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Grey day adventures w/ @connor_wc. (at Horseshoe Bay, West Vancouver, BC)


at Rock Water Secret Cove Resort


#inthevillage (at Tap & Barrel)


Gorgeous day to hop aboard #bcferries. #beautifulbc




This holiday season, we at Village&Co. have donated our creative and community management resources to help support Engage and Change’s crucial Project Winter Survival initiative. We’ve hijacked some of the most commonly used hashtags and gave them a new context to drive awareness and encourage donations.

A $25 donation will help provide survival kits with items that can make a difference between life and death. Items such as sleeping bags, clothing, food and other basic necessities will be provided to help the Canadian homeless make it through the harsh cold weather this winter. Please donate today.


Source: villageandco

Story of my life… #joblove #bestteam #spruceparty #crazies #holidays (at Spruce Body Lab Spa)


I had a blast at Momentum Fitness’ Train the Trainer event in support of @roomtoread_van today! This was one of my favourite shots from the day.


Here goose-y goose-y. #goldenlabrotti (at Sunset Beach)



Before they were grandparents, they proudly served our country.

Tomorrow, we’ll come together as a nation to commemorate the sacrifices made by our veterans. In Canada, Remembrance Day falls on November 11th and historically marks the end of the First World War. On this date in 1918, hostilities formally ceased on the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month.

While you take a moment to remember the 100,000 soldiers who gave their lives for our country, consider also adopting the new minute of silence by joining Canada Remembers in refraining from using social media for 11 minutes — no tweeting, posting or instagramming. Can you do it?

Share this message and join us tomorrow, November 11th, at 11:01am — let’s be #silenttoremember Canada’s Veterans.

Source: beforetheyweregrandparents