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Finding Clarity

By Yvonne Zacharias on Oct 1, 2016

Behind every great yoga teacher is a mentor. If thunderous cheers and outpourings of affection from students are any sign of greatness, Gloria Latham makes the ranks. Read more...


That's a Wrap!

By Callie Martin on Oct 1, 2016

Though most of us opt to simply drape it around our shoulders on a chilly autumn morning, the scarf is a far more versatile piece. Here are three ways to wear your scarf to its — and your — full potential. Read more...


Lucky Star

By Victoria Ford on Oct 1, 2016

“It’s like a lot of things in life, it all goes by so quickly.” So begins my conversation with Canadian actor Jackson Davies. Read more...


The Magical World of Kenya

By Marilyn Jones on Oct 1, 2016

Arriving in Nairobi, a bustling modern city in the heart of Kenya, I could be in any major city. But as soon as I leave the city limits, I find myself in the magical land of exotic animals, tribal warriors and unparalleled landscape. Read more...


Haida Gwaii

By Marie Bruce on Sep 13, 2016

I love nature and wild places and I especially love Emily Carr's atmospheric paintings from her time in Haida Gwaii so I went ahead and booked my Air Canada flight to Sandspit to travel in early August 2015. Read more...


Blues and Blessings

By Kiana Karimkhani on Sep 1, 2016

From her name alone – not manufactured for the stage but chosen by her mother for its French evocation – one could deduce Sibel Thrasher was fated to be an entertainer. Read more...


Channelling Europe

By Lorraine Brett on Sep 1, 2016

A selection of European fashion retailers recently opened their doors in the Village at Park Royal in West Vancouver to unveil fall lines with a clear nod to the Givenchy couture we identify with Hepburn. Read more...


Dating in the Third Act

By Gery Lemon on Sep 1, 2016

With the explosion of online possibilities and a whole new sense of daring, people who have been widowed, divorced or always single, are exploring dating in life’s third act. They’re finding a lot has changed. Read more...


Pamela Martin: On the Move

By John Thomson on Sep 1, 2016

“I had a dream childhood,” says former news anchor Pamela Martin of her early days in Birmingham, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. Now, working as an advocate for the BC Liberals, Pamela has traded her anchor desk for advocacy Read more...


Go Guided

By Kate Robertson on Sep 1, 2016

The Greek fabulist, Aesop, said “travel is worthwhile,” and nobody understands this better than Collette, a family-owned business that offers guided tours to all seven continents. Read more...


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