July 2009 - Senior Living Vancouver & Lower Mainland
Though he's been thriving in the building industry for more than 40 years, Shell would rather be fishing.
Community gardens are sprouting all over the Lower Mainland, but not quickly enough for some urban dwellers.
Travelling close to hom ecan be a delicious learning experience.
Well-known Vancouver disc jockey Red Robinson reflects on the glory days of radio.
Exploring the North Arm of the Fraser by sailboat.
Writer Nadine Jones rallies a community - and becomes an amphibian.
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Sunrise of Victoria is a licensed long term care community located just minutes from Beacon Hill Park, downtown Victoria and three blocks from the Empress Hotel and Inner Harbor. Our community is set in a well-established, quiet residential neighborhood. We pride ourselves in our high-quality, resident-focused care and services. CLICK HERE.
Berwick Retirement Communities has made a very clear statement about how this small, family-owned BC company intended to elevate the quality of life for its residents.