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{sidebar title='Au Comptoir'} 2278 West 4th Avenue, 604-569-2278. Open every day except Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.{/sidebar} Ernest Hemingway once wrote, “If you are lucky...
Bill C-36 came into effect on December 6, and already sex-work advocates and researchers are seeing negative effects on sex workers’ health and safety. They say the federal...
{sidebar title='Neverland Tea Salon'} 3066 West Broadway, 604-428-3066. Open Wednesday to Monday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Tuesdays in December for the same hours. {/sidebar}...
The holiday season is built up to be the stuff of magic and yet, in reality, it can be the stuff of stress. People typically have too much to do, too many places to be. A tonic to...
Vancouver actors Scott Bellis and Jonathan Winsby have both recently wrapped up major productions: Bellis played Bishop Cauchon in the Arts Club Theatre’s mounting of George...
Visual artist Shannon Harvey has found herself time and again using her art as a tool for social change. The founder of Monkey100 creates paintings, T-shirts, and postcards that...
Brad Turner has always had an affinity for both sports and art, but it wasn’t until the Calgary native took an elective in glass blowing at the Alberta College of Art and Design...
When Susan Wener found out she had colon cancer at age 36, that was hard enough. Five years later, she received a lung-cancer diagnosis. The Montreal mother of three admits that...
New Westminster native Eda Kadar took up skiing as a teen, then switched to backcountry skiing in her 20s, but she never gave much thought to cross-country skiing. She finally...
Allison Collins was 18 and living in St. John’s, Newfoundland, when her right arm got caught in a whirling boat propeller. She lost a finger and most of the use of her hand, and...

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