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Ask Ellie: Keep an eye on neighbour's kids, but don't intrude

Ask Ellie: Keep an eye on neighbour's kids, but don't intrude

If another incident occurs, you will have to speak up, for the children’s sake. For now, just keep a watchful eye.
Write on: 6 Vancouver stationery stores

Write on: 6 Vancouver stationery stores

You type and text all day. Pick up some pens and paper at these local stationery stores for that old-fashioned feel.
Vancouver-based sneaker brands for easy city hikes with killer style

Vancouver-based sneaker brands for easy city hikes with killer style

When yet another Tinder date suggests going for an easy trail hike lace up a pair of these bad boys.
Artizia just dropped Tna swim so here are the best swimsuits for summer

Artizia just dropped Tna swim so here are the best swimsuits for summer

Turn up to the pool, lake, or oceanside in one of these summer swimwear fits.
Best thrift stores in Vancouver: Low-budget edition

Best thrift stores in Vancouver: Low-budget edition

And it's not limited to clothes!
Ask Ellie: Parents have duty to tell kids uncomfortable truths

Ask Ellie: Parents have duty to tell kids uncomfortable truths

It's a parent's job to help kids face some grim realities with strength and understanding
Trend report: Y2K fashion is back with a vengeance and millennials are baffled

Trend report: Y2K fashion is back with a vengeance and millennials are baffled

Somethings to consider before jumping on yet another trend.
'17 billion nanoplastics': Tampons and pads not so plastic-free

'17 billion nanoplastics': Tampons and pads not so plastic-free

What does all this plastic mean in the long run?
How to identify sustainable packaging in the beauty industry

How to identify sustainable packaging in the beauty industry

What shoppers - and brands - can do to support sustainability when it comes to packaging.
Minter: Want butterflies in your garden? Here are the best plants

Minter: Want butterflies in your garden? Here are the best plants

We are slowly learning the true value of insects in our gardens, as friends, pollinators and natural predators for some of our more troublesome pests. Others, like butterflies, also add an element of grace and beauty to our gardens.
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