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How the Healthcare Industry May Change After the Pandemic

As humanity approached another year, an unprecedented public health crisis known as COVID-19 emerged. COVID-19 is a communicable disease induced by a new type of virus known as the novel coronavirus. This disease primarily attacks an individual’s respiratory system.  Infected … Continue reading

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Crossroads on the Mississippi

Carleton Place maintains a small-town feel, historic roots and active commerce At the crossroads of two main highways that go south to Smiths Falls and west to Perth, Carleton Place has successfully evolved over the decades, and now is called … Continue reading

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Protective clothing with a timely message

To help keep her immunocompromised mother healthy, public health specialist Carol Winner created some antimicrobial clothing with a friendly “Give Space” message to protect her mom from unwanted hugs. Now during the pandemic, she has found great demand for the … Continue reading

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Deck your hands and feet with eco-friendly treats

If you want your nails to receive some professional loving care without all the chemicals, then the award-winning Dazzle Dry system developed by a bio-organic chemist is just the thing. Their products are specially formulated to be hypoallergenic, non-toxic, vegan … Continue reading

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Need a helping hand grooming your pets

Forget old-fashioned steel brushes and deshedding tools if you want your cat, dog, or even horse to really appreciate much-needed hair removal then try these multi-award-winning Hands On Gloves instead. Pets adore the smooth massaging motion, and you’ll really appreciate … Continue reading

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Ron Maclean’s Wisdom and Knowledge

It’s not all about the hockey It was Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson who said: “This fastest of all games [hockey] has become almost as much of a national symbol as the maple leaf.” There is no question hockey is … Continue reading

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Ready Yourself for Winter

Simple storage solutions It’s time to pack away the last of your warm weather wear as we transition into another cold winter. But now that we’re “home” more often and our homes serving more functions than normal right now, space … Continue reading

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True Calling

Profile By Jennifer Hartley Photos John Major Canada’s top medical doctor packs a powerful message Since the COVID-19 pandemic began ,her face has become synonymous with the Canadian response, recognizable from coast to coast to coast. She has been here … Continue reading

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Great Gardening Reads

In the Garden By Julianne Labreche Cuddle up this winter with the best books to inspire a colourful spring When the garden is fast asleep in winter, there’s nothing better than curling up indoors with a nice cup of hot … Continue reading

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3 Easy Steps

Lifescape By Janet Armstrong, Certified Interior Designer, CAPS To a beautiful seasonal centrepiece The holiday season is fast approaching and while this year may be different than in years past, it may still mean having a few family members or … Continue reading

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