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Plant Power: Unexpected Health Benefits of Gardening

Plant Power: Unexpected Health Benefits of Gardening

Whether you have a small patio planter, a backyard vegetable garden, or a plot in a community garden, embrace your green thumb and start gardening today!

Plant Power: Unexpected Health Benefits of Gardening

DR. BAL PAWA: Protect Your Mental Health & Well-being

DR. BAL PAWA: Protect Your Mental Health & Well-being

The number of people suffering from anxiety, loneliness and depression has spiked amidst COVID-19, and with lockdowns around the world, people’s mental health has been severely impacted. 

DR. BAL PAWA: Protect Your Mental Health & Well-being

Veteran broadcast journalist Peter Ray dies

Veteran broadcast journalist Peter Ray dies

Peter Rakobowchuk, a journalist with Canada's national news agency whose high energy delivery was instantly recognizable to decades of listeners, has died.

Veteran broadcast journalist Peter Ray dies

Appeal court stops woman's use of 'death midwife'

Appeal court stops woman's use of 'death midwife'

A woman who calls herself a "death midwife" has been banned from using the title after a lengthy legal battle launched by the College of Midwives of British Columbia.

Appeal court stops woman's use of 'death midwife'

B.C. offers rebates for electric buses, trucks

B.C. offers rebates for electric buses, trucks

The British Columbia government is offering rebates of up to $50,000 to businesses, regional governments and non-profit groups buying electric passenger vehicles.

B.C. offers rebates for electric buses, trucks

11 year old Surrey girl Sia Sidhu winner of Top 25 under 25 award

11 year old Surrey girl Sia Sidhu winner of Top 25 under 25 award

A very proud moment for the entire South Asian community as an 11 year old girl is the youngest winner of the presitigious Surrey's Top 25 Under 25 award. 

11 year old Surrey girl Sia Sidhu winner of Top 25 under 25 award

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