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British Columbians encouraged to prepare for climate-related hazards
As warmer weather approaches, British Columbians are encouraged to be prepared for the possibility of climate-related hazards, such as floods and wildfires, which are becoming increasingly common.
Flooding may occur in the spring and early summer when the snowpack melts and water levels rise. According to the River Forecast Centre, the average provincial snowpack is slightly below normal, with some
regions experiencing well above normal snowpack levels.
“Spring is a time of change and renewal, but it can also bring unpredictable weather patterns that may cause emergencies,” said Bowinn Ma, Minister of Emergency Management and Climate Readiness. “If we all take proactive steps to prepare for these events, we can better protect ourselves, our loved ones and our homes, while minimizing the impact
of these increasingly common occurrences.”
To prepare for the potential of flooding, people should put together an emergency kit, which includes essentials such as water, non-perishable food, medication and a first-aid kit. People are also encouraged to have an evacuation plan in place and stay informed about weather alerts.
People living in low-lying areas are encouraged to move equipment and other assets to higher ground and clear perimeter drains, eavestroughs and gutters. A rapid change in water levels – especially a drop – may indicate a problem upstream. If something out of the ordinary is suspected, call the fire, police or public works department immediately.
Looking beyond flooding caused by heavy rain or melting snow, known as freshet, people should be prepared for extreme heat, wildfires and drought. October 2022 was one of the driest and warmest Octobers on record, elevating drought conditions across the province.
“As a result of drought conditions, the BC Wildfire Service is observing more advanced fire behaviour than what is typical at this time of year,” said Bruce Ralston, Minister of Forests. “Given the current conditions, we are urging the public to exercise caution as the majority of spring wildfires are caused by people and are therefore preventable.”
The Province is encouraging people to ensure they are aware of open burning regulations before lighting a fire of any size and to create a buffer zone around their property clear of debris and flammable material, such as wood piles, dry leaves and fuel.
During extreme heat events, it’s important to stay cool and hydrated to avoid heat exhaustion or heatstroke. People should limit outdoor activity, drink plenty of water and regularly check in on friends, neighbours and family members.
People can learn more about preparing for climate-related hazards at: PreparedBC.ca
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The connections between diabetes and oral health
(NC) In Canada, one in three people has diabetes or prediabetes, a chronic disease that prevents the body from producing or properly using insulin. Diabetes affects a person’s health in many ways, including increasing the risk for heart disease and stroke, kidney disease, glaucoma and cataracts. But did you know that diabetes can also affect oral health?
If diabetes is poorly controlled, it can create a burning sensation in the mouth or on the tongue. Worse, it can cause oral thrush which is a fungal infection in the mouth or dry mouth (xerostomia), a condition in which the glands in the mouth don’t produce enough saliva, raising the risk of cavities.
Uncontrolled diabetes can also increase a person’s risk of developing periodontal disease, an infection of the gums and bone that surround and support the teeth. Initially, gums may be sore or bleed when brushed. Over
time, the infection may cause bone loss that can lead to tooth loss. At the same time, untreated periodontal disease can cause blood sugar to rise, creating a vicious circle in which diabetes becomes even more difficult to control.
But there is good news: dental hygienists can identify signs and symptoms of undiagnosed or uncontrolled diabetes. They will refer you to your doctor for a medical consultation and can help you manage your blood glucose levels through nutrition counselling and strategies to stop smoking. They can also work with you to develop an individualized at-home oral care routine, including twice daily toothbrushing with a fluoride toothpaste and daily cleaning between your teeth. Essential primary health care providers such as your doctor and dental hygienist can help you take care of your diabetes and your teeth, preventing serious complications and promoting your best health.
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The Patrika Auto Review: 2023 Honda CR-V Hybrid review. Still
By Veeno Dewan
The popular Honda CR-V compact crossover is a top seller for the company and enters 2023 with a host of changes. There
The 2-motor hybrid system comes with a parallel-axis 2-motor arrangement with a larger traction motor and power generator, plus a low gear
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is a hybrid option and styling is updated conservatively and so it will age well. With an increase in exterior dimensions, the new CR-V hybrid is also bigger on the inside and has more cargo capacity. The interior is revamped with a more stylish quality feel. The seats are more comfortable for long distance driving and there is more storage and extra rear legroom.
Engineering-wise, there is a longer wheelbase, a wider track and a claimed 15 per cent improvement in torsional and structural rigidity, there is also improved steering and road feel thanks to redesigned ball joints and other tweaks.
