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Sun Youth set to buy its building
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Sun Youth set to buy its building

For 62 years, Sun Youth has offered help to people who need it.

Let’s Talk About It: Will we ever understand grief?
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Let’s Talk About It: Will we ever understand grief?

I will always remember 2016 as the year I became an orphan.

A cozy kitchen, photographed by Mathilda Tan (courtesy of stock.xchng)
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Flavour Guy: Look to the sweeter side of 2017 — with balance

Resolve to evolve. 2017 is going to be a year of change. Huge change. Well, ok, change. Change is good.

Generations turns dreams into reality
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Generations turns dreams into reality

It’s been a wonderful year! We at Generations Foundation are grateful and thank everyone for their support.

Walk cautiously in the snow! An even better idea: Stay indoors.
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Legal Ease: Who’s responsible for those nasty winter falls?

Winter is upon us and it can be easy to fall down. We may blame someone else for the condition of their property but sometimes it is our own fault for not wearing appropriate footwear or not looking where we are going. In other words there may be contributory negligence […]

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Legal Ease: When the house we live in ceases to be our home

The landlord provides the premises and we, the tenant, pay the rent. It seems simple but it isn’t always so.

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Let’s Talk About It: Holding onto family history

When we’re young we want to forge a new identity and separate ourselves from our parents and their possessions; when we’re older we want to reclaim them.

Natalie Bercovici (far left) and volunteers prepare gifts for needy children. (Photo courtesy of Generations Foundation)
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Financial Fitness: Everyone benefits from charitable gifts

As long as you choose groups that meet the right criteria, your generosity can also be rewarding to you, in the form of tax benefits.

So the Treasure was Divided: pirates dividing their loot. The oil painting, which the illustration was of, was sold in 1905, and is currently part of the Delaware Art Museum's collection.
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Word Nerd: Politics plunders words from military, religion, even pirates

The language of politics has borrowed from other disciplines.

Legal Ease: Let’s compare 1986 with 2016
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Legal Ease: Let’s compare 1986 with 2016

Brian Mulroney was prime minister and Robert Bourassa was premier of Quebec. The U.S. president was Ronald W. Reagan; his VP was George Bush Senior.