Mary Poppins’ Charter of Values

by Bonnie Wurst   While pondering the ‘Charter Affirming The Values Of Secularism And The Religious Neutrality Of The State, As Well As The Equality Of Men And Women, And The Framing Of Accommodation Requests’ of Quebec’ or ‘Bill 60’, the new ...

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Finding meaning in Flanders fields

By: Dan Laxer Another Remembrance Day come and gone, and I’m beginning to think that maybe it’s become a bit of a chore. I know that will raise hackles. Heck, it raises my own. But I can’t help thinking that fewer ...

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The Attraction Theory

By Frank Kermit ND, Relationships   There is an attraction theory that states, “How you do one thing, is representative of how you do all other things.”  Although this particular theory is not ...

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The keys to tax-efficient investing

Tax-efficient investment strategies can enhance your after-tax income and increase the overall rate of return on your portfolio. Year-end is an opportune time to review your portfolio with a financial planner to determine what tax planning strategies are still available ...

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Inflammation

By: Donna Byrne   Inflammation is the new medical buzzword according to Brent Bauer, MD Mayo Clinic. It seems as though everyone is talking about it, especially the fact that inflammation appears to play a role in many chronic diseases. The July ...

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