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Ask Ellie: Celebrate end of pandemic with a new 'do

Ask Ellie: Celebrate end of pandemic with a new 'do

How do we stop looking at grey hair as a tell-tale sign of aging?
Grad 2022: Terry Fox Secondary valedictorian Madlena Ludviks

Grad 2022: Terry Fox Secondary valedictorian Madlena Ludviks

We asked high school valedictorians in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody to tell us what their future brings.
Ask Ellie: Never make hasty decisions about an emotionally charged matter

Ask Ellie: Never make hasty decisions about an emotionally charged matter

Newly married man can't stop thinking about ex-fiancée
These are the world's most popular tourist destinations over the past 20 years

These are the world's most popular tourist destinations over the past 20 years

Will the return to travel look the same this year?đŸ„
Grad 2022: Suwa'lkh School valedictorian Robyn Needlay

Grad 2022: Suwa'lkh School valedictorian Robyn Needlay

We asked high school valedictorians in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody to tell us what their future brings.
After two-year hiatus, 7-Eleven Day returns July 11 with free Slurpees

After two-year hiatus, 7-Eleven Day returns July 11 with free Slurpees

Get your Slurpee on this summer!
Grad 2022: Port Moody Secondary valedictorian Angelo Roque

Grad 2022: Port Moody Secondary valedictorian Angelo Roque

We asked high school valedictorians in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody to tell us what their future brings.
Minter: How to keep your plants moist when it's hot

Minter: How to keep your plants moist when it's hot

After months of cooler, wetter weather than I’ve ever seen before, we're about to experience some hot temperatures, writes master gardener Brian Minter.
Grad 2022: Pinetree Secondary valedictorian Mattias Wong

Grad 2022: Pinetree Secondary valedictorian Mattias Wong

We asked high school valedictorians in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody to tell us what their future brings.
Ask Ellie: Neighbour with a conscience did the right thing

Ask Ellie: Neighbour with a conscience did the right thing

A reader raises a good “there’s-two-sides-to-every-story” point