The base engine is a mostly carryover 1.5L four-cylinder unit with a retuned turbocharger and exhaust ports to enable peak torque of 179 lbft to arrive 300 rpm sooner. The 2023 CR-V hybrid model however has an all-new 2.0-litre Atkinson cycle four-cylinder engine (145 hp / 138 lbft.) paired with Honda’s fourth-gen 2-motor hybrid system. The engine features high-pressure direct injection, a more rigid crankshaft, larger exhaust port surface area, and better noise and vibration damping.
coupled to the engine for towing (1,000-pound maximum.) Combined output is rated at 204 horsepower and 247 lb-ft. of torque. A future plug-in hybrid (PHEV) variant is also on the cards.
The 2023 Honda CR-V line up starts at $34,375 to $45,521 and comprises: LX, Sport, EX-L models to and the Hybrid Touring model ($51,021.) as evaluated. LX and Sport trim CR-Vs feature a dash mounted seven-inch infotainment touchscreen with wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, while the EX-L and Touring trims get a nine-inch screen and wireless smartphone connectivity, plus a wireless phone charger. The hybrid model adds standard perforated leather seating with orange accents, 9-inch multimedia touchscreen with embedded navigation and Bose Premium Sound System with 12 speakers, wireless Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto, plus two rear seat USB-C charge ports. On the outside, the hybrid has specific black 19-inch aluminum wheels, a chrome exhaust finisher, black roof rails, hands-free power tailgate, and a rear camera washer.
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Interior highlights include a neat, high quality, well-designed and comfortable cabin, better visibility, a huge
Four driving modes come standard: normal, sport, eco and a new snow mode. The hybrid system is pretty
amount of storage front and rear, a large center console and new seats. The dash is very well designed with stylish hidden vents behind the honeycomb style dash-panel, and sensible control knobs. Meanwhile, rear legroom is increased along with cargo capacity to 1,028 L, increasing to 1,113 L total) by lowering the load floor in the top-tier trim models. With the 60/40 split rear seat folded, 2,166 L of total cargo space is available.
Safety is good with Hondas as standard suite of advanced functions, multiple new airbags, collision avoidance and programming for improved pedestrian and cyclist recognition.
On the road, the CR-V has adequate power, good overtaking, and highway cruising ability. The engine seems to have a wider rev range and a good turn of speed for all driving styles and modes. Driving is made easier with the electronic CVT transmission that features a B (braking) mode for regenerative braking, in addition to regular drive. B mode makes one-pedal driving possible and can be adjusted via steering-wheel mounted paddles.
seamless and overall, there is good acceleration and responsiveness. Sport mode offers a more rewarding driving experience. Do not expect Sports car handling, but rather a more relaxed comfortable driving sensation. Fuel economy for the hybrid is rated at (Regular 87) 6.0 / 6.9 / 6.4 L / 100 km city / highway / combined. To sum up, the new CR-V Hybrid continues the best attributes of the previous CR-V with a good number of improvements and remains a very strong contender in the compact family CUV market. Fit, finish and equipment levels are good, while the Top Touring models can be pricy, but this is at the premium spectrum level. Highly recommended.
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Pet Custody: Who Gets To Keep The Family Pet After a Separation?
The BC government made an important announcement shortly after this article was first written. It introduced amendments to BC’s Family Law Act to include provisions dealing with pet custody. If passed, the proposed amendments should provide more clarity in the law that applies to pets in the separation process. The amendments to the Family Law Act will require consideration of factors such as each spouse’s ability and willingness to care for the pet, the relationship a child has with the pet, and whether there is a risk of family violence, threat of cruelty to an animal.
It is expected that the changes in the law will provide guidance for separating spouses and judges when determining how to address ownership and possession of pets. The proposed changes to the law can be found in Bill 17 – 2023: Family Law Amendment Act, 2023, which passed third reading at the 4th Session, 42nd Parliament on Monday April 3, 2023. The next and final step is for the Lieutenant Governor to give Royal Assent to the new law. No date has been set for Royal Assent or proclamation (the date the new law comes into effect). In the meantime, we welcome you to contact us to discuss the changes and how they may impact the issues in your separation.
What Happens to Pets in Separation?
