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Outdoor explorations for adventure-lovers

Outdoor explorations for adventure-lovers

Southern Vancouver Island is build for adventurers

Outdoor explorations for adventure-lovers
Photo by Baneet Braich (Black Press Media)

25 Things to do in Victoria

As one British Columbia’s post popular visitor destinations, Victoria offers no shortage…

Photo by Baneet Braich (Black Press Media)
The Parks family of Crofton doesn’t get bored. They simply pull out the V.I. Combat game board, displayed by Zoey, front, and then Zebb, right, and dad Darryl, back, are all ready for action. (Photo submitted)

Not to become bored the game plan for COVID-19

Board game with an Island map developed by Island family just the remedy for filling time at home

The Parks family of Crofton doesn’t get bored. They simply pull out the V.I. Combat game board, displayed by Zoey, front, and then Zebb, right, and dad Darryl, back, are all ready for action. (Photo submitted)
A scene from the movie “PAW Patrol: Mighty Pups.”

‘Paw Patrol’ to be turned into first of multiple feature films

Spin Master says the animated movie will hit theatres in August 2021.

A scene from the movie “PAW Patrol: Mighty Pups.”
Celebrate Family Day at The Arts Centre on Monday, Feb. 17 with free admission at Cedar Hill Recreation Centre from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Saanich Parks & Recreation/Facebook)

A picture of fun free Family Day stuff across Greater Victoria

Art, Lego, fitness all part of free family fun this weekend

Celebrate Family Day at The Arts Centre on Monday, Feb. 17 with free admission at Cedar Hill Recreation Centre from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Saanich Parks & Recreation/Facebook)
Mika Sasaki, 3, took part in this weekend’s Family Literacy Week at the Juan De Fuca Library Branch. (Courtesy of Mitra Evans)
Mika Sasaki, 3, took part in this weekend’s Family Literacy Week at the Juan De Fuca Library Branch. (Courtesy of Mitra Evans)
It’s common for families to fall back into old patterns when they come together to celebrate Christmas, whether that’s avoiding confrontation or pushing each other’s buttons. (Maggie Morrill/Pixabay)

Plan ahead to avoid family fights at Christmas, says clinical psychologist

Reflect and set boundaries before things get heated

It’s common for families to fall back into old patterns when they come together to celebrate Christmas, whether that’s avoiding confrontation or pushing each other’s buttons. (Maggie Morrill/Pixabay)