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302 1389 WINTER ST, South Surrey White Rock, BC

May 31st, 2010

I just finished uploading this Condo for sale, 302 1389 WINTER ST, South Surrey White Rock, BC

Corner of Thrift and winter easy walk to all amenities. Hillside House has a new roof 2008. Well maintained building. Pets are allowed Dog -22" in height OK. One bedroom and office with an enclosed deck, East facing onto Winter street. Bright rooms, large laundry room stackers with stor ...

She Sells Seashells

May 31st, 2010

MAY 31, 2010

She Sells Seashells

Attention beachcombers: Leave the molluscs where they lay (they’ll just sit in a bowl anyway), because there’s an easier way to bring the beauty of the beach back with you.

Vancouverite Karen Hendry creates a mold of the unique shells she collects from around the world and casts them in silver so they can be worn forever. Her line of necklaces, Ka ...

Little Softie

May 29th, 2010

MAY 29TH, 2010

Little Softie

Your kid's wardrobe runs the gamet from the practical (grey hoodie) to the ridiculous (remember when she would only leave the house in her Halloween costume for a month?).

Soft, a funky line of cotton clothing developed for children with sensitive skin, is as cool as it is comfortable. Tagless, zipperless and flat seamed, pieces are ...

Readers Write In: Cool Champagne

May 28th, 2010

MAY 28TH, 2010

Readers Write In: Cool Champagne

Vitamin Daily Vancouver reader Elizabeth wrote, “Hi there, I'm looking for a nice wine and champagne cooler or ice bucket for my boyfriend. Ideally, I'd be able to have it monogrammed. Do you have any suggestions as to where I should go? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks very much.”

Herewith, our picks for cool c ...

308 1119 VIDAL Street, South Surrey White Rock, British Columbia

May 28th, 2010

I just finished uploading this Condo for sale, 308 1119 VIDAL Street, South Surrey White Rock, British Columbia

Original Owner! Move-in today condition* Top Floor, Quiet West Facing. Open balcony Ocean View, Gas Fireplace, in-suite Laundry, 2 sliding doors to the balcony. commercial grade windows, keyed elevator, secured underground parking, locker, guest suite in building. Loca ...

In The Cards

May 27th, 2010

MAY 27TH, 2010

In The Cards

Ever since the Olympics, requests have poured in from far-flung friends who want to crash at your pad and be shown around the city.

If you don’t have the time to play tour guide, consider sending them on their merry way with a Travellers Deck. Available in Chinese, Japanese, Spanish and English, the deck of 58 double-sided (and waterpro ...

Steals and Deals

May 27th, 2010

EAT Vancouver

EAT Your Heart Out

EAT! Vancouver is an interactive and unique foodie experience not to be missed. See behind-the-scenes culinary magic from professional and celebrity chefs, watch culinary competitions, check out diverse food, beverage and cooking related exhibits, and stock up on delectable goodies. Use promotion code “vitamin” to buy tickets online f ...

Gloss to Go

May 26th, 2010

MAY 26TH, 2010

Gloss to Go

When looking for lip gloss, it’s not uncommon for us gals to get a little Goldilocks: “This gloss is too orange, this gloss is too brown.”

To get gloss that’s just right, we suggest a Hâut Gloss party with your girlfriends. Have Joanne Lepp, owner of Hâut Minerals, bring her gloss bar to you and she’ll mix her magic minerals till it’s th ...

Best of the West

May 25th, 2010

May 25, 2010

Best of the West

When your backyard is the envy of the world, the best vacation is a staycation.

Win a once-in-a-lifetime chance to explore your province with this amazing Vancouver and Whistler package (value, $8,000), which includes hotel (three nights in Vancouver and Whistler), 7-day car rental, $1,000 spending money and your choice of 3 unique BC experi ...

In with the Old

May 25th, 2010

MAY 25TH, 2010

In with the Old

We’ve been known to gush like geysers over gorgeous shops and Old Faithful is no exception.

The new Gastown store is a hot spring of practical and whimsical miscellany for the home. There’s Roost dishware, washboards and notebooks from Korea with French and Swedish covers ($6-$22). Not to mention bell jars, blankets and birdhouses built from driftwood ($3 ...

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