Many people have a close bond with their pets and consider them to be members of the family. It is no surprise that deciding what happens to pets in divorce can be a source of major conflict. If you are going through
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BC family law sets out the rules for custody and access to children. The court can order shared custody where such an arrangement is in the child’s best interests. BC family law does not treat pets the same as children. Instead, the law is that pets such as cats, dogs, rabbits, and birds are possessions. Because pets are treated as objects of personal property, the issue for the court when spouses separate is who owns the pet. The court will look at factors or “indicators” of ownership, for example:
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tionship with the pet (if the spouses have children). That being said, BC courts are reluctant to deal with pets as anything other than mere possessions when spouses separate.
Will BC Courts Order Shared Pet Custody?
No. If your family case goes to court, the judge will not order shared pet custody or make an access schedule for pet visitation. BC judges must decide what happens to pets in divorce based on ownership and make an order that the pet is the exclusive property of one spouse or the other. Even when the evidence indicates that the pet is jointly owned by the spouses, the court will not order shared custody. Instead, the court will determine the value of the pet and order one spouse to purchase the other spouse’s interest in the pet. If there is more than one family pet, another option is for the court to order that each spouse gets one pet.
Can You And Your Spouse Agree On Shared Pet Custody?
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Do You Have More Questions About What Happens To Pets In Divorce?
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KHALSA DIWAN SOCIETY, ABBOTSFORD
Bhai Mardana Gurmit Sangeet Academy and Naad Arts organized a Raag Darbar at Gurdwara Sahib Khalsa Diwan Society Abbotsford in which the students who attended performed Kirtan and Kavishri, using Tabla, solo stringed instruments.
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MLA Pam Alexis funding will support people working in the arts in Abbotsford
New Democrat MLA Pam Alexis says that provincial funding for arts organizations and people working in the arts will help the local sector continue to recover from the economic impacts of the pandemic.
“The importance of the arts in our communities cannot be overstated. These organizations receiving funding are so important for the people in Abbotsford, like the REACH Art Gallery, and I’m grateful we can give them a boost,” said Pam Alexis, MLA for AbbotsfordMission.
In Abbotsford, the following projects are receiving funding, for a total of $458,748:
Abbotsford Arts Council - $21,709
The Reach Gallery Museum - $119,351
Abbotsford Arts Council - $5,000
Heritage Abbotsford Society - $250,000
The Reach Gallery Museum - $40,000
MLAs say funding will support people working in the arts in Maple Ridge
New Democrat MLAs Bob D’Eith and Lisa Beare say that provincial funding for arts organizations and people working in the arts will help the local sector continue to recover from the economic impacts of the pandemic.
amazing work they do,” said Lisa Beare, MLA for Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows
Valley Echoes Chorus Society$22,688
The funding is distributed through the BC Arts Council and will provide a total of $34.5 million to arts and culture organizations throughout B.C. Grants will help support infrastructure projects and address rising costs for organizations who have been impacted by a loss of audiences, reduced profits, and increased expenses since the pandemic.
“As Parliamentary Secretary for Arts and Film, I’m thrilled to see more support going to our amazing arts community in B.C. Arts councils and non-profits produce many of our favourite local events, nurturing local artists and feeding our creative souls,” said Bob D’Eith, MLA for Maple RidgeMission.
In Maple Ridge, the Pitt Meadows Arts Council/ACT Arts Centre is receiving $215,080 in funding.
“The ACT arts centre is such an important place here in Maple Ridge! This funding for the Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Arts Council will be a huge help in making sure that the community can continue to benefit from the
The funding is distributed through the BC Arts Council and will provide a total of $34.5 million to arts and culture organizations throughout B.C. Grants will help support infrastructure projects and address rising costs for organizations who have been impacted by a loss of audiences, reduced profits, and increased expenses since the pandemic.
Funding supports tech-skills training for under-represented British Columbians
A more diverse technology sector is the result of a successful start to the Innovator Skills Initiative program, providing tech companies with funding to hire and develop talent, including those from under-represented groups.
“As B.C. continues to be a North American leader in tech job growth, we know one of the industry’s greatest needs is skilled workers,” said Brenda Bailey, Minister of Jobs, Economic Development and Innovation. “That’s why we are helping businesses access a more diverse workforce while helping under-represented people get their foot in the door of B.C.’s fastestgrowing sector.”
In 2021, the Government of B.C. made a $15-million investment to launch the Innovator Skills Initiative through Innovate BC, which has helped approximately 3,000 people get their first job in technology and
contributed to this growing sector. With the continued success of the Innovator Skills Initiative, the Province is investing an additional $5 million to the Innovator Skills Initiative, creating a more inclusive economy.
