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North American made subcompact

North American made subcompact

Sub-compact market has always been a strong area for Canada, mainly because we like small cars and appreciate their fuel efficiency and affordability.

Go green in garden

Gardening can be a rewarding and relaxing hobby, one that allows gardeners to escape from the daily grind and soak up some sun. As rewarding as gardening can be, it's even more so when gardeners ply their trade in an ecofriendly way.
Photos: B.C.'s bounteous backyards

Photos: B.C.'s bounteous backyards

Chevy, Ford & Toyota provide competition

Chevy, Ford & Toyota provide competition

Chevrolet Sonic Like the Versa, the Sonic is a new edition for the 2012 model year.

Now's the time to add a new garden bed

People who wanted to put in a garden bed or path last fall but ran out of time have a second chance now before the growing season really starts. Outlining the shape of the bed is usually the first concern.

Specialist busts some colour myths

As a colour designer, I love busting colour myths. One of the many of these floating around out there is that using several different colours will make a space look chopped up. If done badly, yes, that will be the case.

Research is key to renovations

Work out details of your project ahead of time to avoid headaches

Signs now beginning to sprout

With all that's going on, it's impossible to miss fact spring is not far off

Seven facts about the human heart

The heart is one of the essential components of human life. It was once also believed to be the centre from where love and other emotions emanated.

Beyond imagining

One might think by casual observation that many of us don't really need God. We seem to be doing just fine on our own, thank-you-verymuch. There are shiny cars and hard bodies - sure signs of life.