New Year’s Resolutions

I resolve to leave the new leaves right where they are By: Dan Laxer If you’re reading this, then you’ve likely made it into 2014 relatively unscathed, gingerly negotiating the path of good intentions, punctuating each trepidatious step with “this year I’m ...

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Jean-Talon CPR Station

by Dick Nieuwendyk     Designed by architect Colin Drewitt for Canadian Pacific Railways (C.P.R.), the Jean-Talon station, also known as the Park Avenue Station opened in 1931. It was inaugurated in the presence of Camilien Houde, the mayor of Montreal at the time. ...

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In the hands of Janus

By Sergio Martinez   For the ancient Romans double-faced god Janus represented entrances and exits, beginnings and ends, that’s why January was named after him. In the hands of Janus then people would put their hopes for a better year, while wishing ...

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Who made headlines in 2013?

The year in review   By Alyssa De Rosa   It’s that time of year again. We say goodbye to 2013, whether it be good or bad and welcome 2014 with high hopes and excitement. Every year news stations and newspapers are rattled by ...

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Feeling S.A.D.?

Suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder   By: Pierre Benoit   Many people experience cabin fever during the winter months.  Some may tend to eat more and sleep more when the temperature ...

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Receiving a significant cash inflow

By Robert Catalano   Receiving substantial sum of money; either through an inheritance, lottery, gift, or other means can be a blessing, but making the wrong financial decisions can also result in some unhappy consequences.  Understanding the available options will help you ...

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