“We are thrilled to see more support for the Innovator Skills Initiative, a critical program that introduces under-represented groups to the plethora of opportunities in tech,” said Raghwa Gopal, president and CEO, Innovate BC. “With increased funding, we can create more pathways to connect a broader spectrum of British Columbians to one of our province’s most robust sectors while B.C. companies will benefit from new talent eager to make their mark and grow.”
The initial program resulted in 70% of participants being offered jobs after a placement, and 100% of them choosing employment, starting a
new business or returning to postsecondary studies.
“Upanup initially hired me as a communications and proposal writer through the Innovator Skills Initiative program,” said Linh Nguyen, a former participant in the program. “Afterward, they offered me a fulltime position and now I work as a communications and proposal writer where I use my skills in digital communications and technical writing to bring forward innovative ideas and recommendations for optimal and accessible digital solutions for various communities.”
The expansion of the Innovator Skills Initiative program is expected to secure as many as 500 more placements in the tech sector or in a tech-enabled role. A key priority of the program will be more Indigenous placements.
“Vivacity technologies hired a software analyst through the Innovator Skills Initiative program in the summer of 2022,” said George Emery, CEO, Vivacity Technologies. “Afterward, we offered them a job and now they are a full-time software developer, using their skills to help build Vivacity’s Intelligent City platform. The Innovator Skills Initiative program offered us a massive boost with onboarding highly skilled talent.”
British Columbians interested in the program are encouraged to sign up for a notification when applications open in early May 2023.
The additional funding for the Innovator Skills Initiative program aligns with the StrongerBC Economic Plan by training people for in-demand roles, and tackling the issues of today while growing an economy that works for more people.
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carbon monoxide safety top of mind
(NC) Carbon monoxide, commonly known as CO, is a colourless, odourless gas, and it can cause serious injury or even death. To help protect you and your family against this “silent killer,” here are some important safety tips to follow.
Know the CO basics. Carbon monoxide can be emitted by fuel-burning appliances, such as ovens, furnaces and boilers, and it is impossible to detect without a working CO alarm. Take extra caution during colder months as more use of home heating systems may heighten the risk of a CO leak.
Be aware of the warning signs. Symptoms of CO poisoning can include headache, nausea, dizziness, weakness, chest pain and vomiting, mimicking those of the common cold or the flu. If you suddenly experience any of these symptoms, exit the building and call 911 immediately.
Know what to do in a power outage. If power goes out, portable generators must only be used outside, at least seven metres from the home. Never
use them inside the home, in a garage or in any confined area that can allow CO to collect. Additionally, be careful to always follow operating instructions closely.
Install alarms. Fire and home safety experts from the National Fire Protection Association recommend installing CO alarms, like the First Alert Plug-In CO Alarm with battery back-up, on every floor of your home, including the basement. They should be in or near every sleeping area to ensure your whole home is protected. Remember to test your CO alarms regularly and, if using battery-powered alarms, replace the batteries at least every six months. Have fuel-burning appliances inspected regularly. Arrange for an annual professional inspection of all fuel-burning appliances such as furnaces, stoves, fireplaces, clothes dryers and water heaters to help prevent a possible CO leak in your home.
Learn more CO safety tips and browse carbon monoxide alarms at firstalert.ca.
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Call: 778 552 8840 This home features 4 Bedrooms / 3 bathrooms, spacious living area, dining, 2 covered parking in side-by-side double garage and a sunny sundeck to relax. Other features- Low Strata Fee, Stainless steel appliances/ granite counter tops with island in the kitchen/ tons of storage, Rentals allowed, Pets friendly complex, No age restrictions & lots of visitor's parking. Close to US Border, Easy access to Hwy, schools, shopping, recreation, parks, public transit, mall & much more. SOLD SOLD 3681 QUALICUM STREET Perfect Family Home in Central Abbotsford. This 2 storey w/ basement home features 4 bedrooms/ 4 bathrooms & a private backyard for entertainment which backs onto Green Belt (Downes Bowl & Trails). Main floor features a bright living room, formal dining area, large kitchen with tons of cabinets, cozy family room, nook, laundry room & a half bathroom. Top floor has 4 Bedrooms/ 2 full bathrooms, with an ensuite in the master. 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This home features 5 bedrooms/ 4 bathrooms located in a quiet cul de sac and carries no traffic. Main floor has a welcoming foyer, bright living room, dining area & a spacious kitchen with tons of storage. Top floor has 3 spacious bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms with an ensuite in master. Basement has 2 bedrooms & a bathroom with great living 36090 SOUTHRIDGE PLACE Million Dollar Views! Huge Rancher with w/o Basement (Plus Crawl- Lots of storage) LEGAL SUITE, wheelchair ramp. Very open kitchen with raised oak cabinets, tons of cupboards & roll-out drawers. Lots of South facing windows for natural light and "BIG VALLEY/MT.BAKER VIEW!! Rare triple garage & abundant driveway parking. Huge front parking area & good sized flat, usable backyard. Dedicated RV parking for 30+ ft. RV. Easy care porcelain tile & laminate flooring on main, plus much more. Close to #1 & Shopping. Over 250sq. ft. upper deck and over 200 sq. ft. lower deck.
