Lights, camera, action! Now, it might be hard to believe, but there is a regular, normal human being behind that perfect smile, flawless airbrushed finish, and big bright eyes. I bring you, “The life of a pageant girl.”
Are today’s youth more retirement and saving friendly?
I came across a recent article from the National Post, written by Matt Gurney that discusses the future of today’s youth. The article came to me as a pleasant surprise since the general consensus is that youth have a tough life ahead of them as we see prices rising and the economy down-turning.
We’ve finally jumped the raincouver hurdle and now its safe to say: it’s beginning to look a lot like summer, everywhere you go!
It’s been a rough patch for us Vancouverites but we have seen the light in the cold, dark tunnel, (the sun that is).
Vancouver is known to be one of the most beautiful cities around the world, with breathtaking mountain views, spectacular parks, and generous giving people, it almost makes it hard to comprehend that the downtown east side is part of this admirable city.
Health Canada was recently targeted in reducing the alcoholic energy drinks in B.C.Â It all started on May 25,Â 2012, as an article was released by Sarah Schmidt in The Vancouver Sun expressing the rise and danger of alcoholic energy drinks. Because of this, the topic of mixing energy drinks with alcohol has been an overwhelming popular topic in media today.Â This topic is concerning because youth are the highest target to this dangerous epidemic.