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ElleBox Co

Let’s face it. Periods suck. We bloat, we crave, we breakout. We snarl, we cry, or sometimes both. We cramp, we ache and cuddle our hot water bottles. And that’s all before the main event. There’s a reason many of us call it ‘shark week’. Sure, you might be one of the lucky ones. One of those whose flow comes and goes without any outward sign or display of what’s

Vancouver Motorcycle Christmas Toy Run

2016 Vancouver Toy Run Information Who’s thinking about Christmas in September? I know I am! Especially after receiving this wonderful flyer in my email! We look forward to the Vancouver Motorcycle Toy Run each year – especially since it runs right through our neighborhood. The Vancouver Motorcycle Toy Run is returning for it’s 37th annual parade of motorcycles – all riding to raise donations of both money and gifts for

7-Eleven Name Your Price Day

Last year, 7-Eleven’s Slurpee Name Your Price Day was such a hit, they just had to do it again, and with 100% of total sales or donations going directly to Food Banks Canada, it was one Slurpee customers could definitely feel good about. On Wednesday September 16th at all 7-11 locations, you will have another chance to help feed the hungry by buying your large Slurpee for as much or

White SPot Pirate Pak Day

It’s one of my favorite times of year again – not only can you go out for a family dinner and enjoy a good laugh at everyone rocking a pirate ship, but you can feel great doing it knowing that you are helping a very deserving charity with each boat you order! White Spot is one of our absolute favorite family meal spots and we’re happy to support sending kids

Sole Girls 5K Run

Vancouver is no stranger to marathons and runs of all sorts whether you run for fun or run for sport – from the Sun Run to Run Up for Down Syndrome to Vancouver’s Hot Chocolate Run, there are events for every age, every level, at nearly every time of year! Just check out this impressive list from BC Race Review. But there is one very new, very important, and very

Pink Shirt Day

I’m one of many faces. A survivor of relentless, non-stop, horrendous bullying. I survived my school years by clinging to the hope that one day; they would be over. My bullying years lasted through late elementary school right up to grade 10, I contemplated suicide more than once. I was teased, taunted and hit more times then I can count. I feared going to school everyday and having to face