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Staying motivated

From innovative meal plans to fitness fun for the whole family that you can do indoors, DIY Lifestyle expert Taylor Kaye has tips to...

Long term care guide

Finding the right long term care isn't easy. But we have help! Karen Cumming has put together a road map after her own journey...

Healthy meal ideas

We are nearing the end of January and registered dietitian Abbey Sharp was here with healthy meal ideas to keep you on track with...

Medical condition and insurance

Did you know that discussing health issues with your doctor can be used against you and can lead to insurance denials? Disability and injury...

Healthy trends

With every new year comes new trends. Michelle W. Book, the in-house holistic nutritionist and spokesperson for the Canadian Health Food Association told us...

Eco Buzzwords

Do you know the difference between compostable and biodegradable? Those are just a couple of the eco buzzwords we hear a lot of. Sustainable...

Creating a balanced diet

Forget about unattainable New Year's resolutions. Meal planner and expert chef, Corby-Sue from HelloFresh gave us a few easy steps to creating a balanced...

Masquerade for mental health

Unmasking mental health is the goal of Masquerade, which is coming up in Ancaster a week from Saturday. And what's a gala without excellent...

Ontario sets official end date of July 1 for red-and-white health...

It’s officially time to say goodbye to the old, red-and-white health card. Ontario has finally set an end date of July 1, 2020, for when...

Justin Bieber reveals battle with Lyme disease and chronic mononucleosis

Justin Bieber has revealed that he has been diagnosed with Lyme disease. In a post on his Instagram account, the 25-year-old singer says that while...

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Elementary teachers plan a one-day province wide strike on Feb. 6

Ontario's public elementary teachers are planning a province wide one-day strike for February 6 and will also be ramping up rotating strikes. They say if...

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