Holiday Cheer Across Canada
Enjoy this winter with some festive activities in your area. Here are just a few of the events happening in Canada.
British Columbia: Enjoy a sleigh ride through the mystical alpine forest to Santa’s workshop and skate on the 8,000 sq ft mountaintop Ice Skating Pond during Peak of Christmas on Grouse Mountain.
Alberta: Groves Christmas Lights in Lethbridge Alberta ...
Posted by Adrian King
on December 5, 2014
As a follow up to previous blogs on the subject - the project has been set back, even though we can see them slowly upgrading the tracks still.
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Posted by Adrian King
on December 2, 2014
Sheesh! Everyone's a Critic! But if you collect Air Miles you can win 21,000 Air Miles by being one!
We Canadians share many similarities across this great land. We're kind, considerate, and heaven knows we're polite. However, according to some polling that Century 21 Canada has been conducting, we have some interesting regional differences in the way we prioritize features ...
Posted by Dee Girdler
on October 21, 2014
A Thanksgiving Tradition in Pumpkin Pie
As the cooler weather sets in and the days get shorter, we look to turning our clocks back and preparing for the annual Thanksgiving feast and gathering with family and friends. A tradition shared by most and enjoyed by all.
There are many traditions shared by families. My family always seemed to centre around the abundance ...
Posted by Lorna Ray
on October 8, 2014
When October hits, the Halloween frenzy starts. And while the little ones are fighting over which 10-foot inflatable goblin they want anchored to the lawn, you're out there looking for all the other ways to be festive at home. It's easier than ever with options that continue to grow, but more options can also mean more money. The National Retail Federation's (NRF) just-released study shows that "Halloween ...
Posted by Mike O'Grady
on October 4, 2014
Posted by Miranda Cooper
on October 1, 2014
Here is a great website to access if you are new to the City of Kawartha Lakes;
Even though the summer is coming to an end there is still plenty of things going on in this beautiful community and no matter what your hobbies and interests are there is something for everyone. You could always check out some great Jr A Hockey action from the local Lindsay ...
Posted by Justin Woolacott
on September 30, 2014
More Canadians than ever are working from home. With school starting up and fall bringing everyone indoors, here are three work stations ideas to make the best use of your space:
A hide-away workspace
Don't have a separate nook for a desk? There are a variety of storable desk options out there from laptop and standing tray tables, to fold-out surfaces that attach ...
Posted by Trish Todd
on September 11, 2014
Blending style with practicality, Estelle Gee, director of Orderly Lives, has made a career out of helping others get organized. Here she shares some of her best home organizing tips and tricks to help you get your house ready for fall.
Simple home organizing solutions
Fall is the second busiest season and one of the most common problems standing between you and an organized home is the ability ...
Posted by Crystal Edwards
on September 5, 2014
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Posted by Kyle Asselin
on September 3, 2014