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July 2018


Healthy Cuisine: 5 Shopping Guidelines at a Health Food Store

A considerable chunk of the new year is already gone, but that doesn’t mean you should completely abandon your goals. In fact, with the pressure out of the way, you may even have a better opportunity to achieve your aims, including eating right.

One of the most popular New Year’s Resolutions is to change your dietary habits. Everything from consuming more vegetables to ditching red meat, many of us attempt to maintain healthier feeding behaviours. After years of being accustomed to Big Macs, Coca-Cola, and Oreos, is it achievable? Of course it is! It takes dedication, positive reinforcement, and motivation.

The first stop you need to make, though, is the health food store: your go-to source.

Health food stores will likely be your home away from home as you scour the aisles, peruse through the flyers, and compare the ingredients for a wide array of products.

Unsure how to begin? Here are five healthy tips to shop at a health food store:

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Going to Summer Camp: 5 Tips for Parents to Remember

Whether summer is in full swing, just around the corner, or even months away, it is never too early to begin planning your Summer ideas. Awesome thing about summer is that there are just so many options that you can choose from. However, for a parent, the idea of summer camp is a good one that may just make a lasting impact on everyone involved.

Then again, summer camp is a pretty big deal, especially for the child, so some parents may be wondering what would be worth keeping in mind before and during summer camp. Luckily, the guide below will lay out five important things that parents should remember about summer camp.

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Breaking the Law: 5 Things Every Canadian Needs to Know About Criminal Law

Most Canadians will never deal with the criminal justice system. But, when you do, it’s a Kafka-esque experience, one that you think you’re sleepwalking through.

Criminal law is the specialty of law that deals with criminal offenses. Criminal offenses can range from serious crimes like rape, murder, carjacking, bank robberies, DUI to minor infractions like not wearing a seat belt, speeding or public intoxication.

Criminal laws are typically enacted by the state or federal government. Anyone who fails to abide by these laws and commits any of these offenses has to face the consequences. In criminal law, the emphasis is on punishment, which is different from civil law, where the emphasis is on victim compensation and resolution of conflict.

Here are five things every Canadian needs to know about criminal law:

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Novelty Gift: 7 Ways to Customize a DNA Testing Kit as a Lovely Present

A DNA testing kit can make a very special gift. They will give someone a real sense of intrigue and answer many questions that they have about themselves. Not only that but they are a lot of fun as well. They’re unique, interactive, personal, and fun.

There is a challenge that comes from giving a DNA testing kit. You are essentially giving them a box and a plastic tube. While the end result will be fantastic and potentially life-changing the gift itself can be a little underwhelming. So, how do you make this wonderful gift and take it to the next level?

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Wear It Everywhere: 6 Promotional Perks of Branded Tote Bags

When it comes to promoting your business, you have endless PR, marketing, and advertising options available to choose from. Some work better than others, while some may be more relevant for your brand than others. If you’ve considered branded products as part of your promotional strategy, there are some smart reasons why you should zero in on tote bags to promote your brand.

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