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Could Canadian politics stoop to the level of American “nasty?”

Could Canadian politics stoop to the level of American “nasty?”

Our latest column from William Thomas Campaign 2019 has barely begun and already Canadian politics have taken a very vulgar turn. In Mississauga members of the National Citizens Alliance accosted MPP Gurratan Singh with insults about Sharia law and political Islam. Chances are these anti-immigrant, white supremacists wouldn’t know the difference between Sharia and a […]

Expand your living space with a basement makeover

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Expand your living space with a basement makeover

If you’re not using your basement for everyday living, you’re losing out on at least a third of your home’s square footage. Here are some tips to transform it into a space where you want to spend time: Control the airflow. Basements that haven’t been well maintained can have a host of problems that cause […]

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What affects the cost of car insurance?

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What affects the cost of car insurance?

It’s common to review insurance policies with pre-conceived notions of what is and isn’t covered. For example, many of us believe that red cars cost more to insure, but that’s false. When looking through options and researching providers, it’s important to remember that there are a lot of misconceptions about policies and coverage out there. […]

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Gluten-free, low-carb & keto-friendly: one recipe to fit every diet

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Gluten-free, low-carb & keto-friendly: one recipe to fit every diet

The saying “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” rings true here where any brunch spot commands a lineup that spills onto the sidewalk on weekends. In 2018, Canadians consumed eight billion eggs. To put it into perspective, that’s 3.5 eggs for every cup of Timmy’s consumed. Whether you’re on a gluten-free, low-carb […]

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Five tips to beat the flu before it begins

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Five tips to beat the flu before it begins

School’s back in session and that means flu season is right around the corner. Even if you’ve got the perfect flu-free streak going, it’s important to take steps to prevent the flu so that you don’t risk spreading it to someone who can’t afford to get sick. Children, seniors, children, people who are pregnant or […]

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Tips for getting back into a fall routine

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Tips for getting back into a fall routine

Whether or not you have kids who go back to school or back to campus, getting back to a schedule is tough for everyone. Here are some tips to help you get settled into a routine: One-stop-shop: It can be overwhelming if you’re making several different trips to stores for your fresh and grocery, clothing […]

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