Communities along Fraser River benefit from increased flood resilience
People and communities along the Fraser River will be better protected from flooding with dike improvements, and enhanced flood-mitigation and watershed-restoration projects.
“We know people living in the Fraser Valley are concerned about a repeat of the devastating November 2021 flooding, particularly as we expect more climate-related events in the years to come,“ said Bowinn Ma, Minister of Emergency Management and Climate Readiness. “By investing in flood-mitigation and watershedrestoration projects, we are better protecting people and businesses along the Fraser River from future flooding.”
Metro Vancouver, Leq’á:mel First Nation, Fraser Valley Regional District and the District of Hope will share approximately $7.5 million to increase flood resilience along the banks of the Coquihalla River, Fraser River and Hatzic Lake, including critical watersheds.
“As the challenges facing B.C.’s watersheds continue to grow, climate resiliency has never been more important,” said Nathan Cullen, Minister of Water, Land and Resource Stewardship and Minister Responsible for Fisheries. “Investing in flood-mitigation and watershedrestoration projects ensures we have healthy ecosystems and communities today, and for future generations of British Columbians.”
The funding will be divided between the communities for four projects.
Barnston Island dike improvements
Metro Vancouver will receive approximately $5.3 million for Barnston Island dike improvements to ensure the island can withstand a once-in-50years flood to keep people safe and enable farming activity to continue. The funding will also support other flood-risk-reduction work, such as updating dike assessments, flood infrastructure improvements and design standards.
Leq’á:mel First Nation watershed recovery capacity
Leq’á:mel First Nation will receive $1.2 million for watershed recovery capacity. The funding will enable Leq’á:mel First Nation to offer support and leadership, and guide floodrecovery-related projects affecting the Leq’á:mel First Nation’s territory. It will also support timely and collaborative approaches to the delivery of watershed recovery programs that protect residents, farmers and infrastructure.
Hatzic Lake flood mitigation
The Fraser Valley Regional District will receive $500,000 to offer support and leadership in the Hatzic Lake flood-mitigation planning table and support actions to reduce flood risk in the Hatzic Lake flood zone.
Lower Coquihalla watershed resiliency
The District of Hope will receive $500,000 for Lower Coquihalla watershed resiliency planning that looks beyond traditional flood infrastructure, encompasses regional partners and works toward building resilience to future flooding.
