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There is no doubt that society today is more health conscious today than ever before. People want to know what there putting into there bodies, they want knowledge about supplements and strategies for exercising. In other words, anything that will increase longevity but just as importantly, increase quality of life. It is quite obvious that [...]
A decade ago, my younger son returned from Vancouver after attending a conference in the University of British Columbia. He was all praise of this extremely beautiful province of Canada and told me that it was the ideal place in the world to settle down.
By that time, he had already traveled to various popular destinations [...]
It all started on May 29, 2007 when Kunwar was called from Toronto to attend his dad’s birthday party. His parents had invited a few close friends to celebrate the occasion, including Ruchi’s parents. Ruchi accompanied her parents to the party. Both of them had never met before despite the fact that their parents were [...]
Dinesh came to Canada to study in the year 1979, but in due course made Vancouver his home. It was in the year 1999, after many years of keeping the ‘seed’ to do his own business alive, that he started North American Mailing Services.
In today’s fast paced world, direct mail is one of the cost-effective [...]
It’s Saturday night and I’m babysitting. What’s new?! The kids and I are at the movie store looking for a good flick to rent. Nothing is catching our eyes but the girl decides to rent a TV series from MTV called, “My Super Sweet Sixteen.” So we rent it, hop back into the car, drive [...]
Traveling in Style and Comfort
With 2008 fast approaching, it’s past time for me to tell you about my last road trip of 2007. To some readers it may seem like I take a lot of road trips, but in truth, I don’t take nearly enough of them. This one, though, should satisfy my long-distance driving [...]
Call me a panty-wearing, purse-toting sissy, but I would stand in line to get told what and when to do and think for this ride. I’m talking about the Jaguar XKR, and the most difficult thing about living with this car for a week was not making too many sexual innuendos in this review. Yeah, [...]
Amish Solanki, a gifted and promising wedding photographer, has always been passionate about capturing life’s precious moments with his camera.
In 2004, during his sister Smita’s wedding he captured a series of photographs with a modest point-and-shoot camera. Although the family had hired a professional photographer, Amish’s photographs were strikingly polished in comparison. The following year, [...]
The latest name in the field of Immigration today is ABC Canadian Immigration Consultants Ltd. Neera, Dalvinder and Reet are certified immigration consultants and full members of the Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants (CSIC).
They have successfully completed the Immigration Practitioner Certificate Program at the University of British Columbia where they originally met. During this time [...]
Grows Up Without Growing Up
Since the mid ‘90s, I have fervently traced the long and laborious path of the “new” Mini from idea to reality. I had always been a fan of the original car’s design, not to mention the backwards, sideways and upside down thinking that went into creating it from its rubber cone [...]