Recreation & Leisure

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Catching Waves on British Columbia’s West Coast

By Doc Pow on Jun 1, 2013

We arrived eyes wide open. Pulling up to Long Beach, snuggled along British Columbia’s Vancouver Island’s Pacific Rim National Park, there were bald eagles flying overhead and an endless beach before us as we squeaked into our wet suits. It’s March, it’s Canada, and we are going surfing – is this wrong? Read more...

Enjoying Winter Activities with Less Pain

By News Canada on Dec 5, 2012

Many Canadians are sidelined from participating in the things they might normally like to do this time of year, such as cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing, indoor tennis or even going away on vacation. People with chronic pain due to osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee, for example, often avoid even simple things such as visiting family and friends over the holidays. Read more...

The Zen of Biking

By Marie Bruce on Nov 13, 2012

I was reluctant to rejoin walking groups or book clubs in fact any of the activities I normally enjoyed before George died – I didn’t have the heart to return to the normal fray of my previous life. Read more...

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