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Do we reward kids for going to the movies or playing with blocks? Why? Because we don’t reward what is already enjoyable. By rewarding, we send the message that the activity is undesirable & must be rewarded to get people to do it. Is that the message we want to send about books?
My favourite part of the craft beer scene - other than the great beers - is the introduction of the 2 ounce taster. I feel more inclined to try beers if I don’t have to drink 12-20 ounces of it. Easy to try something out of your usual routine if you can … https://t.co/ST13OyirVy
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I love this idea! My daughters like to have a variety of glasses for whatever mood or style suits the day!
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Category Archives: Foodie News
I was in a dollar-type store yesterday looking for playing cards when I stumbled across corn on the cob. Corn on the cob – vacuum packed. Ready to eat, corn on the cob. Corn on the cob vacuum packed. Corn … Continue reading
Did you know that there have been serious changes to the recommendations from the medical community about how parents should treat their very young kids around peanuts and products with peanuts in them? The guidelines from the American Academy of Allergy, … Continue reading
Canada’s newest superfood is microscopic, but its health benefits are huge. Phytoplankton – found in the ocean and considered the world’s original vegetable – is also known as microalgae, packed with omega fatty acids, vitamins A, C, D and K, … Continue reading
A new international market development strategy is the latest item on the menu offering BC’s agrifood and seafood products to the world. The strategy aims to build on the record $3.5 billion worth of B.C. products exported in 2015. B.C.’s … Continue reading
Just in case you didn’t know, the week of September 12th – 18th is BC Farmers Appreciation Week. In acknowledgement of B.C. Farmers Appreciation Week, Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick said, “British Columbia farmers are hard working people supporting their families and … Continue reading
The BC Hop Company is hoping to quench the thirst for a key ingredient in B.C.’s growing craft beer sector. In an effort to provide the B.C. industry with a consistent supply of high-quality and local dry hops, the BC … Continue reading
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My favourite food truck, the Cheese Street Grill is back at their regular location just outside of the Poirier Recreation Centre in Coquitlam. Now, after I exit the gym after an intense work I can once again stop and grab … Continue reading
BC’s Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick has introduced Bill 11, the Food and Agricultural Products Classification Act in the House so British Columbians can shop with confidence. The regulatory changes would allow the BC government to build on a commitment that … Continue reading