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Tuesday’s Pick of the Week: The Trans Canada Trail

For those of you who missed the July 1st edition of The Globe and Mail, you missed out on this.

Is anyone else as excited as I am that you could actually skate some sections?

Tuesday’s Pick of the Week: ‘Vancouver Still Ranked Nicest City in Canada’


Just to give you an example of what Tuesday will look like –
and no, not every week will be about the riots, or hockey, but this week I couldn’t resist sharing this on here as well:

http://www.vancouversun.com/sports/Riot+schmiot+Vancouver+ranked+nicest+city+Canada/5018167/story.html

Go Vancouver!


What Cancer Has Taught me, Part 359: How to Overcome the Haters

“Always remember that others may hate you but those who hate you don’t win unless you hate them. And then you destroy yourself.” – Richard M. Nixon

Confession: I hate being hated.

No, I’m not proud of that hating-being-hated thing. The very phrase is irrational. You and I both know that I’ve realized I’m not – nor are many of us – going to be popular. But there’s a vast difference between being popular and being despised. And though I’m desperately trying to turn those parts of myself that have been against things to be for them, this week, I’m having a little trouble with that. Read more

What Cancer – and the Canucks – Has (Have) Taught Me, Part 358: Maybe Its Not Just a Game

Okay, okay, you can put the tomatoes back in the fridge drawer. You can stifle the ridiculous laughter. Before you wonder what psychological obsession I must have to be writing about hockey, again, be assured that what I’m about to say has really just nothing to do with something that trivial. Really.

I mean, hockey – it’s just a game.

Right? Read more

What Cancer – or the Canucks – Has (Have) Taught Me, Part 357: Be the Change You Wish In Others

I know what you’re thinking (aren’t I always so perceptive?). Right now you either want to 1)not read this, or 2)run to the comments section – or my facebook profile – to tell me how evil the Canucks – or their city – are, and how dare I even suggest that this tragedy actually taught me something immensely positive this week…. but hear me out first, please. I don’t want to get my tear gas out. Word on the street is that the entire province is out of stock.

Ok, that was gong-worthy. But I had to try to lighten up one of the darkest days I’ve remembered in this part of the world. Read more

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