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Starting Wednesday, you can order a cold Tim Hortons beverage in a reusable cup

Starting Wednesday, you can order a cold Tim Hortons beverage in a reusable cup

This is not a drill. It's BYOC at Tim Hortons starting April 6!
Ask Ellie: Practise self-protection with problematic old friends

Ask Ellie: Practise self-protection with problematic old friends

Self-care, practiced whenever confronted with other people’s negative behaviour toward you, is a shield that separates you emotionally from feeling hurt
This is why you might spot a Blockbuster Video in Vancouver this spring

This is why you might spot a Blockbuster Video in Vancouver this spring

A blast from the past.
Younger Canadians find belonging in shared lived experiences over place-based communities

Younger Canadians find belonging in shared lived experiences over place-based communities

B.C. has the highest levels for belonging to the province and Canada.
Ask Ellie: Give up the role of taskmaster in marriage

Ask Ellie: Give up the role of taskmaster in marriage

Try hiring a professional for big jobs around the house
More Canadians would quit if employers didn't allow working from home, poll finds

More Canadians would quit if employers didn't allow working from home, poll finds

Working in the office is so 2019.
Ask Ellie: Take break from friendship if it doesn't lead where you want it to

Ask Ellie: Take break from friendship if it doesn't lead where you want it to

If she’s uninterested in a relationship, ask why and consider a pause so you both take time to reconsider
Everything you need to consider as a B.C. resident booking travel in 2022

Everything you need to consider as a B.C. resident booking travel in 2022

What is the number one question to ask an insurance provider? An expert weighs in.
Health Canada seizes sex enhancement product from Lower Mainland store

Health Canada seizes sex enhancement product from Lower Mainland store

Side effects include increased blood pressure and heart rate, anxiety, dizziness, tremors, headache, nausea and sleep disorders.
Despite rising costs and inflation, more Canadians are wanting pets over kids

Despite rising costs and inflation, more Canadians are wanting pets over kids

Kids and pets can be costly but one is significantly less.
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