Integrative Naturopathic Medical Centre is one of Vancouver’s oldest naturopathic clinics. As the 2017 winner of the People’s Choice Award for Best Naturopathic Medicine in Vancouver, this place knows how to take care of people. In particular, caring for those suffering with cancer by providing leading edge alternative cancer treatments. Integrative’s Cancer Program Although they’ve always … Read moreAlternative Cancer Treatments in Vancouver
Subsidized Naturopathic Healthcare: The Integrative Community Accessibility Program One of Vancouver’s most established and recognized integrated medical clinics has created a program offering low-cost naturopathic healthcare for residents of British Columbia who are covered by the Premium Assistance Medical Services Plan. Integrative Naturopathic Medical Centre quietly but officially launched the Integrative Community Accessibility Program (ICAP) … Read moreSubsidized Naturopathic Healthcare for Vancouver
If you’ve never heard of Winspiration Day, you’re not alone. Until this year, this international event has been celebrated all over the world; but never in Vancouver. 2016 is different! On May 7th, Vancouverites can celebrate this day of love, acceptance, strength, and dream-building at the Orpheum Annex at 823 Seymour Street from 3-5pm. So what … Read moreWinspiration Day Comes to Vancouver!
October 22nd marks the commencement of the 23rd annual Surrey International Writers’ Conference, a non-profit writers’ event that provides professional development to both new and novice writers. This year, 54 editors, agents, authors, film makers, and social media gurus from all of the world (including LA and New York, and as far as the UK … Read moreThe Writers’ Event of the Year: #SiWC15
Vancouver has a HUGE yoga collective, and the practice is only gaining more and more traction with those inspired to live a healthy lifestyle. Touted as a great way to connect with the mind, body, and soul, yoga seems to be everywhere. Which is why we think it’s a shame that Yoga Teacher Training is … Read moreYoga Teacher Training in the Valley
Hey, Vancouver! If you’re a health and wellness business owner in the Vancouver area, and dread writing your own blog posts, we have a solution for you. Introducing Fresh + Fit Vancouver, a website that provides curated lifestyle blogs for our city’s amazing health and wellness industry. Written in fun, upbeat, quirky language, Fresh + … Read moreFresh + Fit Vancouver: Original Content Writing
Join the Movement: Fitness, Food, Fashion, and Fun As a longtime fan of Free People, I had the immense privilege of attending an event that occurred in six major cities around the world on Tuesday, January 20th. Free People, in partnership with Women’s Health, has created a movement, the purpose of which is to … Read moreFree People Movement: what moves you?
Calling all writers! While the end of summer is often a melancholy time of year for Vancouverites (here comes the rain!), it also means that fall is just around the corner, and that the 22nd Annual Surrey International Writers’ Conference will be in full swing! “The SiWC Society prides itself in creating an atmosphere of writers helping … Read moreThe 22nd Annual Surrey International Writers’ Conference is BACK!
Cathay Pacific Airways has once again been named “World’s Best Airline” in the annual Skytrax World Airline Awards. This is the fourth time Cathay Pacific has received the World’s Best Airline honour – the only airline to achieve such a feat. The carrier also took the title in 2003, 2005 and 2009. The latest … Read moreCathay Pacific Named ‘World’s Best Airline’ For Fourth Time in Annual Skytrax Awards
After 3 years of writing, editing, searching, and finally publishing, Jennifer Browne will sign her newly released book this Saturday, June 7th at the Chapters bookstore in Langley, BC. Her debut book, Happy Healthy Gut, which was released this January by Skyhorse Publishing (NY), discusses her journey from digestive hell to health. She shares not … Read moreChapters/Indigo Hosts Local Author Jennifer Browne
Today, everyone in the mortgage market are abuzz about the new Bank of Montreal offer for a 5 yr fixed rate at 2.99%. Like with all hype, typically we find that the offering is not always cracked up to what you think. First of all the offering has limitations to it which other offers … Read more5 year fixed rate Mortgage at 2.99%
To Our Fellow dreamers! MEET THE AUTHOR I’m a Berlin bred and Vancouver based children’s book author who published her first book Our Canadian Love Story in 2013. This year I have a new book: Pom Pom – A Flightless Bully Tale. I believe every day should be anti-bullying day. Many bullying causes have found … Read moreThe Power Of Asking Makes Penguins Fly
RainCity Housing to Present Stories of Mental Health Challenges from Local Community Members in Special Exhibition RainCity Housing and Support Society and the Community Action Initiative’s New Evolution of Wise Storytelling (NEWS) Project aims to help people with lived experiences of mental health issues to tell their own stories, in their own words, as a way … Read moreRainCity Housing Special Exhibition
Valentine’s Day weekend marked the 22nd anniversary of Vancouver’s Wellness Show, which took place at the Vancouver Convention Centre in waterfront Vancouver. For one exhibitor, being present at his booth for this event signified a year of powerful healing, and hope for a strong, healthy future. A year ago, Rob could barely walk. Just a few weeks ago, I watched him do camel … Read moreVancouver Man Insists Yoga Saved His Life
Four years after being an official Venue City for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, the City of Richmond is continuing to realize significant economic, social and cultural legacies, including millions of dollars of new City Centre development. “The 2010 Games transformed Richmond,” says Mayor Malcolm Brodie. “Richmond’s evolution into a distinct, destination city … Read moreOlympic legacies still growing for Richmond
The Canadian Wood Council supports a third-party independent study led by two of North America’s leading fire safety experts that shows there to be little difference in fire spread, death and injury rates in residential fires across general construction types, provided the buildings are properly equipped with smoke alarms and automatic fire sprinkler systems. … Read moreFire Outcomes in Residential Fires – report by UFV
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They used to call us “baby” boomers but I guess baby is long gone now that our demographic ranges from 47 to 67. Apparently we should be able to afford it, we just don’t know how to use it! I’m talking about technology or more specifically mobile tech. Just finished reading a great article on … Read moreBoomer Life as I know it…an editorial