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Published on Fri, 06/03/2011 by Great Lakes International Air Show

World's Most Exciting Planes To Soar Over Our Skies

World's Most Exciting Planes To Soar Over Our Skies

Legendary vintage war planes, advanced military fighters and more than 50,000 people are expected to descend into the St. Thomas Municipal Airport from June 24 to 26 for the 2011 Great Lakes International Air Show.

"The thrill of a premier show like this one is that we have some of the world's most exciting aircraft together for one weekend," says Gerry Vanderhoek, Director of Flight Operations. "They span almost a century of aviation history but they're side by side at this event."

Published on Tue, 02/08/2011 by Twentyten Group

Street parties and cauldron cakes

Street parties and cauldron cakes

Patriot Hearts

For Release: Week of Monday, February 7th, 2011

Excitement builds toward Games Anniversary Weekend

Published on Thu, 12/16/2010 by Ontario Lung Association

Tips to keep the holidays happy and healthy!

Tips to keep the holidays happy and healthy!

Ah, the holiday season. It’s a time for socializing with family and friends. So why not give your guests the gift of health with these easy-yet-effective tips for improving the air quality in your home offered by the Ontario Lung Association. Family and guests with breathing difficulties will thank you for it.

Published on Wed, 12/01/2010 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

‘Tis the Season for Lifelong Learning!

‘Tis the Season for Lifelong Learning!

Practice literacy over the holidays with these fun tips

(Toronto, ON – December 1, 2010) – Winter holidays provide an excellent opportunity for families and friends to spend time together learning and practicing literacy skills. There are many fun learning activities that families can do, such as reading a book, writing out a holiday card or following a recipe for gingerbread cookies.

Published on Wed, 11/24/2010 by Ontario Lung Association

Canadians are in the dark when it comes to seasonal flu

Canadians are in the dark when it comes to seasonal flu

Seasonal flu season has arrived – and surprising new poll results reveal that Canadians need to brush up on their ‘flu facts.’ It turns out Canadians have little knowledge of who is at risk, what symptoms to look for and how to manage the flu if they do get sick.

Published on Wed, 11/24/2010 by PayPal

What does it take to complete your holiday gift buying? Five trips to the mall and 11 hours of shopping

What does it take to complete your holiday gift buying? Five trips to the mall and 11 hours of shopping

Holiday Shopping Infographic

More than half of holiday shoppers choosing to skip the mall and shop online this year

Canadian shoppers will go to great lengths to find the perfect present for everyone on their gift list this holiday season. How great? A recent Ipsos Reid survey found that the average shopper plans to make five separate trips to the mall and spend upwards of 11 hours shopping for family and friends.

Published on Wed, 11/17/2010 by Tylenol

Expert Advice on Finding Balance During the Holidays

Expert Advice on Finding Balance During the Holidays

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While the holiday season often brings wonderful things –like great food, time with family and friends, and of course, the joy of getting and giving gifts –it can also produce a lot of added stress, not to mention aches and pains caused by everything from shoveling snow to hauling heavy shopping bags.

Barry H. Samuel , a Health and Wellness Expert and founder of Insideout Health & Life Institute provides some insight into how we can find balance this holiday season.

Published on Wed, 11/17/2010 by Tylenol

Plan Ahead to Beat Holiday Aches & Pains

Plan Ahead to Beat Holiday Aches & Pains

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It’s coming: the inevitable holiday rush of cooking, shopping, and decorating – not to mention the endless shoveling and salting that’s required to keep driveways and sidewalks clear of snow and ice.

Published on Mon, 11/08/2010 by Ontario Lung Association

Walter Gretzky Seals his Commitment to Lung Health

Walter Gretzky Seals his Commitment to Lung Health

Walter Gretzky shows the 2010 Christmas Seal to three-year-old Mackenly

For generations, Canadians have been celebrating the holidays with family and friends. And for generations, Canadians have been sending out Christmas Seals with their holiday greetings and gifts as a way of showing how much they care.

Since 1908, The Lung Association has produced the seals to help raise funds for its programs to improve lung health. Each year, about eight million Christmas Seals are used by Canadians to seal the back of envelopes sent out to family and friends. They are also used to decorate Christmas gifts and parcels.

Published on Tue, 12/14/2010 by World Vision Canada

Perfect gift ideas for that special someone in your life

Perfect gift ideas for that special someone in your life

The holiday season can be a hectic time, especially when it comes to picking out gifts. No matter what the occasion, have fun finding that special gift for that special someone this Christmas:

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