Premier Christy Clark announced that she and her government are in favour of Happy Hour in BC along with other liquor law changes such as allowing children to enter pubs. Happy Hour in BC Clark’s Liberal government is reviewing BC’s liquor laws, saying rules and regulations governing alcohol require modernization. Last month, Liberal parliamentary secretary […]
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Anna Ethel Sprott (1879-1961) has a legacy in Vancouver that most might associate with a radio jingle: “Sprott-Shaw Community College, since 1903!”. However, Anna Ethel Sprott did more than marry the school‘s founder, R.J. Sprott, in 1918 and take on the role of president after his passing in 1943. She was a solid member of […]
It is the season for gift giving and gadget upgrades which is why I am pleased to offer up a special giveaway with Lenovo featuring their Yoga Tablet 8, which uses the Android operating system. I have my own to try out so I will be providing a review later this week but in the […]
With every visit to Salt Spring Island, John and I explore another corner of this Gulf Island gem with wonder and enthusiasm. During our recent December visit it would have been pretty easy to sit in front of our wood-burning fireplace at Hastings House all day but once the clouds parted and the sun beamed […]
As much as we would love to disconnect over the holidays, our smartphones do keep us connected to friends and family, and provide the opportunity to use helpful apps for shopping lists, productivity, and the latest addicting games that make everyone smile. WIND Mobile is currently running a Holiday Freedom promotion where they’re giving away […]