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Funding to replace club roof

The Royal City Curling Club is getting some federal funding to help repair its roof.

Finding right crops for shady garden

Question: We recently moved into a home in Coquitlam. It is the first time we have owned a place with a backyard and we are excited to start a garden. I would love a garden from which we could pick delectable things to eat (herbs, veggies etc).
A walk in the park

A walk in the park

World-renowned chef comes to River Market

A chef who has cooked in kitchens around the world and is considered one of Vancouver's top culinary stars is bringing his talents to River Market. Angus An of Maenam restaurant in Kitsilano is opening a new eatery at River Market.

It's the musical of all musicals

Timeless love story of Oklahoma! returns to new westminster

'All good things come to those who wait'

A Second World War veteran is thrilled to be receiving a medal - five decades after serving overseas. Walter Tyler, 93, received a Canadian Forces Decoration on March 20 during a battalion parade at The Royal Westminster Regiment's Armoury.

Pace for lab assistants is 'zero to 60'


Jump on board the Bring Back Play Funmobile

The Bring Back Play Funmobile tour is back in action.

Seven essential tips for sleeping well

In my first month of medical school, I realized the volume of material to master was too great to cram into an all-nighter. I arrived at my anatomy mid-term without a wink of sleep and during the middle of the exam, I fell asleep.

Working the wards as a physician

Sayeeda Hudani is a hospitalist who has been working at RCH for 11 years. The Record caught up with Hudani recently to find out what it's like on the wards.