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Broken But Not Permanently

Broken But Not Permanently

Without warning, I opened up BC Family and found that all my photo links had been broken!

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Is Your Relationship Interracial?

Is Your Relationship Interracial?

In our home, new stories and advertising featuring interracial (AKA mixed marriage or mixed race) couples catch our eye.

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Does Your School District Need a Zero Programme?

Does Your School District Need a Zero Programme?

What questions does a recent news story raise about how serious incidents are addressed in British Columbia’s schools?

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You Can Write @JustinTrudeau

You Can Write @JustinTrudeau

If you identify as being a middle class British Columbian, here is an opportunity for you to send some feedback to the Prime Minster about your family’s concerns.

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How Do We Remember the Dead?

How Do We Remember the Dead?

Do you focus on why a person died rather than asking other questions? We don’t talk about this topic often enough. We should.

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Can You Hear That Sound?

Can You Hear That Sound?

Can you hear that sound pre-election day? Have you noticed a change since 2013?

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Are You Feeling Confused Pre-Election Day?

Are You Feeling Confused Pre-Election Day?

Are you feeling confused before election day? Here are some decisions to make that will help you to make your decision.

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What's a Soccer Mum?

What’s a Soccer Mum?

Which one of these “Mums on the Sideline” are you?

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A Reminder of Why Healthcare Funding Matters

A Reminder of Why Healthcare Funding Matters

As I watched family members moving from one location in Children’s Hospital to another, I started to feel anxious and immediately knew why.

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Living a Mundane, Boring Life

Living a Mundane, Boring Life

By:  Pamela Chan, BCFamily.ca Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication. Are the details of a simple life mundane and boring?  They can be to some who have their own particular vision about what makes content interesting on social media. But like many people here in British Columbia,  I’m sharing content illustrating what it looks [...]

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