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Money talks: Alphabet soup – RESP accounts: part 2

by Arnold Machel   “A good person leaves an inheritance for their children’s children…” – Prov. 12:22 Last month we […]

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Aging Canadian population yields abundant work opportunities

by Agnes Chung   Canadian health care is in dire need of help as the population ages. A 2018 report […]

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Christmas in and out of prison

by Marion Van Driel   The warm hearth, blinking lights and manger scenes we normally associate with Christmas don’t resonate […]

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Do you remember?

by Sharon Simpson   “Do you remember?” is one of questions that anyone living with dementia will struggle to answer. […]

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Scams and frauds: Canadians are out of pocket to the tune of $405 million

by Agnes Chung   Canadians lost over $405 million to fraudsters from 2014 to 2017, according to the Competition Bureau […]

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Germany: it’s advent, the Christmas markets open

by Agnes Chung   You can’t miss twinkling lights cascading over rows of wooden stalls and decorated trees on the […]

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Teens in an increasingly disconnected world

by Holly Goetz and Andrew Wilson   On a hot summer day last year, Alexis and her Youth Unlimited leader […]

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A thankful heart is a content heart

by Sharon Simpson   Recently, I went with an elderly senior from our campus of care to speak with a […]

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Coffee: Where to draw the line between safe and risky consumption?

by Agnes Chung   “I start my day with a single expresso. Double expresso if I’m in-store. In a day, […]

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Money talks: Alphabet soup – RRIF accounts

by Arnold Rachel, CFP   “Lazy hands make for poverty, but diligent hands bring wealth.” – Prov. 10:4 (NIV) Registered […]

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