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Legal Ease: Give animals the rights sentient beings deserve
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Legal Ease: Give animals the rights sentient beings deserve

It has been scientifically shown that many animals are cognitively and emotionally advanced, self-aware, experience pleasure and pain, and can remember and choose.

Financial Fitness: Making good investment moves can be tricky
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Financial Fitness: Making good investment moves can be tricky

If you want to send your children or grandchildren to post-secondary school, retire comfortably and achieve other important life goals, you typically have to invest — it’s that simple.

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Legal Ease: Suing for material, moral, and punitive damages

A person who is hurt by the wrongful conduct of someone else and suffers physical, emotional or financial harm may want to sue for damages.

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Let’s Talk About It: To try, or not to try – before leasing

You find what seems to be the perfect apartment: location is ideal, you love the amenities, and the price is right.

Here at Sun Youth: Laughter keeps us going
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Here at Sun Youth: Laughter keeps us going

Sid Stevens says there is no such thing as a bad day: some days are just better than others.

Generations Foundation accentuates the positive
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Generations Foundation accentuates the positive

The kids are back in school and many, as young as five or less, have already chosen their future profession.

Word Nerd: Attention Scrabble lovers: Geocache no longer cached
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Word Nerd: Attention Scrabble lovers: Geocache no longer cached

It was 1931 when American architect Alfred Butts joined the bulging ranks of the unemployed. There just weren’t many buildings being erected so Butts decided to construct something else – a game for adults.

Flavour Guy: Chef goes aspirational
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Flavour Guy: Chef goes aspirational

I found out recently what kind of cook I am. I hadn’t thought of labeling myself. If anything, I would say that I was modestly eclectic

Sun Youth: My first work experience
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Sun Youth: My first work experience

Without these amazing individuals, many Montrealers would be worse off.

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Let’s Talk About It: Moving beyond limitations

During my recent holiday I was denied my preferred aisle seat on the plane because I had not checked in early enough. I was seated next to an older lady who required the aisle seat due to her physical disability. Sitting beside her was her daughter. They were traveling together […]