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Mason Raymond Mention on How I Met Your Mother

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In honor of our boys kicking some serious NJ Devil a$$ tonight, Luongo getting a shut out and Alanah’s live blogging, here’s a clip folks have been buzzing about lately: Mason Raymond is mentioned on the hit CBS sitcom “How I Met Your Mother”. Yes, Neil Patrick Harris’ character disses the Canucks name-drop. Cool. Side […]

MooseCamp and Northern Voice 2008: Registration Time

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It’s that time of year again folks, registration is now open for Northern Voice 2008, happening this coming February (alongside our wedding anniversary… awww!) What: “In 2005, the organizers of Canada’s first weblogging conference put on an event that was inexpensive, informal, and accessible to techies and newbies alike.” [NV – About] When: February 22 […]

Tuesday Morning Link Fest: Baileys in Coffee at the Office Edition

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Today is the annual Christmas pot luck at work. Unfortunately since my husband was unable to slave away making a tuna pasta salad for me to bring in this year, I stopped off at a grocery store downtown before coming in. I decided to duck into the new IGA Marketplace on Robson and Richards. It […]

Christmas in Vancouver: Yaletown Gift Wrap and Green Christmas Guide

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I admit, I don’t think I’ve ever done any shopping in Yaletown aside from the new Dollar Store I discovered but if you’re out and about downtown and need some of your Christmas gifts done up in pretty little bows, keep this destination in mind. For six glittering days from noon ‘til six pm, volunteer […]

Stanley Park Tree Planting and the Humbug Hike

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Tomorrow will mark the one year anniversary of the storm that ravaged Stanley Park one night, uprooting tens of thousands of trees and gnashing through the sea wall. Over the last year I’ve kept a close eye on the park, and have many photos and blog posts to illustrate the lack of progress and frustration […]