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Turn your retirement savings into a guaranteed pension

posted Monday, April 28, 2014

by: in Retirement

The RRSP deadline is just around the corner and many Canadians are thinking about putting money into their RRSPs and this is a good thing, because like it or not, all of us will, at some point in the future, retire (as in stop working) and will need income that will hopefully last until we […]

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4 Points You Must Know Before You Choose A Mover

posted Monday, April 28, 2014

by: in Moving & Storage

Since the deregulation of the moving industry the marketplace has been flooded with rogue movers. Anyone can become a mover and the only way to protect your cherished belongings is to qualify the mover prior to buying their service. Make sure they are legitimate by confirming the following: 1) Workers Safety Insurance Coverage Does your […]

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Surrogacy, The Clever Way

posted Monday, April 28, 2014

by: in Legal Services

Despite what you might have heard from co-workers, aunts and taxi drivers, surrogacy is NOT illegal in Canada. In contrast to some of the more progressive jurisdictions, in Ontario you cannot pay someone to conceive and/or carry a child for you, but you can reimburse that person for her out of pocket expenses. As long […]

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Savvy Couple’s Guide to Marriage Contracts

posted Monday, April 28, 2014

by: in Legal Services

Life is filled with surprises, but your financial future should not be one of them. Marriage contracts exist to limit your financial exposure in the event that your marriage does not work out. Full financial disclosure is crucial in negotiating a marriage contract, as this requirement of financial transparency is designed to bring forward any […]

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Top 5 Reasons To Have Laser Vision Correction

posted Monday, April 28, 2014

by: in Laser Vision Correction

Thousands of Canadians are turning to laser eye surgery to correct their vision and eliminate their dependency on glasses or contact lenses. The freedom to live an active lifestyle without fear of losing or having your glasses fall off has become more important than ever! During laser eye surgery, a surgeon uses a laser device […]

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Seven Benefits of Using Porcelain Tile in your Home

posted Monday, April 28, 2014

by: in Home Improvement

1. Increase the value of your home By installing a good quality, high end procelain tile throughout your home you will be able to get a higher price for your home and sell it faster. 2. Create a variety of looks Todays tiles can give you many different looks from classic to contemporary and every […]

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Why Shop Local and Handmade

posted Monday, April 28, 2014

by: in Gifts & Giftware

The economy remains depressed, and the media frenzy warning that the worst is yet to come continues. But the financial worries of consumers are making them more discriminating in their shopping habits, which might just be good news for local artists and artisans. Instead of buying generic goods, mass produced continents away under who knows […]

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The Pillars of Wellness

posted Monday, April 28, 2014

by: in Health and Wellness

“You are today where your thoughts have brought you and you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.” – James Allen The first step to living a life of wellness is to be clear in our thoughts. What you think about will determine what results you will have. Take full responsibility for your thought […]

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When Stress Becomes Stressful

posted Monday, April 28, 2014

by: in Health and Wellness

Stress has become a household word if not a “symptom” everyone seems to suffer from. We all talk about the stress we have in life with our friends and family members almost on a daily basis. There are healthy stressors that include appropriate physical exercise, good eating habits, positive thinking, adequate rest and a natural […]

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Best of the Season

posted Monday, April 28, 2014

by: in Health and Wellness

If you’ve visited any farmer’s markets or the produce aisles at a supermarket this Fall, you have likely seen the delicious bounty of beautiful, colourful vegetables available from local farmers. As the cold weather sets in, it’s time for some down-home comfort food that provides nutrient-dense, low-calorie goodness. Carrots are famous for their beta-carotene content […]

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