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How To Make An Offer On A Home

How To Make An Offer On A Home

After endless trips to open houses scouring street after street for the perfect home, finally finding “the one” is nothing short of exhilarating. However, the next order of business can be a bit tricky for home buyers, says Ron Abraham, ...

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7 Simple Ways To Help Your Kids Get Fit

7 Simple Ways To Help Your Kids Get Fit

By Donna de Levante Raphael Pride Parenting Columnist Few gifts are better for your kids than the gift of a long healthy life. Those who find it easiest to stay in shape often have a history of physical fitness. They ...

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Why Does It Hurt To Move My Shoulder?

Why Does It Hurt To Move My Shoulder?

By Dr. Virginia Nsitem Pride Health Columnist Do you experience pain when reaching overhead to grab something off a shelf or when holding your arms up to groom your hair? Do you find it painful to hold your arms up ...

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The Destructive Force Of Fear

By Rupert Johnson Tele-evangelists are not my favourite religious leaders. Over the years they have turned me off completely with their messages of gloom and doom. The main purpose of these negative messages is to instill fear in the hearts ...

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Define Your Eyes: Eye Makeup Tips And Tricks

Define Your Eyes: Eye Makeup Tips And Tricks

By Kathryn M. D’Imperio Guest Writer No matter if blue, brown, hazel or green, eyes have been referred to as windows to the soul, giving those who exchange glances the power to better grasp one’s personality and emotions. Eyes reveal ...

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Must-read Tax Tips For This Year

Must-read Tax Tips For This Year

1. Increase your TFSA contribution in 2013  When the Government of Canada introduced Tax Free Savings Accounts effectively beginning in 2009, it set the contribution limit at $5,000 per year. The plan was designed to allow for increases to the ...

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Thinking Of Buying A Cottage Or Recreational Property?

Thinking Of Buying A Cottage Or Recreational Property?

The idea of owning a cottage or recreational property is a dream for many Ontarians. Not only do recreational properties promise plenty of relaxation, enjoyment and quality time with family and friends, but they can be an appealing investment opportunity ...

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The Etiquette Of Good Table Manners

The Etiquette Of Good Table Manners

By Donna de Levante Raphael Pride Parenting Columnist Anyone who has ever seen A Christmas Story certainly understands the value of teaching your child good table manners. In one of scene of this holiday classic, the mother, in an attempt ...

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Understanding Chronic Pain And Depression

Understanding Chronic Pain And Depression

Submitted by Dr. George Traitses Pain serves an important function in our lives. When you suffer an acute injury, pain warns you to stop the activity that is causing the injury and tells you to take care of the affected ...

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