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Make healthier eating your goal this year

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Make healthier eating your goal this year

A new year is a time for re-evaluating our health and habits. If your goal is to lead a healthier lifestyle, one great place to start is the food we eat. A key strategy for maintaining a healthy body weight is better understanding the two types of hunger that drive us to eat. The first […]

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Happy New Year

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year to our readers and their families. May the coming year bring you all happiness and peace.

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South Niagara family New Year’s celebrations

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South Niagara family New Year’s celebrations

Looking for a family celebration for New Years Eve, Port Colborne, Welland and St. Catharines are all holding events this year. Port Colborne’s New Year’s Eve Family Celebration takes place from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m at the Vale Health and Wellness Centre. There’s plenty of free activities, swimming, skating, children’s games and fireworks (weather […]

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Mental health resolutions for the new year

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Mental health resolutions for the new year

New Year’s is a great time to take stock. It may be an arbitrary time to do so, but why not use the turning of the calendar as inspiration to reflect and see what’s working in your life and what could use some change. There’s a lot to consider: career, family, relationships, health. One thing […]

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Brock’s Chancellor Cheechoo named to Order of Canada

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Brock’s Chancellor Cheechoo named to Order of Canada

Brock University press release – Brock University Chancellor Shirley Cheechoo, an award-winning actress, artist, playwright and filmmaker, has been awarded the Order of Canada. The announcement came on Boxing Day from Governor-General Julie Payette, who included the Indigenous academic leader among 103 Canadians being appointed to the Order. One of the country’s highest honours, the […]

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In search of northern lights

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In search of northern lights

Looking for an activity to brighten up the dark winter months? Why not seek out the northern lights? January through March are the most popular months to hunt the aurora borealis, because the long dark nights make it easier to see than in the summer. Use this primer from Harrowsmithmagazine as your guide and enjoy the […]

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