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Eat. Race. Love. The legend of “The Zipster” lives on

Eat. Race. Love. The legend of “The Zipster” lives on

Our latest column from William Thomas Every time I get a Zippy Chippy Alert on the screen of my computer I’m convinced the poor old bugger has passed away. But no, he lives on at the precarious age of 28 not knowing that few horses ever make it to 30. Zippy is still feisty, happy […]

Families that play together, stay together: A guide to family-friendly gaming

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Families that play together, stay together: A guide to family-friendly gaming

We’re now busier than ever, which means finding quality time to spend together can be a challenge. But one of the best ways that parents can spend more time with their kids is by doing the things they love. That’s why family gaming nights can be an ideal way to stay connected. “We know that […]

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How to get your kids to disconnect on a family vacay

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How to get your kids to disconnect on a family vacay

Going on a holiday with the family is about spending time together, not time on the phone or tablet. To help your kids enjoy the moment, try these tips: Get a real camera. Everyone wants to take photos of their memories, but you can stay away from the smartphone by going old-school. Older kids will […]

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Designing an outdoor kitchen for backyard entertaining

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Designing an outdoor kitchen for backyard entertaining

Want to extend your living space and make the most of warmer weather? An outdoor kitchen is a great way to enjoy your backyard or patio with friends and family and cooking up delicious meals. Here are some simple tips for a functional and attractive outdoor entertaining space: Plan your party. Celebrate your upgraded outdoor space […]

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Going off to University? Student life survival tips

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Going off to University? Student life survival tips

As a college or university student, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed, especially if you’re away from home. It might be your first year of post-secondary and you’re moving to a new city – or country – and are planning to live on campus. Or you’re a grad student renting an apartment with someone you may […]

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How to increase your financial resiliency

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How to increase your financial resiliency

When it comes to your personal finances, it’s important to be prepared for the unexpected. Whether it’s an overall downturn as Canada faces an uncertain economic forecast or a difficult personal situation such as job loss, illness, injury or a major home or automobile expense, experts agree that resilience is the key. There are many […]

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