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SEA TO SKY LAW: FAMILY DISPUTES HANDLED WITH CARE

SEA TO SKY LAW: FAMILY DISPUTES HANDLED WITH CARE

Emotions run high when families break down. Depending on how things are handled, there can be long-term, negative consequences for those involved.
SEA TO SKY LAW: ONE STOP FOR ALL-AROUND LEGAL SUPPORT

SEA TO SKY LAW: ONE STOP FOR ALL-AROUND LEGAL SUPPORT

SEA TO SKY LAW has been serving clients from White Rock to Whistler for twenty-five years.
Screen Doors: DIY or Professional Install?

Screen Doors: DIY or Professional Install?

While the vast majority of homeowners turn to professionals for electrical, plumbing and roofing jobs around the house, installing a screen door is often viewed as the sort of household task the average homeowner should be able to handle themselves.
Installing screens on oversized windows and doors

Installing screens on oversized windows and doors

Do you have a large opening or window you’re unable to leave open because you can’t find a screen that will fit? “A lot of things can find their way through a twenty foot opening,” jokes Darrell Bedford, Director of Brand Communication at Wizard Scre
Screen door security: introducing SecuraView

Screen door security: introducing SecuraView

If you’re like most Burnaby home owners, you make a point of shutting your windows and doors each night as part of your general security protocol.
Wizard Industries: the evolution of screen doors

Wizard Industries: the evolution of screen doors

Screen doors have long since been a popular addition to homes in the Burnaby area. After all, they’re environmentally-friendly, cooling houses without electricity or harmful emissions, and they keep out bugs and other unwanted guests.
From mourning to mental illness

From mourning to mental illness

Gregory Dowsett wasn’t supposed to live as long as he did. Right from the start, he faced some complicated health problems, including being born with only three heart chambers instead of four.
Managing mental illness with community support

Managing mental illness with community support

“Mum, you’ve never been so good.” Those words from her children bring comfort to Joyce Kubu-Haynes, who has lived with mental illness for decades.
Finding light through mental illnesss

Finding light through mental illnesss

If Janice Kirkrod wrote a book, she knows what she would call it: There’s Light at the End of the Tunnel.
Major hospital redevelopment begins with mental health

Major hospital redevelopment begins with mental health

Gregory Dowsett wasn’t supposed to live as long as he did. Right from birth, he faced some complicated health problems. His death at the age of 25 devastated his mother, Marilyn.