Job Interviews: Your Body Language Can Cost You The Job

Job Interviews: Your Body Language Can Cost You The Job

When it comes to landing a job, what you say to a prospective employer may sometimes be less important than how you say it. In a recent survey by staffing firm OfficeTeam, senior managers said 17 per cent of candidates display negative body language during interviews.

12 Tips to Cut Heating Bills

12 Tips to Cut Heating Bills

It comes as no surprise that the majority of Canada is cold for most of the year. There is no place in Canada where you can get away without heating your home for part of the year, even here in British Columbia. Reducing your heating bill by as little as 10% could save you hundreds […]

Review: B-Air Fido Max 1 Dog and Cat Dryer

Review: B-Air Fido Max 1 Dog and Cat Dryer

Grooming is such an important part of the natural health and wellbeing of pets. It’s also part of a regular routine for pet parents, be it at a professional groomer’s or a quick rinse after a fun time in the mud. Most of us can’t run to a professional groomer every time our pet gets […]

Top Toys in Canada 2016: Star Wars, The Force Awakens

Top Toys in Canada 2016: Star Wars, The Force Awakens

200 Canadian Stores say these Star Wars, The Force Awakens™ toys and games are their top sellers for the 2016 Holiday Season!

Hurry! Hatchimals Draggle & Penguala are in Stock in Canada!

Hurry! Hatchimals Draggle & Penguala are in Stock in Canada!

Hatchimals are THE toy to buy this year and they’ve been scarce since they were first released. Canadian shoppers are desperately seeking the “magical” creatures, only to find “out of stock” notices everywhere they look.  There are still legit sellers who have Hatchimals in stock who are in (or will ship to) Canada, but you’ll […]

Keep Pets Safe Throughout the Holiday Season

Keep Pets Safe Throughout the Holiday Season

The holiday season is filled with so much joy and wonder, it’s easy to forget that it could spell disaster for pets.  Danger lurks everywhere for our furry friends, from holiday food to Christmas trees.  We’ve compiled this list of warnings and tips to help prevent a holiday disaster at your house. Keep Pets Safe […]

Youth Suicide Study Reveals Triggers (Infographic)

Youth Suicide Study Reveals Triggers (Infographic)

Research into youth suicide in the UK has revealed key causes and risk factors that can help us save children, teens and young adults all over the world. Here in Canada, suicide is the second highest cause of death among 15-24 year olds, accounting for 24% of all deaths in this age group. The more […]

Age Gracefully With Anti-Wrinkle Herbs and Supplements ©

Age Gracefully With Anti-Wrinkle Herbs and Supplements ©

As we age, our skin wrinkles naturally as it begins to lose its collagen and elasticity. The process is accelerated by sun exposure, poor nutrition, stress, a lack of muscle tone, and smoking.  Our harsh Canadian climate can hasten that process.  While we may be predisposed to wrinkles due to genetics and our facial expressions, […]

Minimum Wage in Canada LOWER than 1977

Minimum Wage in Canada LOWER than 1977

Did you know that with inflation adjustments, the current (2014) minimum wage in Canada is actually lower than it was in the late 1970’s?

Low-Fat Substitutions for Butter (Infographic)

Low-Fat Substitutions for Butter (Infographic)

If you’re trying to eat healthier, these low-fat substitutions for butter will help cut the fat when you’re baking or frying!  We’ve included a handy infographic to keep and share.