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Ve easy show #136-1779 Clearbrook Rd, Abbotsford 900 sqft ground floor retail/office space for sale in the brand new commercial/strata building located at 1779 Clearbrook Rd. in Abbotsford. Featuring a finished space with 1 office storage and a bathroom, ample parking and very quick and easy Highway 1 access. C4 Zoning allows for a wide variety of commercial uses including assembling, brewing and venting outlet, indoor recreation facility, retail, trade school and more. Contact for details! COMMERCIAL UNIT FOR LEASE family by owning a restaurant franchise. This store is well kept and located in the Fraser Valley Very busy location in a free-standing building with a low lease. Need to sign Non-Disclosure Agreement in order to get location information. Welcome to this Elite home that was Custom Built in 2021. Quality craftsmanship throughout with a bonus Spice Kitchen. Bathrooms are very elegantly finished. Low maintenance yard and a Mortgage Helper. Close to Abbotsford Hospital, Seven Oaks Mall, Mill lake park, City Centre, all public amenities & easy access to Highway 1. Custom Built basement entry Home features 6 Bedrooms and 5 bathrooms with 2 Master bedrooms with ensuites. PLUS All the bedrooms have Walk-In Closets! Very spacious family room with open high ceiling. Lots of Sunlight. Large Maple Kitchen boasts granite countertops, island, flood of ceiling lights and high quality finishing and fixtures. New Refrigerator & New Water Tank. 2 bedroom mortgage helper legal suite on the side with separate entrance. Huge Patio great for entertaining & BBQ's. Fenced backyard with privacy for kids to play or to have garden. Security system included. Quiet family oriented street. 3412 Headwater Place, Abbotsford Welcome to this Beautiful home that was Custom Built in 2018 in the heart of West Abbotsford. This home has 4 bedrooms with 2 walk in closets & 3 bathrooms upstairs. The main floor has a bedroom and a full bathroom, a spice kitchen & pantry. Fenced in yard with shed and garden, A/C and 2 Laundry's. NEW LISTING NEW LISTING NEW LISTING NEW LISTING $3,500/mth 32028 Scott Ave. Mission BC 1 Year CUSTOM Old 7 bed, 7 bath 4000/- sq.ft. home on 9500 sq. flat lot 2 basement suites 3000 rent huge driveway and backyard, Close to wallmart, superstore, Gurdiwara sahib and Lougheed Hwy NO GST SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD Big corner 3-story Townhouse, 3 car driver way, double garage, low strata fee. West Abbotsford 27-31501 Upper Maclure Rd. 46446 Ferguson Place 2815 Victoria Street Abbotsford 35791 Eaglecrest Dr, Abbotsford $949,888 BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME On this 7383 sq ft lot.Principle uses such as Residential Care, Single Detached Dwelling & Supportive Recovery. Accessory uses such as Bed & Breakfast, Boarding & Home Occupation Level 2. Lot coverage 40%, Floor density 50%. Close to parks, shopping, restaurants, Hwy 1 with Amazing view. 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The main floor features 3 spacious bedrooms, living room and kitchen with a walk out covered patio with an amazing view of the water. Fenced backyard with a patio for basketball or entertaining your guests. Brand new shed. Mortgage helper 3 Bed bsmt suite with separate entry. Many updates include new windows, all doors, paint, roof, and many more. Discovery Trail is right in your backyard for those of you who enjoy nature. Short walk to Rotary Stadium INVESTOR/DEVELOPERS ALERT. This old timer Renovated home comes with 90'X102' 9270 sq. ft. lot and with Land assembly with 2 homes in a prime location with a big frontage plus a big rental income. RV parking. Super nice tenant is willing to stay. Walking distance to all amenities, schools, recreation & parks, this area of Mission has already seen new development and is primed for further growth! Solid home with excellent rental income. 31819 Saturna Cres, Abbotsford NEW LISTING 32965 9th Ave Mission
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What are the first signs of cataracts?
(NC) As we age, our vision changes. Sometimes these changes mean you need to increase the strength of your glasses prescription, but other changes may be a sign of something more serious.
Cataracts, for example, affect more than 3.5 million Canadians every year and are the leading cause of blindness in Canada. Cataracts form naturally as we age. If left untreated, they can cause significant vision loss.
“It’s so important that everyone is proactive about their eye health, especially if there are changes in their vision,” says Dr. Kathy Cao, a Canadian ophthalmologist. “Canadian seniors should be getting eye exams at least once a year to stay on top of their eye health.”
If you are experiencing any of the below symptoms, it may be a sign of cataracts.
Cloudy or blurry vision. With cataracts, it can seem like you are looking through a foggy window. Over time, the cloudy area will get larger and your vision may become duller and more blurry.
Trouble seeing at night. As cataracts get worse, they block light from reaching the retina and can make it harder to see or drive at night.
Light and glare sensitivity. Cataracts can make your eyes more sensitive to light. You may notice that indoor lights seem too bright and may have trouble seeing in bright sunlight.
Seeing “halos” around street lights. Seeing halos around lights is one of the most common symptoms of cataracts and is caused by light being dispersed abnormally as it enters the eye.
Fading or yellowing colours. Cataracts may cause colours to appear faded, and your vision may also start to have a yellowish-brown tinge. This is gradual at first, but can worsen over time.
Double vision. Cataracts can sometimes cause double vision, where you see two images of a single object at the same time. This occurs even when you have one eye open.
Frequent changes in your prescription. A sometimes unexpected effect of cataracts is that you may find you need to change your glasses and contact lens prescriptions more frequently.
