Serving Greater Vancouver & the Fraser Valley

18/07 July 2018

Gutenberg to YouVersion

by Marion Van Driel   Move over, Mr. Gutenberg. We have a modern version of the Bible in our own […]

18/06 June 2018

Indigenous food takes on new meanings

Photo credit: Nikao Media   by Agnes Chung   “These are seaweed salt dusted grilled prawns.  Over here, we have […]

18/01 January 2018

The new ‘Connect & Engage’ report digs deeper

by Jonathan Bird   Last week the Vancouver Foundation released a much-anticipated update to its landmark 2012 Connections and Engagement […]

18/01 January 2018

The Tyranny of Time

by Johnny Markin   As we sat with friends counting down the last few seconds until the New Year, it […]

17/09 September 2017

Are you lonely 1?

[READ LONELINESS 2] by Jenny Schwyeer There are more ways than ever before to stay connected to others:  smartphones (with […]

17/05 May 2017

Alleviating springtime allergies with diet

by Jenny Schweyer   There are those people who love to walk among the cherry blossoms in the spring – […]

14/04 April 2014

Bez Arts Hub

by Keri Vermeulen   An intimate new performing arts space in Langley has opened, and it should set hearts pounding […]

14/04 April 2014

TWU House in Fort Langley

by Keri Vermeulen   The beautiful, heritage village of Fort Langley, bursting with BC history, scenic Fraser River views, funky […]

17/02 February 2017

In Times of Transition

by Sharon Simpson Seniors face many transitions. For some, these transitions can come quite quickly and seemingly out of left […]

17/01 January 2017

January is Hot Tea Month

by Christina Van Starkenburg January is National Hot Tea Month. So what better time of year to further indulge the […]