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In My Books: The Remains of the Day

The Remains of the Day is a Canadian published fictitious tale written by award-winning author Kazuo Ishiguro. The story of The Remains of...

Be the Change: Creating Inclusive Environments

Part of my job is to speak with recreation facilities to ask if they can accept a child into their program. This child...

Common Signs of Stress

In tough times we can be more vulnerable to stress, worry, anxiety and depression. It’s important to take care of ourselves. Tough times...

Protecting Yourself from Allergies

Seasonal allergies occur at the same time of the year, every year. Exposure to pollen and snow mold, a type of fungus on...

The Best Chapter: Ties to the Past

When I was five years old, I spent one day at a one-room school near the farm where I grew up. Coal Creek...

Emotionally Unavailable Partners

by Nancy Bergeron, Registered Provisional Psychologist If you’ve ever been in a relationship with someone who's emotionally unavailable, you know the pain of not...

10 Tips for Saving for your Down Payment

by Renee Huse Are you DYING to save for that down payment for your first home? Do you feel like it’s time to step...

About Wine: Bodegas Verum

2017 Bodegas Verum (BV), Malvasia (bodegasverum.com) About the Region: One hundred km southeast of Madrid, Spain, BV sits at 660 metres above sea level...

A Summary of “Assessing the Impact of Aircraft Noise in the Vicinity of Major...

This report, tabled by the TRAN Committee in Parliament on March 19th, 2019, takes a strong stance in support of communities affected by...

The Power of Positive Self-Talk for Young Athletes and Dancers

There is one rule of thumb that we like to follow when we are encouraging young dancers—treat yourself as you would your best...

The Best Chapter: Precious Distractions

When my children were very young, I had an uneasy relationship with time. My days dragged but the baby years passed with breathtaking...

In My Books: How Will You Be Remembered? The Definitive Guide to Creating and...

Reviewed by Karen Rigby, Foreword/Clarion Reviews This book brings the lofty idea of legacies and their stories down to earth, showing that even seemingly...