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ReNue, Leader in Medical Aesthetics

ReNue is the leader in medical aesthetics. Many people ask me what medical aesthetics means… The truth is the ability to impact how...

Let’s “Slow Date” this Valentine’s

We live in a fast world. Almost everything happens at lightning speed these days. When we want a quick bite, we don’t have to wait in line. We pick up our phone, order our...

Finding a Trustworthy Financial Planner

With the RRSP tax deadline approaching on March 1, organizing your finances is essential. Since the Canadian government doesn’t regulate financial planners, finding a trustworthy financial planner can be more challenging. Between student loans,...

The Best Chapter: Filling the Retirement Void

Do you have time that you can truly call your own, with few appointments, minimal family obligations and no work commitments? I bet you are retired. Our landline just rang and, as always, I ran...

About that New Year’s Resolution…

Statistically speaking, our resolve is already flagging in implementing our New Year’s resolutions. According to one online survey, 71% of us are looking to eat healthier and exercise more in 2019. The same survey...

About Wine: Celler de Capçanes, Peraj Petita

About Wine features wines not typically on one’s shopping radar. Unique wines with a story - of people, place or style. It tells of artisans making reasonably priced wines while demonstrating careful Earth consideration. 2017,...

February Nitanisak District Guiding

Here’s some of what we were up to this fall. The 233rd Rangers started things off with a bridging activity with the 85th Brownies and taught them about safe cookie selling techniques....

Go to Bat for Little Brown Bats!

The Little Brown Bat (myotis lucifugus) is the most common bat species in Alberta. While some little brown bats migrate to the Eastern US, many stay in Alberta and hibernate in...

February at Brentwood Elementary School

Written by Alanna N., Brentwood School Council Co-Chair At the end of 2018, we had two spirit days where our students were given the option to wear pyjamas or red, white and...

Bird Sanctuary Reconnection Project Info Session

The Inglewood Bird Sanctuary has been one of The City’s most ecologically important parks for nearly 90 years. However, its age has resulted in some important work becoming necessary. Some of...

February Update from Queen Elizabeth High School

The second half of the 2018-2019 school year has begun! February is a busy month. Please check the school website and school calendar for more information. The Cinderella Project was created to...

My Agent Doesn’t Believe in Open Houses. Can They Refuse to Perform Services I Ask of Them?

I’m selling my house and I’d like to have a few open houses, but my agent says they don’t believe in open houses. Can my agent refuse to perform services I ask of them? The...

Is Rent-to-Own Worth Considering?

I’d like to buy a home; I can afford monthly payments, but I’m working on my credit. I saw an ad for a rent-to-own. Is that something I should consider? The short answer is maybe....

The House was Owned Only for a Year; Should I Be Suspicious It’s on the Market?

I know the seller has only owned the home for a year, and I’d like to know why they’re selling already. I’m worried that there’s something wrong with the house. Can I find out...

My offer has a deadline, but the representative won’t show the seller. Is this allowed?

I’m in a time crunch and need to buy a property fast. I made an offer with a very short expiry date, but the seller’s representative refuses to present it to the seller, saying...