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Host an all-girls Valentine bash

(NC) — Single girls are never shy with the idea of letting their hair down, so when Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday, like this year, it spells nothing but party time to celebrate one another. Invite your single gal-pals — plus any girlfriends who need a night out — to your place, and expect these ladies to bring a …

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Celebrating Canadian Tech women on International Women’s Day

To celebrate International Women’s Day this year, here are three Canadian women to be highlighted who are working to open doors for the next generation by creating more diversity in the field of technology- Amira Dhalla, Amber Mac and Ashley Jane Lewis. Amira Dhalla, community and campaign manager at Mozilla, has spent a considerable amount of time teaching girls and …

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Personal Finance: How to beer-proof your budget

(NC) – It may be that time of year for green beer and cheer, but beware, money and alcohol don’t mix. That online shopping spree with a glass of wine or suds in hand may have seemed like a great idea at the time, but now, along with the credit card statement, often comes buyer’s remorse. Mixing shopping and alcohol …

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Walmart recognizes Cascades with Canada Vendor Sustainability Award

Cascades, a leader in the recovery and the production of green packaging and tissue products, is proud to announce that it has received Walmart Canada’s Vendor Sustainability Award, which recognizes a company’s sustainability program and efforts in helping Walmart achieve its sustainability goals. Cascades was chosen among more than 100 other suppliers for this recognition. “We had many fabulous award …

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Interline Agreement: Delta Airlines and Seaborne Airlines

Seaborne Airlines declared today that an interline agreement which would facilitate connections at Luis Munoz Marin Airport in San Juan, PR.(SJU) with Delta Air Lines flights at SJU, has been launched. With the agreement, baggage can be checked either at Delta or Seaborne and thus can be transferred without having to be rechecked. Additionally, Seaborne Airlines tickets will be sold …

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Science education standards over climate change

A number of states have worked with organizations over the past several years, including the National Research Council, National Science Teachers Association, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science to develop new standards for science curriculum in public schools. The result, termed the Next Generation Science Standards, provides states with a chance to update their science education goals …

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Canada: Canadians power down for Earth Hour

Canadians across the country participated in the 8th annual Earth Hour event by switching off their lights on Saturday for an hour as part symbolic stand against climate change globally. Organisations such as Toronto’s CN Tower and government-owned utility NB Power also participated in the event. So much was the effect that Toronto Hydro tweeted of a power usage drop …

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How to encourage your child to read more

Reading books is one of the most important things that anyone can do whatever their age. Encouraging your child to read more is one of the best things you’ll ever do for them. Books can take you anywhere, whether it is action adventures on another planet, historical tales, comedies or mysterious tales of witches and wizards. What do you do …

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Top Tips for Sticking to Your Diet

Dieting is hard. There’s a reason that there are thousands of products out there all claiming to help you realise your dieting goals, and there’s a reason why millions of people purchase them. At the end of the day, products may help, but they won’t undo the damage of unhealthy choices, and they are not a substitute for willpower. With …

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