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The perfect grilled crostini appetizer

The perfect grilled crostini appetizer

When you’ve got your grill ready to go but need a quick appetizer to feed your guests, throw on this tasty garlic herb shrimp to make them some delicious crostini. “These grilled crostini are ideal for backyard summer hangouts. You can prep the tomatoes and grill the baguette ahead of time, then toss the shrimp […]

Online peer community Big White Wall supports mental health

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Online peer community Big White Wall supports mental health

Jane was keenly aware of not wanting to overburden her inner circle with talk of the life struggles she was experiencing. When she found out about Big White Wall (BWW), a new online mental health service free to Ontarians, it was a welcome solution. “On Big White Wall, I was able to connect with people […]

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How to make a smart fire safety plan

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How to make a smart fire safety plan

If your smoke alarms suddenly go off in the middle of the night, do you know what to do? Fire experts predict you only have a few minutes to get out safely in an emergency. But it seems many Canadian families are not prepared for such a situation. A recent survey revealed that just 56 […]

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If it weren’t for bad luck, this guy would have none at all

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If it weren’t for bad luck, this guy would have none at all

Our latest column from William Thomas Lost: ten-year-old Endicott Beagle. Deaf, blind in one eye, missing front right paw. Comes when called to the name of ‘Lucky.’ (Yeah, but not right away, eh?) Dylan McWilliams is a lucky guy. Or to quote the 20-year-old outdoors man from Grand Junction, Colorado: “I don’t seem to have […]

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Seven Canadian travel experiences to try this summer

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Seven Canadian travel experiences to try this summer

Looking to stay more local for your next getaway? Whether you’re an outdoor explorer or big-city cultural maven, there are plenty of exciting destinations across the country to choose from. With input from Robin Esrock, an internationally recognized bucket list expert, the InterContinental Hotels Group’s Great Canadian Bucket List offers 25 experiences to inspire exploring […]

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Summer home maintenance tips

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Summer home maintenance tips

Our summers are short in Canada, so we all want to enjoy the season as much as we can for as long as we can. It’s exciting inviting people over, bringing out the grill, playing some music and watching the people you care about enjoy your home with you. For a lot of new homeowners, […]

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