Robbery leads Oakville schools to keep students inside

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Posted: September 2, 2014 01:59:18 PM    |   Last updated: September 2, 2014 05:53:28 PM Category: Halton Tags: Abbey Park, austin, Heritage Glen, Maher Rizkamma, Marilyn Jakubus, Nicole Martin, oakville, Pilgrim Wood, robbery, safety, school, St Ignatius of Loyola (Updated) A little extra anxiety added to day one for students at four Oakville schools. Students at Abbey […]

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Former Canadian Nazi runs for office in Ontario’s cottage country

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“It’s a slap in the face,” Brezina said of Beattie’s decision to run. “This man laid a major stain on this community back in the first rally, and tried to do it again the second time. People still say, ‘Oh, I know Minden, that’s where that rally was.’ ” Article source: http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2014/09/01/former_canadian_nazi_runs_for_office_in_ontarios_cottage_country.html

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Families See Value in Vacation Homes

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PS Productions/PhotoSpin American families are exploring unique destinations across the United States and around the world when it comes to their vacations these days. Hotels are not the only choice (besides the back bedroom at grandma’s house) where families can stay. Vacation homes are increasingly becoming more popular, and more valued by families, especially when […]

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How Toronto’s Labour Day parade began

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An 1872 printers’ strike in Toronto over demands for a nine-hour workday led to a protest march that swelled to 10,000 people. he event, memorialized by a historical plaque at Queen’s Park, was seminal in the history of the Canadian labour movement, leading the country’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, to push for […]

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Property growth in secondary

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Indonesia is witnessing significant property growth, with development no longer confined to primary cities or the provincial capitals on Java, but within secondary cities, thanks to the country’s improving economy. ”The massive and sporadic development of property sub-sectors, including housing complexes, apartments, shopping centers and hotels constitutes a logical consequence of economic growth and people’s […]

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4 Questions Every New Vacation Home Investor Should Ask Themselves Prior to …

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Often times I have vacation home owners come into my office, and explain to me that their vacation home is causing their family to have financial hardship. Often times these investors were sold a bill of goods at a trade show or by a realtor looking to make a quick commission check. Sometimes these realtors […]

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Morning Briefing: Four things to know about Saturday

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Morning Briefing: Four things to know about Saturday Saturday, August 30, 2014, 3:45 PM – Day one of the last summer long weekend is upon us.  In most parts of Canada it will, in fact, feel like the right season, complete with potentially severe summer storms. Here’s your coast-to-coast look ahead. Atlantic Canada Newfoundland saw […]

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Ontario dairy farm launches subscription system to help new farmers

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TORONTO — After paying off a loan from customers that kept her Monforte Dairy in business, Ruth Klahsen is launching a new initiative designed to help young farmers. Klahsen plans to turn Monforte Home Farm, established on 16 hectares (40 acres) just outside Stratford, Ont., into community supported agriculture. She’s selling subscriptions to raise money […]

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Top 5 Tips to Consider Before Buying a Vacation Home

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The Blog Featuring fresh takes and real-time analysis from HuffPost’s signature lineup of contributors Article source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/andrew-m-lieb/top-5-tips-to-consider-be_b_5729580.html

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4 rental properties in Alberta could quickly put couple in red as Parkinson’s …

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Situation: Family worries that father’s progressive illness and a child’s disability will threaten its retirement plans and finances Solution: With workplace insurance for the dad and government assistance for the son, they should focus on their real estate investments and raising savings rates In Alberta, a couple we’ll call George and Louise, ages 48 and […]

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