A survey commissioned by Alcon Canada found that changes in vision were the most common topic Canadian seniors had discussed with their eye doctors. However, among patients who had cataracts, only 34 per cent said they had a full understanding of their condition.
The only way to repair cataracts is surgery. Modern cataract surgery is a routine procedure where a surgeon replaces the natural clouded lens of the eye with an artificial lens. Visit your eye care professional to learn more about cataracts, cataract surgery and lens options. Find more information at seethefullpicture.ca.
Are your sore joints trying to tell you something?
(NC) We all feel aches and pains from time to time. But if you often feel stiffness, swelling or pain in the knees, hips or other joints – don’t brush it off. Research suggests there could be as many Canadians living with undiagnosed arthritis as there are with the diagnosis.
It is important to recognize early signs of the disease because the condition can have a dramatic impact on your life, bringing pain, fatigue and restricted mobility.
“Simply put, early action can lead to early relief,” says Dr. Sian Bevan, chief science officer at Arthritis Society Canada. “Even young Canadians shouldn’t ignore persistent stiffness and pain. This disease does not discriminate and can strike at any age.”
Maintaining a healthy weight, keeping active and eating a balanced diet can all help relieve pain and slow joint degeneration.
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The Solar Eclipse occurs at the end of your sign this week. It might be time to think about what might be better let go of and new directions you could take over the next six months. This may have a connection to finances. This could be more about lowering things than increasing. You could benefit in the long term.
Mercury, the planet of decision making has been in your since the 4th April. It will begin to retrograde this week until the 15th May. This is especially beneficial for self-reflection upon where you find yourself in life at the moment. Don’t be surprised if you decide that certain obligations need to be dropped. It can’t be instant though.
You could recognise that something you felt was important to continue with long term might be better let go. It is more about not putting your energies into maintaining that direction, as these things cannot necessarily be altered quickly. You will do well to contemplate what is becoming important to you up to mid May.
You are setting up a new 2 year personal cycle at the moment. You need to be mindful of situations where you are not listened to. You could realise that you should not be as willing as you have been in the past to take on extra obligations. There are ways of working around those who demand a lot. Reflect on these to mid May.
You could suddenly realise that something you wanted to be part of your future in the long term might be better dropped, particularly if it will increase the burden somebody else could place upon you. You will not be without obligations, either personal or work related. What is most important should be considered to mid May.
It might be time to rethink the directions you want to take in the long term in your life, particularly where security might be concerned. Finding time to yourself to mid May to consider these things would be beneficial. If you have realised of late that somebody else could expect a lot from you in the future, you must be prepared to put yourself first.
The ending of a way of life for somebody else could put a lot of pressure on your own enjoyment. This might seem momentary now but could turn into a long term situation from next year. They maybe dealing with something they don’t expect to mid May. They are unlikely to be open about what they actually think, so be cautious.
Life is heading towards getting busier with other people. This could require you to bring an end to certain regular routines and create new ones. Not that this has to be done overnight but something you begin to consider. Somebody else could change their mind from now to mid May. It might all seem unpredictable to you.
You will need to get in the habit of becoming strong-minded when it comes to the manner in which your normal routines can be affected through the expectations of others. You can be tested on this between now and mid May. Part of the test will be to break habit patterns to generously accept things without first thinking of the consequences.
You might be tempted between now and mid May to return to something you have enjoyed in the past. There can be significant new directions associated with home and/or family that will alter the whole structure of things in the long term. This could seem overwhelming to begin with but will settle down to some extent from mid May.
A sense of having to be prepared to make definite decisions to let things go can be part of feeling as though you need to be more in control in your life. Gaining this control will be a slow process and will come into play more next year. What you need to think about to mid May is what you would like to put in place in life to build upon.
There will be many decisions to make up to mid June. What you thought you wanted might change between now and mid May. It is possible you do not have enough information and if so, you should put in the effort to become better informed. A lot of responsibility is on you personally now with Saturn in your sign.
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A lia Bhatt has embraced motherhood beautifully after the birth of her daughter Raha Kapoor. She's also getting back to work slowly to handling professional commitments along with making public appearances at events. Clearly, it may seem like Alia is balancing work and her baby both very beautifully. However, she's quite anxious about it.
