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Usher in spring with this delicious brunch dish

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Usher in spring with this delicious brunch dish

Asparagus is a culinary superstar of spring. Here’s an easy and delicious way to enjoy it — as a breakfast, lunch or light supper — from the staff at Harrowsmith magazine. Asparagus and Goat Cheese Frittata Prep time: 15-20 minutes Cook time: 25 minutes Serves: 6 Ingredients: 7 stalks asparagus 1 tsp (5 mL) grapeseed, olive or […]

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It’s natural so it’s safe, right?

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It’s natural so it’s safe, right?

We’ve all seen claims like “100 per cent natural” or “all-natural ingredients” splashed across a variety of products. Sometimes the word “green” or “organic” may be added as well. But are “green” or “natural” products actually safer to use? Just because a product is natural, green or organic doesn’t mean it doesn’t have risks. They […]

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Have we forgotten how to eat together?

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Have we forgotten how to eat together?

Kids eat together on the playground, and college students dine in shared dorm rooms, but as we get older and take on day jobs, are we still eating together? Apparently, not so much. A recent national survey commissioned by President’s Choice found that although Canadians spend significantly less time eating meals with friends and family […]

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How millennials can get ahead in a tough economy

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How millennials can get ahead in a tough economy

As a parent, you want your adult son or daughter to find a great job in their field and be successful. But it can be challenging to stand out in today’s competitive job market. Fortunately, there are some things young adults can do to distinguish themselves. For example, many of the soft skills and experiences […]

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How to declutter your child’s bedroom

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How to declutter your child’s bedroom

Organizing and purging things is currently all the rage, motivating many households to take a minimalist approach and get rid of old items that no longer serve them. While the kitchen and hallway closet are typically the first targets, chances are your kids’ bedrooms are likely filled with things they no longer need. When embarking […]

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Graduated but can’t find a job? Three things that can help

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Graduated but can’t find a job? Three things that can help

Landing that first full-time job in your field can be tough and may take longer than we’d like. But you don’t need to sit around waiting – there are plenty of ways to boost your resume while gaining valuable life experience. Here are some ideas: Try a working holiday. Many of us can’t afford to take […]

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