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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.
Grants available for teachers, youth educators to provide hands-on experience with community ecosystem projects
How is your winter garden growing? Have you been tending to it, watching it bloom and grow?
Boxing Day arrives and you are left with a fridge full of turkey dinner leftovers.
It all started with the enticing smell of garlic wafting throughout the warm and cozy room.
We all feel sad from time-to-time – it's a normal and appropriate response to disappointment and loss.
Everyone has times of feeling anxious, scared or fearful. Without it, we would never have survived as humans, writes Dr. David Smith.
Dr. David Smith says 13 per cent of B.C. youth experience a mental health issue every year – 83,700 children under age 19.
Food is comforting: We have all had our ups and downs this year.
I turn to soup to satisfy the flavours I crave. Today I have chosen kale.
"What I never knew is how much they would take care of me," Judith Guichon says of her experience raising four adopted children
Only police and SPCA constables have authority to enter cars or other private property to free an overheated dog
Cities like Lisbon, Budapest, and Krakow have turned to hosting clean, stylish hostels to entice frugal young travellers.
The viral fundraiser – which has raised over $100 million for ALS research and awareness – has been completed by several newsrooms to date
Olympians Kaillie Humphries, Charles Hamelin, and Hayley Wickenheiser assisted Canadian Tire, while DiCaprio challenged Stephen Harper...
Seniors, pregnant women and low-income family members who take a free food preparation course get $15 a week
BC Hydro and FortisBC are expanding their low-income energy conservation programs to reduce the impact of rising electricity costs
The Stampede opened in Calgary on Friday, one year after flooding threatened to shutdown the century-long outdoor exhibition.
This year, July 1 falls on a Tuesday – meaning Canadians will either take a four-day weekend or awkwardly work Monday...