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Join the SnowSeekers Challenge


Thursday, December 24th, 2015 — 11:28am PST
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I love BC trivia, and I like to think that I know quite a few interested tidbits, however I seriously need to brush up on my BC ski resort history! Did you know that the plaza at Whistler Blackcomb used to be the village dump? Did you know that Big White near Kelowna was found […]

Surprise Grocery Pick-Up at Save-On-Foods


Thursday, December 17th, 2015 — 1:14pm PST
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It’s not often that you get to see behind the curtain before the show begins, but ever since I shadowed the EComm team at the Grandview Save-On-Foods earlier this month, I couldn’t wait to try online grocery ordering for myself. The perfect opportunity arose when I invited my sister on a ski weekend to Manning […]

Free Christmas Activities in Metro Vancouver


Wednesday, November 25th, 2015 — 2:14pm PST
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It’s tough to save money during the holidays while going to gatherings of friends and family, hosting dinners, and exchanging gifts. However, I know of several activities that will get you in the holiday spirit without sliding you into debt. Here are my top picks for FREE Christmas activities in Metro Vancouver over the next […]

Festive Tea Service at The Urban Tea Merchant


Monday, November 16th, 2015 — 3:24pm PST
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In the heart of Downtown Vancouver, between busy intersections, crowded shops, and puddle-laden sidewalks, there is a warm, calm, and welcoming tea room serving up delectable seasonal treats paired with a comforting selection of TWG holiday teas. Festive Tea Service at The Urban Tea Merchant Reza Nasooti, who is the Tea Sommelier at The Urban […]

The Holidays at Highstreet in Abbotsford


Sunday, November 15th, 2015 — 9:44am PST
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One afternoon, after attending a show at the TRADEX in Abbotsford that left me inspired with gift ideas for the holidays, I got in my car and started writing out a shopping list on my phone. As the list grew in my notepad app, I decided to look up the closest stores that would carry […]

Vancouver Seawall History


Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 — 1:44pm PST
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Vancouver’s Seawall has been a work in progress since 1917, and over the last 100 years it has grown from a retaining wall into a 28km seaside path for runners, walkers, strollers, and cyclists. The Vancouver Seawall stretches from Coal Harbour, around Stanley Park, through to Sunset Beach, False Creek, over to Granville Island, under […]