When you pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for a new home, you wouldn't expect to face tens of thousands of dollars in repairs right after moving in, but that's what happened to a Langley couple who ran into trouble with their builder.
Health Canada has announced it will investigate the safety of wire-bristle brushes used to clean barbecues. But if you don’t want to wait for the results of that risk assessment, there are some alternatives on the market to help clean your grill.
You’ve probably seen the ads for companies offering DNA tests to track your family history back hundreds of years. But can a simple saliva test really determine your ethnic background and match you to family members you didn’t know you had?
As high real estate prices and shrinking spaces become the norm in Vancouver, a new line of furniture is offering a way to morph your bedroom into a living room, or your office into a gym, all with the touch of a button.
When you’re swimming at a public pool, it's always safer to have a lifeguard on duty. But even with that added security, a lifeguard's view of what's going on beneath the surface could be impaired at your local pool.