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How are windshields made?

How are windshields made?

Do you ever wonder how windshields are made? They protect us from the elements as we drive. They help us to get from point A to point B without say, getting insects or debris all over us. But the actual process of how they are made is fascinating and has evolved almost as much as the cars in which they [...]

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Stress-free Airport Security Travel Tips for Seniors

Stress-free Airport Security Travel Tips for Seniors

For many seniors, the arrival of winter means a departure for warmer climates or visits to see family. The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) offers some helpful to help you breeze through security at the airport as you start on your trip to the sun. Keep the 100 mL restrictions in [...]

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Risk of a fentanyl overdose rising in Ontario

Risk of a fentanyl overdose rising in Ontario

The opioid crisis is affecting people of all ages, right across the province. Opioid overdoses and deaths have been steadily rising over the last 10 years. In 2016 alone, more than 850 Ontarians died from opioid-related causes. Adding to the concern is a large increase in the presence of synthetic [...]

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How to save for retirement while eliminating debt

How to save for retirement while eliminating debt

With recent statistics showing that Canadians are carrying more debt than ever before, many of us face a tough choice — pay down debt now or save for retirement? But according to personal finance experts, it's possible to have the best of both worlds. “Taking a proactive approach to [...]

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Top 5 ways to turn your bathroom into a spa-like retreat

Top 5 ways to turn your bathroom into a spa-like retreat

Today's busy lifestyles leave many of us craving a quick recharge. And there's no place like home to relax and unwind, so why not create a spa-like sanctuary where you can do just that? Here are some top tips on how to make it amazing. Start with what's behind the walls. There's nothing [...]

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Top 10 ways to revive your dated house

Top 10 ways to revive your dated house

Our homes are where memories are made, our retreat from the world. However, daily living, growing families, and time can leave your home looking less than its best. Fortunately, there's plenty you can do to breathe new life into a well-loved space. These top DIY projects will ensure your home looks [...]

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Study reveals Canadian parents would give up social media, chocolate or wine for their kids to eat healthier

Study reveals Canadian parents would give up social media, chocolate or wine for their kids to eat healthier

Catelli recently commissioned a survey to delve further into real parenting moments, uncovering revealing truths about today’s modern family, and the daily challenges Canadian parents face, many of which involve mealtime. According to the survey1, due to mounting pressures surrounding their children’s [...]

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Skill mismatches and over-qualification block job opportunities for Canadians

Skill mismatches and over-qualification block job opportunities for Canadians

By Nobina Robinson Recently Statistics Canada released their comprehensive reports on education, covering a wide range of topics, including overall education attainment and the skills mismatches and earnings potential of bachelor’s degree graduates in Canada. There was good news and bad [...]

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Do taxi drivers lack access to essential medicines because our MPs have it?

Do taxi drivers lack access to essential medicines because our MPs have it?

By Nav Persaud The MPs mulling options for publicly funding medications this week will likely take their sweet time. There is no rush for them because they already have the type of publicly funded access to medications that is being contemplated for other Canadians. While approximately three [...]

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Facebook’s News Feed Gets Personal

Facebook’s News Feed Gets Personal

Facebook hasn’t actually always had a News Feed. For a lot of people it may be hard to remember this simpler time, but when the social media platform was first getting started in 2006 the focus was on wall-to-wall exchanges between friends. There was no way to track events, follow news, or see [...]

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