Monthly Archive: January 2014

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Southern US Snowstorm

Two days ago, the states of Alabama and Georgia were hit by a snowstorm and icy conditions which affected more than 6 million residents. Schools were closed, flights were grounded, and an absolute gridlock...

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Cheerleading

With the Olympics just weeks away, we were inspired to take a hard look at common sports that both youth and adults participate in. After all, no matter which activity you engage in, we...

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Martial Arts

With the Olympics just weeks away, we were inspired to take a hard look at common sports that both youth and adults participate in. After all, no matter which activity you engage in, we...

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Gymnastics

With the Olympics just weeks away, we were inspired to take a hard look at common sports that both youth and adults participate in. After all, no matter which activity you engage in, we...

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2013 Natural Disasters: A Look Back

January – June 2013 2013 was a busy year for natural disasters. We saw earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, typhoons, landslides and volcanoes, among other serious man-made events, that led to widespread destruction in the communities...

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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

The City of Vancouver has proclaimed January 2014 Alzheimer’s Awareness Month! Today, there are over 70,000 British Columbians suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, and shockingly, this number is expected to...

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