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My friend was having rooster trouble. This is not an analogy for a grouchy husband or a misbehaving two-year-old. I mean an actual rooster.
Apple Watch unveiled: lots of features, functions, price tags. So... Do you want it?
There seems to be universal similarities among children. They like candy. They like animals. They like music. My girls like music a lot.
There are lots of kids named Emma and lots of kids named Jackson, according to registered entries on BabyCenter.ca.
No way to sugarcoat this: WHO says sugar should be no more than 5-10 per cent of total calories
Lately my girls have been hitting a lot of milestones. This weekend was another one. The first time we went up on the chairlift together.
Fernie may have physically changed over the years but the one thing that remains constant is the amazing generosity of the people.
Humans are always trying to go viral. Turns out, llamas have the secret. Just be themselves. Escape, and be themselves...
3 in 4 Canadian adults bullied in school; 46% say their kids were bullied: poll
When it is more than anxiety and depression: bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
If you know me, then I have probably asked you lately if you or your kids have later birthdays, and if so, what’s your experience been?
Once a controversial new design, the maple leaf withstood a battle between Prime Minister John Diefenbaker and Lester B. Pearson
Younger people more at risk for problem gambling, target of new B.C. action
Out of the corner of my eye I spotted something. It was silver and shiny and seemed to be catching every beam of light … A giant grey hair.
We’re back! If you missed my column a few weeks ago, we went down to Disneyland after some urging from a close friend.
Family culture is apparent in several parts of our lives. These are great places to create a change and show what we value.
Parenting is hard. Sometimes, when you least expect it, it can kick you right in the teeth.
Alcohol and marijuana (or cannabis) are the substances most used by B.C. teenagers, writes Dr. David Smith.
Dr. David Smith looks at the effects and symptoms of deadly illnesses like bulimia and anorexia nervosa.
So we’re going to Disneyland. The most magical place on earth. According to their marketing department anyways.