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Six warning signs of caregiver burnout

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Six warning signs of caregiver burnout

With a growing population that is aging, more and more of us are becoming caregivers. But this responsibility is having negative consequences for many of those who provide this unpaid and often unrecognized support. According to the Canadian Carers Pulse Survey, 69 per cent of respondents reveal caregiving has taken a toll on their emotional […]

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Why you need to get your teens in the kitchen

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Why you need to get your teens in the kitchen

Prepping and cooking meals with your teen will teach them some of the essential life skills they will need to be independent. From making simple soups to cooking eggs, pasta and vegetables, spending time in the kitchen preparing meals also encourage them to try new foods and recipes. Not to mention it will help foster […]

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Plan a multigenerational trip everyone will love

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Plan a multigenerational trip everyone will love

When it comes to vacation planning, it’s relatively easy to pick a romantic retreat or a fun destination for the kids. But where do you go when everyone’s along for the ride? With so many divergent interests and different tastes, creating a trip that pleases everyone — from grandparents and couples to mercurial teens and […]

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Buying a home? Check out these three top tips

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Buying a home? Check out these three top tips

If you’re looking to enter the real estate market in 2020, start by understanding your rights and responsibilities as a buyer. Catherine Jackson, director of external relations at the Real Estate Council of Ontario, says this is the best way to begin what can be an exciting, but stressful and confusing process. “Each year, we […]

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Your employees’ financial stress may adversely affect your company’s performance

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Your employees’ financial stress may adversely affect your company’s performance

Money worries are the first source of stress for Canadians. It’s their main concern, before health, work and family obligations. According to a Canadian Payroll Association’s employee survey, almost half of working Canadians admit that stress related to personal finances has an impact on their performance at work. There are many sources of financial stress, […]

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Does your chequing account still meet your needs?

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Does your chequing account still meet your needs?

For many of us, the beginning of the year is an opportunity to start off on the right foot. One way to do this is by making sure your finances are on track. A good place to start is evaluating your chequing account. What features are right for you? How many transactions do you make […]

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