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Life in Covidian times

Life in Covidian times

What to do when you have to keep calm and not quite carry on
Emotions last 90 seconds so why am I still freaking out?!

Emotions last 90 seconds so why am I still freaking out?!

Here's the phenomenal nugget of information that dropped into my lap last week (the original source was Thich Nhat Hanh's book Peace is Every Step ; neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor also writes about it in her book My Stroke of Insight): emotions las
What the global pandemic could mean for Canada's food supply chain

What the global pandemic could mean for Canada's food supply chain

Agri-food expert says weakening Loonie and potential for political tension could lead to price hikes
Spring to life with Persian 
New Year

Spring to life with Persian New Year

From the mountains of Iran to those of Sea to Sky: A traditional dish that delights
The slow, avoidable decline of Tim Hortons

The slow, avoidable decline of Tim Hortons

With big losses and its CEO stepping down, coffee chain needs to go back to its roots to regain Canadians' trust
Who are you when you're free to be yourself?

Who are you when you're free to be yourself?

"What about you?" asked the other parent, on the sidelines at karate, having just shared how much she loves sewing.
Tired of that same old staff meal you've eaten a thousand times? Whistler Food Swap can help

Tired of that same old staff meal you've eaten a thousand times? Whistler Food Swap can help

Facebook group connects local workers to trade staff meals
The case for MINDful eating

The case for MINDful eating

Putting your best brain forward when you're 100!
Ottawa banking on food to grow appetite for Indigenous tourism

Ottawa banking on food to grow appetite for Indigenous tourism

Former Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre head says hunting, fishing regulations should be loosened to accommodate authentic culinary experiences
Sweat your prayers

Sweat your prayers

I walked tentatively into the temporary dance space. Dozens of people were there already, sprawled on the floor, stretching casually.