Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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Taking to the Polls

Taking to the Polls
It’s time for British Columbians to have their voices heard as they prepare to take to the polls this spring. Tentatively scheduled for May 9, 2017, the 41st British Columbia general election will give BC residents the chance to elect members of the Legislative Assembly from districts all across the province. 

Yoga, a Subjective Technology

Yoga, a Subjective Technology

Yoga has become one of the most heavily commercialized movements in the world today. From cars and gadgets to food and clothing supplies, everything is marketed under the name of yoga.

The dangers of suffering alone

The dangers of suffering alone
Many cultures (including Indian society) are plagued by occurrences of judgment, ridicule, and labelling whenever a shortcoming in one’s mental well-being is discovered. The individuals, who are suffering, become treated as an outsider which only further ostracizes them. This adds to the problem and a cycle of isolation and increased symptoms develops.

5 Steps for a Winter Break from Alcohol

5 Steps for a Winter Break from Alcohol

Focus on the positives of why you’re doing it – you’re going to lose the holiday weight since you’re not consuming empty calories. You’re saving money. You’re sleeping better. Small victories add up and help pass the time much quicker!

Hello. Bonjour. Namaste. Sat Sri Akal.

Hello. Bonjour. Namaste. Sat Sri Akal.

From an academic or economic perspective, students are choosing to learn languages ranging from French and Spanish to Chinese and Punjabi, which will assist them in future careers. 

A Chemically Infused Skin Ritual

A Chemically Infused Skin Ritual

Certainly, ingredients listed in beauty and health care products might be a tough code to crack but that is only until we choose to remain aloof and retreat from research and awareness.