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Ask Ellie: Banning step-child from home hurts partner

Ask Ellie: Banning step-child from home hurts partner

Unless physical abuse was involved and counselling/intervention tried but failed, no child should be disallowed in their parent’s home
Ask Ellie: Before dating, know what you want and how to look for it

Ask Ellie: Before dating, know what you want and how to look for it

'Ask the right qualifying questions and have a clear idea of what you want your partner — and your relationship — to be,' dating expert says
Burnaby breakfast wars heat up with new pancake house taking on the king

Burnaby breakfast wars heat up with new pancake house taking on the king

Two great breakfast sites just steps away from each other in Brentwood
Ask Ellie: Marital separation can lead to growth and reconciliation

Ask Ellie: Marital separation can lead to growth and reconciliation

40% of divorcing couples are interested in marriage restoration, according to a survey in the U.S.
Dine Out Vancouver 2022: Here are all the 300+ participating restaurants

Dine Out Vancouver 2022: Here are all the 300+ participating restaurants

Get ready to get eating - Dine Out is back in full force for 2022
How renovated spaces can improve your quality of life and elevate your mood

How renovated spaces can improve your quality of life and elevate your mood

Magnum Construction Services will transform your house into a home you'll love again, for years to come
Ask Ellie: Fight pessimism with purposeful optimism

Ask Ellie: Fight pessimism with purposeful optimism

It is possible to overcome the pain and pessimism from negative past life experiences
Ask Ellie: Partner's alcoholism alienating friends and family

Ask Ellie: Partner's alcoholism alienating friends and family

Regarding “for better or for worse” — what happens when there isn’t any “better” on the horizon?
4 New Year’s resolutions for a healthier environment in 2022

4 New Year’s resolutions for a healthier environment in 2022

What if we expanded New Year's aspirations to include resolutions that benefit our communities, society and the planet, too?
No, putting a spoon in an open bottle of champagne doesn’t keep it bubbly

No, putting a spoon in an open bottle of champagne doesn’t keep it bubbly

At a recent tasting, I was presenting some sparkling wines from the Limoux region of France, a region that produced sparkling wines at least 100 years before wines from the Champagne region were well known.
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