from online learning that should stick after the pandemic

Opinion: Four lessons from online learning that should stick after the pandemic

The question for all educators should be: How do we capitalize on COVID-19 initiated change to build better education systems for the future?
Minter: Get mom colourful, fragrant flowers for Mother's Day

Minter: Get mom colourful, fragrant flowers for Mother's Day

Moms are pretty special and, since Mother's Day is almost here, I’d like to offer a few suggestions to say thank you beautifully.
Opinion: When it comes to food prices, the Canadian government's hands are tied

Opinion: When it comes to food prices, the Canadian government's hands are tied

Rising food prices are not an easy fix and we shouldn’t be pretending otherwise.
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.
Photos: This Vancouver business was one of the first clean beauty brands in Canada

Photos: This Vancouver business was one of the first clean beauty brands in Canada

Sappho New Paradigm challenges how we view both business and beauty.
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
Blackout Arts premieres new play by North Shore director

Blackout Arts premieres new play by North Shore director

Echoes from Far Away Cities by Amir N. Hosseini premieres May 3 at Vancouver's Annex.