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Coffee house charges me large but serves me medium

Here’s a fun fact that I’ve discovered about enjoying specialty coffees in my “favourite” coffee house in Vancouver—having my coffee served in a mug, rather than in a disposable paper cup not only reduces the waste that I produce but it can also significantly reduce the amount of coffee that I get to enjoy. 586 more words

Vancouver B.C.

A Long Day and a Good One

Week Two and we’ve started with two very different days. On Monday after lunch Tara and I had a surprising day. We knew that we’d have a different day as we’d been told that everyone would go to the main campus across town for a ceremony with the Rektor and Vice Rektor i.e. 1,341 more words

Expat Life

Don't Miss Our Winter Arts Spectacular

Winter Arts Carnivale 2016

About the Winter Arts Carnivale

Thursday, 4 August will start an exciting new tradition for Braemar College where our Visual and Performing Arts Departments will come together to celebrate all things artistic at the College. 560 more words

Braemar College

Sunday Sermon, 17 July 2016 - Mary and Martha

Reading: Luke 10:38-42


So how are you when it comes to balancing your life?

Work and pleasure                     Exercise and rest

Crowds and solitude                 Noise and silence? 1,089 more words

Sunday Morning Sermons

Compass: Vacancy Rate Nears Record Low as CRE Market Continues to Stabilize

Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq releases the July 2016 edition of The Compass Report.

Download the Executive Summary and get all of the details surrounding the Twin Cities commercial real estate market on the… 81 more words


Set the Table

Think back to the last time you visited a church other than your own. How did you feel in the church? Most churches know basic aspects of welcoming guests such as clear signage, dedicated greeters, etc. 376 more words

No, we don't live in our hotel

So our family business is a hotel business, I tell a friend, and often what follows is, “wait, so do you live there?” It’s hard to imagine why we don’t. 691 more words