love the colors, the "feel" of the painting and the use of space. Your eye is entertained all the way up to the top!                                                                                                                                                     More

Paul Jorgensen was born in Tofino, British Columbia. He studied at The Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr School of Art and Design).

¿A quien no le gustan que le hagan reflexologia en los pies y en las manos? Espero que mi Fernando aprenda... :)

I Like Reflexology

I had the most impactful experience with reflexology, out of all the modalities I learned and experienced on my wellness journey at VSBM. I was a student in the spa therapy course, at  Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage and I fell in LOVE with receiving reflexology.

I Like Reflexology

Reflexology promotes healing by stimulating the nerves in the body and encouraging the flow of blood. In the process, reflexology not only quells the sensation of pain, but relieves the source of the pain as well.

The school board endorsed the use of gender neutral pronouns

The Vancouver School Board has directed teachers to use gender-neutral pronouns for students who do not wish to identify as male or female.

Floating Dining Room Sets Sail on 1,672 Bottle Raft in Vancouver School of Fish Foundation Floating Dining Room – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Floating Dining Room Sets Sail on 1,672 Bottle Raft in Vancouver

Floating Dining Room Sets Sail on Bottle Raft in Vancouver School of Fish Foundation Floating Dining Room – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Emily Carr(1871  1945) was a Canadian artist and writer inspired by theIndigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast. The Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts (est. 1925) was named after Emily Carrin 1978 and moved to Granville Island shortly after. September 2017 it opened at its new east Vancouver campus with a spectacular mountain view and various Indigenous design elements including these two interior doors. The colours used on the exterior of the building are drawn from…

Emily Carr(1871 1945) was a Canadian artist and writer inspired by theIndigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast. The Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts (est. 1925) was named after Emily Carrin 1978 and moved to Granville Island shortly after. September 2017 it opened at its new east Vancouver campus with a spectacular mountain view and various Indigenous design elements including these two interior doors. The colours used on the exterior of the building are drawn from…

OPINION: Parents lose in the Vancouver School Board war :http://polibuzz.com/parents-lose-in-the-vancouver-school-board-war/

The Vancouver School Board and the BC Ministry of Education continue to wage war with one another, while parents of children wait for answers.

Paul Jorgensen was born in Tofino, British Columbia. He studied at The Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr School of Art and Design).

Paul Jorgensen was born in Tofino, British Columbia. He studied at The Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr School of Art and Design).

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