Category Archives for "Seasonal"

Aug 11

When to Upgrade your Tablet

By Gateway Gazette

A tech favourite for those young and old alike, tablets are a lighter, bag-friendly option for playing apps, reading books and news, watching videos, and surfing the web. They’re also great for students and others who are on the go and offer many of the same features you would find on a laptop while providing […]

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Aug 10

Top 5 Back-to-School Health Essentials

By Gateway Gazette

With children across the country gearing up to begin another year of school, what better time to explore some ideas to help ensure your child gets off to a healthy and happy start? Here are the top five back-to-school health tips to consider. 1. Set bedtimes. It’s essential for kids (and adults) to get a […]

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Aug 09

Having it all Five Years after Graduation?

By Gateway Gazette

RBC poll reveals gap in students’ expectations on key life moments 1st year and 4th year students voice their greater expectations on earning their first $100K, settling down and having kids TORONTO /CNW/ – The majority of students expect to achieve several key life moments – own first car, draw a great salary, pay off student debt, […]

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Aug 08

Hassle-Free Weekly Cleaning Schedule

By Gateway Gazette

Always stuck wasting an entire day on a cleaning before you have company over? Is that last-minute cleaning marathon burning you out before your guests even arrive? Put those old habits to rest and stay on top of your chores by following this hassle-free weekly cleaning schedule. From dusting entryways to fluffing pillows, we have […]

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Aug 08

1 in 2 Canadians Admit they were Unprepared to Manage Finances Heading into University

By Gateway Gazette

Students help increase financial literacy across Canada through Enactus and the Capital One Financial Education Challenge TORONTO /CNW/ – Post-secondary students may be prepared for their required curriculum this fall, but a recent Capital One Canada Financial Education study suggests that many could be blindsided by a crash course in money management. Forty-six per cent of Canadians […]

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