Tips to keep your brain healthy

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Story adapted from The Vancouver Sun by Patty Bossort

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You can keep your brain healthy.

Five simple ways to keep your brain healthy:

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Brother and sister cook up sauce

PHOTO - MARK VAN MANEN / VANCOUVER SUN Skylar and Chloe Sinow make pasta sauce.

PHOTO – MARK VAN MANEN / VANCOUVER SUN
Skylar and Chloe Sinow make pasta sauce.

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Story adapted from The Vancouver Sun by Patty Bossort

Skylar and Chloe Sinow run their own business.

They make and sell pasta sauces.

They wrote a cookbook.

Their business is called Kids Can Cook Gourmet.

The sauces

They make three kinds of sauces.

One hundred and thirty stores in Alberta and B.C. sell their sauces.

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Wildlife returning to the city

PHOTO: ARLEN REDEKOP / VANCOUVER SUN A new beaver pond was built at Hinge Park in Vancouver.

PHOTO: ARLEN REDEKOP / VANCOUVER SUN
A new beaver pond was built at Hinge Park in Vancouver.

Story adapted from The Vancouver Sun by Patty Bossort

LEVEL 2

Black-tailed deer left Vancouver 30 years ago. Elk disappeared from the False Creek area a century ago. The last cougar in Vancouver was shot in Stanley Park in 1911.

People in Vancouver did not want large wild animals to live in town.

Parts of Vancouver are close to natural areas

Parts of Vancouver still have some large wildlife. They are close to natural areas.

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