Josh Gentis is unable to speak because of a condition known as H-ABC syndrome.
54-40, Five Alarm Funk, Jim Byrnes, and Colleen Rennison will be among those who take the stage at the Centre in Vancouver.
Some local fitness professionals have words of wisdom to help you keep up the fight.
Our extensive section looks at fitness trends, food for kids, a wellness show, and addressing eating disorders.
Author Jennifer Browne will show guests how to make a simple and raw nut-free snack for kids.
The executive director, Stacey Huget, says there's still a misconception that anorexia or bulimia is a lifestyle choice.
There are more than 125 exhibitors, travel spots, and demonstrations.
Founder Suzy Kaitman insists that this is not a barre workout.
Kamloops physician Ian Mitchell told the Straight that patients still come to him with basic questions and often have no idea where they can find advice about cannabis.
Founder and former teacher Barbara Finley says she launched the program after seeing kids come to school with nothing but a Fruit Roll-Up and a Coca-Cola.