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More Than Just Dinosaurs

By Kate Robertson on Apr 1, 2016

As Canadians, usually when we want a good dose of history we travel to Europe or Asia, but a recent trip to the Badlands in southeastern Alberta proved to me that we have some rich history of our own worth exploring. Read more...


Tulip Time

By Chris & Rick Millikan on Apr 1, 2016

Packing light, we rack up our bikes and head for the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. A comfortable Arlington base awaits us in Washington State, an easy drive south of the border. Read more...


Slow Food Inroads

By Joan Boxall on Apr 1, 2016

Slow Food is making inroads in British Columbia. And that’s just an appetizer. Unhurried and deliberate — the Slow Food Movement started in 1986 on the Spanish Steps in Rome in protest over the proposed site of a McDonald’s chain. Read more...


Wild Child

By John Thomson on Apr 1, 2016

“I’m a show-off. I can’t help it,” admits Vicki Gabereau, the former host of *Gabereau* on CBC Radio for 12 years and CTV’s *Gabereau Live* for eight, “and the more wild the situation gets, the wilder I get. Read more...


The Sounds of Georgian Bay

By Alan Luke & Jacquie Durand on Apr 1, 2016

The short chirping whistles of osprey and the tremulous wails of the loons echo over the rippling water as motoring boats and humming sea planes permeate the sounds of nature. These sounds abound on the bay yet the key Sounds of Georgian Bay are the waterfront communities of Parry Sound and Owen Sound. Read more...


Be a Hero...in the Life of a Child

Be A Hero is a humanitarian organization which works internationally to raise awareness and advocate for children who are “at risk” due to poverty, child labour, homelessness, sexual exploitation and trafficking, AIDS and war. Read more...


Carvers of the Cooks

By Jane Cassie on Mar 1, 2016

The 15 fabled Cook Islands sprinkle over two million kilometres of sapphire South Pacific, and though just west of Tahiti and south of Hawaii, they are idyllically removed from any commercialized bustle. Read more...


Feeling Like 40

By Kate Robertson on Mar 1, 2016

Bike, hike, ski, run. We want to do it all forever, right? As I found out, hyaluronic acid (HA), a protein normally produced by cartilage tissue in joints and found in the joint’s synovial fluid, can help us do just that. Read more...


Living Apart Together

By Linda Breault on Mar 1, 2016

Growing numbers of mid-life women and men are choosing a lifestyle option for relationships - Living Apart Together, sometimes known as LAT, where partners live separately. Read more...


Creating a Life She Loves

By James Ellsworth on Mar 1, 2016

Barbara Risto, the publisher/owner of INSPIRED Senior Living has walked the path of a caregiver, multiple times. She is a testament to being thrust into caregiver roles, as so many are; and also being able to live a fulfilling life. Read more...


A Younger Man

By Lianna Walden on Mar 1, 2016

Many young men are drawn to the idea of being with an older women, and many older women are attracted to younger man. Nothing is going to happen between anyone, however, until there is some kind of connection. Read more...


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