Monthly Archives: July 2015

What’s New — Safe Grilling Temperatures

Undercooked meat has been the source of many a food-borne illness, since it can harbour parasites and bacteria such as salmonella, campylobacter or E. coli that will fizzle the sizzle of your party pronto. For more info, as well as … Continue reading

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What’s New — Summer Travel Apps

There’s a whole world of travel apps out there (roughly 100,000, in fact) to help you make the most of your vacay, but we’ve narrowed the list down to five faves. Wherever your summer sojourn takes you, these handy apps … Continue reading

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What’s New — Beachcombing in Gibsons

When Bruno Gerussi, as log salvager Nick Adonidas, chugged off into the sunset aboard his trusty Persephone 25 years ago, neither he nor anyone connected with The Beachcombers could have predicted the legacy he would leave in his wake. Airing … Continue reading

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What’s New — 10 Foods That Can Fell You

Remember the great Cronut calamity of 2013? More than 150 unsuspecting CNE visitors ended their day at the fair feeling fairly ill after noshing on the deep-fried doughnut-croissant concoction, which turned out to be contaminated with the staphylococcus aureus toxin. What … Continue reading

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