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Comment by Toby Saltzman on February 2, 2010 at 11:47am
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Comment by Karen Henrich on January 24, 2010 at 1:56pm
Online shopping resource, ChicWalks, just recently created a fantastic
ChicWalks Events Vancouver group on The group was created to give visitors and locals a chance to experience Vancouver through an ongoing series of fun and exciting events focused on fashion, shopping and mingling with other like-minded fashionistas! ChicWalks will be holding events in conjunction with local boutiques, designers and entire shopping areas in Vancouver - this way people can also test out the new ChicWalks Vancouver Shopping App found on the iTunes Store under 'chicwalks'.
The first event, ChicWalks and Upper Main Street Passion for Fashion and
Food Event, is already scheduled for Feb. 4! The ChicWalks crew will be
rolling our the pink carpet and welcoming shopping lovers to Upper Main Street for a night of shopping and sipping bubbly!
This MeetUp group is fabulous, join now:

Comment by James Morris on January 20, 2010 at 11:33am
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Comment by EnLinea Media on October 14, 2009 at 2:12pm
It's autumn -- apple and cider time! And this week's new post in our Tripatini blog, Where Cider Houses Rule, includes Quebec's picturesque, tasty Route du Cidre.
Comment by holliday brenner on September 20, 2009 at 4:25pm
thank you for your comments rundles--no she hurt no one and was in fact stopped to have call a cab to drive her home when the cops showed up and you know the rest-it was a one time thing and she does not even drink on a regular basis--thus she is still mortified--sigh
Comment by James Morris on September 20, 2009 at 4:21pm
That said, if your wife injured another person whilst driving drunk in another country, well, there is no doubt the Government of Canada might object to allowing her to visit Canada...
Comment by James Morris on September 20, 2009 at 4:12pm
I cannot see why your wife should not be allowed entry into Canada, given her record of D.U.I.

This seems like a really stupid thing for the Government of Canada to do, to keep out potential tourists interested in visiting this country. I do not know you, or, your wife, but, if she made one simple mistake of driving drunk in the past, and has not repeated this error a second time, well, in my opinion, Canada Customs should have the wisdom to know better, and let her into Canada. We all make mistakes, and so long as one doesn't repeat a major mistake the same in future, well, why should one be bonded to an original fault that has long since vanished?
Comment by holliday brenner on September 20, 2009 at 2:50pm
> my wife had a dui several years ago and it has all been taken care of but is undoubtedly still on her record--someone told me that because of it and canadian laws and security etc that it is possible that if we travel there that she could be refused entry --this sounds absurd but could be true-can you give me advice on whether this is a possibility and if so is there anything that can be done to avoid it as wed love to visit but the embarassment would kill her
> thanks



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