Archive of posts tagged "Vancouver Gift Guide"

Give the Gift of Wildlife and Nature in Stanley Park


Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 — 9:53am PST
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Give the Gift of Wildlife and Nature in Stanley Park: Symbolically adopt a Western Red Cedar tree, a Great Blue Heron, a Little Brown Bat and more through the Stanley Park Ecology Society this season.

Vancouver Gift Guide for a Cause


Friday, November 16th, 2018 — 9:59am PST
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Vancouver Gift Guide for a Cause: These gifts keep on giving, through being an awesome item or experience, from which proceeds also support non-profit organizations in the Greater Vancouver area, and beyond.

Gift Guide: Gifts with Meaning That Give Back


Tuesday, November 28th, 2017 — 11:11am PST
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Gift Guide: Gifts with Meaning That Give Back! Shop for meaningful gifts this season, that fund a need for local and international charitable organizations. From bracelets that give education, blankets that give hope, there are many options this Christmas season.

Vancouver Gift Guide for the Local Sports Fan


Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 — 7:30am PST
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I believe one of the best ways to give an experience to a loved one this Christmas is to give them the gift of sport. John and I have bought our Whitecaps season tickets for each other for Christmas for the last five years, which turns into over 20 pre-set date nights for us throughout […]

Win a Thorn and Thistle Gift Box from Imbue Goods


Sunday, December 4th, 2016 — 1:08pm PST
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I love finding new, unique, and especially local gift ideas for the holidays and thanks to Imbue Goods, I’ve got a great gift to share with my readers too. Imbue Goods makes small batch, high-quality essential oils, and their signature product is their collection of rose water skin recovery mists. They have four essential oil […]

5 Must Have Travel Tech Accessories


Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016 — 9:33am PST
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Holiday season is coming up and that means so is holiday travel, whether you’re heading to visit family, or to escape the Vancouver rain in a far away – and warm – tropical land. Travel is something I am very familiar with, having visited 16 different airports so far this year, I work hard and […]

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