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natural healing remedies: himalayan salt, vit c and rest

I used to be the person going to a doc everytime I got sick, taking antibiotics like smarties and getting sick a few times a year! 485 more words


Opinion: Offshore markets? What markets?

In his May 23 opinion piece, Tim McMillan, president and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, claimed that “New pipelines will help connect Canada’s landlocked oil reserves, the third-largest in the world, to tidal ports and from there to global markets where demand for oil is growing.” … 635 more words


Opinion: Get into gear with Bike To Work Week

Starting this Monday, expect to see an increase in two-wheel traffic sharing the road during your daily commute. From May 30 to June 5, B.C. will be holding its annual Bike To Work Week — a province-wide initiative aimed at promoting commuting by bicycle. 605 more words

Culture And Lifestyle

Opinion: Mass immigration cause of demand for housing

In recent years, about 33,500 immigrants have settled in greater Vancouver annually. Assuming an average of three per family, the needs of these immigrants for housing has resulted in a demand of 11,166 units a year, 931 a month or about 214 every week. 626 more words


Opinion: U.S. president needs global outlook, domestic buy-in

With the U.S. presidential campaign in full swing, American attention is naturally focusing on purely domestic issues. Might a moment be spared to consider what presidential qualities would serve the international interests both of the U.S. 655 more words


Opinion: LNG deals good for jobs, economy, climate

Recent news that two agreements have been reached for the production and sale of made-in-British Columbia Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) adds to the momentum of positive job and economic growth in the province. 697 more words


And Then We Got The Plague

Wow, I didn’t realize it had been so long since I’d written.  The last thing I really remember is going to visit my sister-in-law at the end of April.   719 more words