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Sara channels her inner Marvel nerd
The third and final instalment from the Marvel Cinematic Universe Guardians of the Galaxy is almost here. But before the film finally lands in theatres May 5, fans can’t keep calm as early reactions to the film, call it the most emotional and exciting movie of the franchise marking it the end journey of the band of misfits together. And guess what, there is a hidden fan in actress Sara Ali Khan. The Atrangi Re actress takes on the Marvel fan challenge and has passed the test ith flying colours. The knockknock queen has beaten the Marvel fanatic Ashish Chanchlani at the best guess game in the history of Marvel in India! A James Gunn directorial, The Guardians of Galaxy Volume 3 has got the nation waiting with batting eyes. To add to the excitement, Indian audiences can book their
anxious to think whether she’s doing right with her baby and work because there’s so much pressure on women to ace both. The Sadak 2 actress also confessed that she wonders if people actually think if she’s managing well or are theyonly saying it to placate her? It’s like this old-school dogma, she says, that once a woman has a baby, they have to martyr their career or they’re not a model mom. Alia further added that it's very important for new mothers to get that time to gather their bearings and it's equally crucial for organisations and industries to grant them the time they need, instead of just writing them off. Even if there’s no judgement, the actress is very critical of herself. That’s why she works hard on her mental health, goes for therapy every week where she can voice these fears.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is one of the versatile actresses who have carved a space on their own in the Hindi film industry. However, apart from her looks and acting skills, she is also known for being vocal about anything and everything. She is noted for saying things the way she likes, and she has never feared or shied away from the media. Once she had graced Karan Johar’s chat show, Koffee With Karan, along with her husband Abhishek Bachchan, and with her answers, she had left Karan in awe. Aishwarya Rai Bachchanis known for her wittiness. When Karan Johar had asked her to choose ‘Khan of all seasons’ among Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Saif Ali Khan and Salman Khan. To that, Abhishek Bachchan can be heard protesting, “There are more actors in the industry”, but Aishwarya answered it quite calmly with her wit. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan can be heard saying to that question, “We are Bachchans for all seasons, and My name is not Khan.” This answer had left Karan Johar speechless. As soon as the video went viral from the Instagram page, netizens started to pour their reactions to it.
tickets from Friday as advance booking of the film has opened across the country. The film stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan, and Pom Klementieff, featuring Vin Diesel as Groot and Bradley Cooper as Rocket, Sean Gunn, Chukwudi Iwuji, Will Poulter and Maria Bakalova. The movie will release in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
I’ve been unlucky in love : Salman
The industry veteran, Salman Khan, who has been ruling millions of hearts for over three decades, is now ready to take the hot seat at the special episode of Aap Ki Adalat. The actor, who last appeared on the show in 2014, will be engaging again in a conversation with host Rajat Sharma . In this candid session, packed with excitement and light-hearted moments, the actor will also speak about his love life. In a promo, Rajat asked about Salman’s ‘move on’ statement, implying that he had been moving from one person to another for several years. Salman laughed in response to the question and simply replied, “I’ve been unlucky in love, sir.” In the following part of the promo, the host asked, “Who is your Jaan these days? Who are you in a relationship with?” The actor replied, “Sir, I’m just a ‘Bhai’ (brother) these days.” As the audience erupted in laughter, Salman continued, “The person I desired to call me ‘Jaan’ is now calling me ‘Bhai’. What can I do?” On the professional front, the 57-yearold was last seen in Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, which was released recently on the occasion of Eid.
Amrin upset being compared to Kiara
Amrin Qureshi is making her acting debut in Rajkumar Santoshi’s Bad Boy along with Namashi Chakraborty. Daughter of producer Sajid Qureshi, Amrin is frequently compared with Kiara Advani because of their similar looks. This comparison, however, angers Amrin, as she believes it is unjust and she wants to establish her own unique identity as an actor. Amrin told a new channel, “I used to share my pictures on social media, and someone called me Kiara Advani. It started and then everyone started commenting in a similar manner. People say I copy her. It did not stop there. Even a few news websites addressed me like that. I would like to appeal to everyone, please stop giving me this tag (of Kiara Advani copy). I am still in the growing phase of my features and haven’t got any surgery done.” She added, “Kiara is very beautiful, and I like her. But I get angry when people constantly compare me with her. There’s a limit to everything. My target is to establish an identity of my own. I work towards it daily.” Ahead of the film’s release, Amrin spoke about her debut at the film's trailer launch. She said, “As a newcomer, it's my privilege to debut with Bad Boy and get directed by one of the greatest directors of the industry, Rajkumar Santoshi.
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