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Target Liquidation Sales Could Begin This Week

Target Liquidation Sales Could Begin This Week

First, there was shock.  Then came a little light at the end of the tunnel – before being drowned out by further outrage.  And now we arrive at the final stages of the Target Canada saga: liquidation. A silver lining, if...
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Start Perfecting Your Pitch: Dragons’ Den Auditions Begin February 7th

Think you have what it takes to kill it on the 10th season of Dragons’ Den? If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur with a love of the spotlight (and a need for investor dollars), you can now tryout to appear on the show with cross-country auditions coming to your city soon
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Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day… And Canadians Are Finally Starting to Speak

Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day. At front and centre of the growing initiative to raise awareness about mental health is Olympic medalist Clara Hughes. This year, she’s creating more dialogue than ever with a film that documents her epic 110-day bike journey across the country to help end the stigma of mental illness
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Canada’s Got Talent: These Are the 2015 Juno Nominees

The 2015 Juno Awards will take over Hamilton (and Canada) in a big way from March 9th-March 15th. And today, the nominees were announced – including favourites like Lights, Drake, Magic!, and Deadmau5 – so keep reading if you want to know who’s making a lot of noise in Canada right now
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How to Not Drive Like an A**hole This Winter

Being an a**hole driver in the winter is kind of like being insane; many people suffer from the affliction, and most that do aren’t aware of their own condition. So just to be on the safe side, here are some seasonal rules of the road you can follow so that we don’t have to hate you
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Canadian Singles Made Some Terrifying Resolutions for 2015

Ranging from the personal to the professional, millions of people are celebrating the start of 2015 by promising upgrades in their outlooks and behaviors in order to live a more fulfilling life. But after reading some resolution survey results from online dating site Match.com, we have to admit we’re a bit worried
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This is How Much You Need to Make a Year to Afford a House in Canada’s Cities

Knowing the average price of a house in your city is one thing. But when you factor in things like the purchase price, down payment, rate, utilities and taxes, do you have any idea of how much you need to earn annually to afford your new place? Depending on where you live, you might be surprised at the answer
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The Best Online Boxing Day Deals in Canada

Boxing Day shopping is even better when you can do it in your sweats on your couch while eating Christmas leftovers and shamelessly enjoying a rum and eggnog. Luckily, pretty much all of our favourite stores now offer online shopping. Here are 9 sites you definitely need to visit before noon on Boxing Day
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This is Everything Canadians Loved on iTunes and the App Store in 2014

Every year, iTunes releases its “Best Of” for each country. Just last week, they finished tallying up the results for Canada’s favourite songs, albums, movies, shows, and apps. Some results may surprise you, others, not so much. But if you live in Canada, chances are your Macintosh owns a few of these 2014 gems
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Canada’s 2014 Takeout Trends

Time-strapped young professionals have more takeout options than ever before. But as it turns out, our takeout behavior varies throughout the country. Who orders more sushi: Vancouver or Calgary? Which city had a love affair with Mexican food this year? Check out Canada’s takeout trends for 2014
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