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Sponsored | Breathing new life into B.C.'s oldest forests

Whether you live on the islands or in the mountains, up north or in the south, the landscape is what ties all British Columbians together. The province is defined by our rugged coastline, picturesque mountains, and the seemingly-endless forests.

A school group connects with an ancient cedar during a Sierra Club BC nature education program in Goldstream Provincial Park. (Mya Van Woudenberg-Sierra Club BC)

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COVID-19: Tough holiday ahead for seniors

It has been a tough year for seniors in care homes and the holidays could be an emotionally rough time as well. However, you can make a difference. A program from London Drugs helps you pick out gifts for seniors and spread holiday cheer.

London Drugs has a program to get gifts to seniors.

The best bread makers on the market

A few months into the pandemic, it seemed like everyone was baking bread and sales of bread makers skyrocketed. If you felt a little pang of jealousy, it’s not too late to jump on the bread bandwagon - just in time for chillier weather.

Bread makers are simple but still take hours.

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Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona dies at 60

Diego Maradona, the Argentine soccer great who was among the best players ever and who led his country to the 1986 World Cup title before later struggling with cocaine use and obesity, has died. He was 60.

Plagued with fakes, many retailers refuse to accept $100 bills

As more and more forged $100 bills are passed off on retailers, many are refusing to accept them. looks at numbers published by the Bank of Canada which tracks forged banknotes, showing the numbers of faked $100 bills rose more than tenfold in just four years.