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  • Why running for women’s mental health matters now more than ever
    Why running for women’s mental health matters now more than ever

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on our mental health, but men and women have not been affected equally. Women are twice as likely to develop depression and anxiety disorders than men, and new research since the onset of the pandemic has shown Canadian women’s mental health has been more negatively impacted than men’s.

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  • 4 easy tips to make working from home so much better
    4 easy tips to make working from home so much better

    After a year of working from home for many of us, it’s only natural to be hitting a rut. No matter how great your at-home work setup is, you might need a refresh. Here are few tips to make working from home so much better.

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  • Burger lovers unite this Father’s Day
    Burger lovers unite this Father’s Day

    What makes a burger the ultimate grill champion and a dish that all food lovers can get behind? Whether you’re a beef eater, prefer chicken or are living your best veggie life, there’s a burger for everyone.

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  • What to do with your kitchen scraps
    What to do with your kitchen scraps

    Many of us are trying to live a more sustainable life. Reducing waste and reusing what we have are cornerstones of helping to create a healthier planet.

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  • Bright bold and refreshing summer salad with unexpected ingredients
    Bright bold and refreshing summer salad with unexpected ingredients

    Trade in your “meh” greens for avocado, fennel and orange in this salad with a crunchy and zingy dressing that guarantees excitement to counter palate fatigue.

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  • Preparing for your COVID-19 vaccine appointment
    Preparing for your COVID-19 vaccine appointment

    Feeling nervous about your COVID-19 vaccine appointment? It’s more common than you think and nothing to be embarrassed about. But don’t let that stop you from getting your shot when it’s available to you.

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  • Grow local this season
    Grow local this season

    Whether it’s a small container garden on your condo balcony, a produce aisle of your very own in your backyard or a tropical paradise around the pool, there is truly a garden for everyone.

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  • How to tell between a real CRA call and a scam
    How to tell between a real CRA call and a scam

    Many of us have heard of scammers pretending to be from the Canada Revenue Agency. You may have even received a call or email yourself. But how do you know what you can trust?

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  • 3 smart things to do with your tax refund
    3 smart things to do with your tax refund

    Tax season is here, and many of us will be getting some money back. Perhaps one of the most important findings from new Financial Consumer Agency of Canada research is that by doing small things today, you can significantly improve your long-term financial situation.

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  • Dips from around the world
    Dips from around the world

    Finger foods are universally loved by kids and adults alike for their no-fuss, no-muss nature, but they could not exist without their trusty companion: the dip. Get the full scoop on some of the world's most delicious cuisines by exploring their local flavours through dips.

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  • Household savings skyrocket during pandemic how yours can too
    Household savings skyrocket during pandemic how yours can too

    Many of us have read the news reports that some families are saving more than ever during COVID-19. But lockdown has also triggered its own set of financial pressures (hello, online shopping therapy) and it can be easy to lose track of spending when we’re stressed. So how do the “savers” do it?

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  • 6 steps to make mealtime less exhausting
    6 steps to make mealtime less exhausting

    Making a healthy dinner every night can be tiring and tedious, and living with arthritis and other illnesses can make it much worse._x000D_ _x000D_ Here are six tips from the Arthritis Society to make mealtime easier.

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  • Is it better to invest in a TFSA or an RRSP
    Is it better to invest in a TFSA or an RRSP

    We all want to save money on our taxes. And making contributions to government savings plans can help. Choosing between the two can be a tough decision, and while both will help you save, the best option is going to depend on your financial situation and goals.

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  • How your taxes could be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
    How your taxes could be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

    This year’s tax season is unique and could also be very confusing, especially with several measures introduced by the government to assist those who had to stop working or have been laid off._x000D_ To help you prepare your taxes, here are some insights

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  • Grocery hacks 4 sustainable swaps for your weekly grocery shopping
    Grocery hacks 4 sustainable swaps for your weekly grocery shopping

    Limiting climate change is a global effort that requires many actions, large and small. Making sustainable food choices when shopping, cooking and eating is more important than ever, and more and more Canadians are looking for sustainable food choices.

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