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The nights are long and daylight is precious. The temperatures are dropping and the skies are getting a little more grey. But we are West Coasters, and that doesn’t stop us at all! We’re built for the outdoors, and are always finding cool ways to play in the fresh air. Whether your family skis, snowboards, or plays hockey or soccer, we’re proud to be a part of this active urban lifestyle.

Click here to read the full November/December 2017 issue

This issue we’ve pulled together some valuable information, with the help of our great team and amazing partners. Amy from the Minerva Foundation gives us a peek into the world of a woman who is living with clinical depression, and how she has found success, and Claire Newell from Travel Best Bets gives us insight into how to enjoy the holidays when you’re away on vacation.

This is our annual Family Health issue, so we’ve tapped into expertise from Alyssa Schottland-Bauman from Nourished.ca, who challenges us to question “normal” when it comes to kids’ food and nutrition. Michele Kambolis of Chi Kids helps us to understand bedwetting and how we can support our kids through this trying time, and we also delve into some family health matters like orthodontics and the HPV vaccine.

Just because it’s cold and wet outside doesn’t mean we can’t have some serious fun planning a party for the kids. Whether it’s for a birthday, the office, a sports group, or the holidays, we’ve got some great ideas for you to explore.

And yes, it’s the holidays! So we’ve gathered some fun and unique ideas for gifts, no matter what it is you’re celebrating.

For so many families, this time of year is for celebrations and traditions… Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, Remembrance Day, or New Year’s Eve. We love where we live, and celebrate the diversity that makes our part of the world so special. No matter what you are celebrating this season, we wish you all joy and happiness, from our family to yours.

Andrea Vance
Publisher & Managing Editor

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