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Tips for staying healthy even while dining out

Trying to lose weight or alter your diet? While it's easy to control your diet when eating at home, men and women hoping to shed a few extra pounds may need to take a more careful approach when dining out at a restaurant or enjoying a meal at the hou

Coming events

Taoist Tai Chi is a set of gentle movements for people of all ages and in all conditions. Discover the health benefits for body and mind! New Beginner classes start in Tsawwassen on Monday, Jan. 6 at Tsawwassen United Church, 693-53rd St.

Healthy resolutions face really stiff competition

Too many treats around the house at this time of year
Holly students turn into young entrepreneurs for trade show

Holly students turn into young entrepreneurs for trade show

PowerPlay Young Entrepreneurs and Envision Financial presented a trade show at Holly Elementary in East Ladner Dec. 18.
Royal treatment in the Maasai Mara

Royal treatment in the Maasai Mara

My sister is a traveller and lives in England. I am a travel writer based in Vancouver. We are to cross paths in Nairobi, Kenya. She is attractive, charming and firmly parsimonious. Ideal attributes for organizing our adventure.

Four reasons you aren't seeing results

When asked, in an online survey by the International Food Informational Council Foundation, women indicated they would rather lose $1,000 than gain 20 pounds.

Hope in the pain

Christmas is over for another year, but for many the pain of the holidays lingers on.

Coming events

The Parent-Child Mother Goose program at the Ladner Pioneer Library shares traditional rhymes, songs and stories as tools to strengthen the bond between both parent and child, newborn to 15 months. It runs Fridays at 12:30 p.m., Jan. 10 - March 14.
South Delta students look to raise $1,000 to build well in Third World

South Delta students look to raise $1,000 to build well in Third World

Two local high school students are hoping to raise money to help others in a Third World country get access to clean water.
Southpointe student brings sticks to play with kids in India

Southpointe student brings sticks to play with kids in India

Southpointe Academy student Cairo Malhi, 11, is going on a family trip to India over the Christmas holiday break and he plans on teaching local kids about hockey while he’s there.