ParentDish Olympics Update: Babies, Dads, Cigars and Beer

Canada's Marie-Philip Poulin, Kim St-Pierre and Charline Labonte drink beer on the ice with their gold medals after Canada defeated the USA in women's Olympic hockey final game on Feb. 25, 2010. Credit: Scott Gardner, The Canadian Press /...

Build Your Own Inuksuk: Official Symbol of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics

Has your family caught Olympic fever? Ours sure has. The Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics are taking place right here in Canada, and even though our family won't be travelling to see events live, Cabin Fever plans to mark the occasion in a special way....

City sinks pirate ship

I have a very short list of places I would live if I couldn't live in San Francisco -- basically, it's the Russian River area just north of here and Vancouver, British Columbia (with Portland, Oregon a maybe). Some of the lustre has come off one of t...

New program aims to take the "high" out of high school

Vancouver, British Columbia is one of the few places I'd seriously consider living if I couldn't live in San Francisco. That's why it distresses me to learn that they have a serious problem with kids coming to school stoned. "Every school in Vancouve...

Goverment intervenes on behalf of sextuplets

A set of sextuplets born in British Columbia, has run into some trouble. The babies, born fifteen weeks premature and weighing less than two pounds each, were in need of medical assistance to survive. Two of them didn't get it and died. Three of the ...


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