Thursday, November 23, 2017
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Teaching Kids Personal Finance

Teaching Kids Personal Finance

Money can often be a taboo subject to discuss, but it’s important for parents to take charge and teach their children about personal finance and money management. When it comes to teaching your child about money, where do you start? According to the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC), it is best “to start teaching children about money when they’re young. If you start early, you can build on their knowledge as they grow.”

Rally Against Racism

Rally Against Racism
“We cannot let a single resident of Canada feel that they don’t receive the full complement of human and civil rights.” A message from Ohana that seems simple enough and overtly obvious and yet necessary in light of recent rallies.

Home Sweet Home: Condo Living

Home Sweet Home: Condo Living

Homeowners are opting for condos, not only for the affordable pricing but for the condo lifes...

Ditch driving, choose cycling

Ditch driving, choose cycling

Highlighting the cost-effective feature, maintenance of a bike is definitely cheaper than that of a car. “If you own a car you have to pay insurance, road tolls, parking costs, and gas but there are none of those costs when you are cycling, so it is one of the cheapest modes of transport out there,” comments Lambert adding that it is also cost-efficient as cycling infrastructure is cheap to build and lasts a long time.

Putting the Spotlight on Cricket

Putting the Spotlight on Cricket

Cricket has the second largest following in the world. This love for the game has been in BC for over 100 years and has been developing rapidly in recent history.

Fun & Fitness Post-Pregnancy

Fun & Fitness Post-Pregnancy
After giving birth, find the right class or program for yourself and get out there with your baby. Not only will you meet new people, but you are taking care of yourself, both mentally and physically, after the baby is born.