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Posted in You | October 2016

Staying social online

It used to be that the likelihood of running into an old high school friend 30 years after graduation was pretty small. Times have certainly changed! Thanks to the advent of the Internet and the proliferation of social...

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Posted in Family and Friends | October 2016

Finding light in the dark

Losing power during a storm is never convenient, but as long as you have an emergency kit filled with essential items your family needs for at least 3-7 days (the standard maximum time you can expect to be without...

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Posted in You | October 2016

You’ve been boo’d!

When it comes to Halloween, obviously the big night is October 31. But you can start celebrating early – and spread a little mystery and cheer in your neighborhood while you’re at it – by putting together “boo kits”...

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Posted in Food and Recipes | October 2016

Easier Eats

Work responsibilities, appointments, after school activities, and conflicting schedules can sometimes make weekday mealtimes a challenge. It can be hard to find time to sit down together as a family to eat, let alone...

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Posted in Senior Wellness | October 2016

Seniors, it’s your day!

On December 14, 1990 the United Nations General Assembly voted to establish October 1 as the International Day of Older Persons. Designed to raise awareness about issues affecting the elderly such as elder abuse and...

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Posted in Your Money | October 2016

Get your financial house in order

Next to looking after their physical needs and well being, the most important thing you can do to protect your family is to make sure you are financially sound – and that takes planning. Luckily the entire month of...

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Posted in Family and Friends | October 2016

Happy Friendsgiving

Thanksgiving is a time to gather with people you love, share a meal, and count the blessings you’ve enjoy throughout the course of the year. We tend to think of this day of thanks as one to share with family, but there...

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Posted in Healthy Living | October 2016

Early detection may save your life

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Canadian women (excluding non-melanoma skin cancers), and is the second leading cause of death in women.1 In 2015 it was estimated that 25,000 women would be diagnosed with...

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Posted in Family and Friends | October 2016

Lunch is on me!

Remember all those peanut butter and jelly sandwiches your mom made for you, or the burgers and dogs your dad grilled in the backyard on those long-ago summer nights? Remember the carefully packed lunches complete with...

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