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Cottage sales are surging in parts of Canada, especially Ontario, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As we hunker down at home, we are witnessing history that is reshaping life as we know it. Most of us never thought we’d experience a global pandemic on this scale.
COVID-19 is most dangerous for those 65 and up, and that’s a big portion of Canadians. As of 2018, 15% of Canadians were 65 and older, and 29% were baby boomers just hitting retirement age.
It’s hard to imagine that amid a global pandemic, while millions of people around the world struggle to stay healthy and adhere to public health directives, cybercriminals and scammers are still hard at work trying to defraud people.
You’re likely reading it at home right now as millions of Canadians are self-isolating to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. I’d like to thank you for doing just that.
Research has repeatedly found that music makes us happier.
In 2018, we conducted a poll with Ipsos that found the vast majority of Canadians — 93 per cent — want to stay in their homes for as long as possible.
It’s long been said that “home is where the heart is” and over countless generations, that adage has remained true.
There is a great deal of focus these days on the millennial generation,
The days are getting shorter and the temperatures (at least in some parts of Canada) are cooling.