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Life Insurance Plan to Secure Your Loved Ones’ Future

We all have families that depend on us for their financial needs. In several families there might even be a sole breadwinner. In such cases, there is total dependency. Have you ever thought about what might happen to your family once you are gone? We all do love to

A Competition for Talent: Accounting Firms VS. Companies

Across the United States, accounting is a high demand industry. Various large-scale accounting firms have increased their recruiting efforts with a goal of hiring top talent- this means that other companies have had to alter their hiring processes and change their standards. The recent changes to the standard accounting

Apps and Permissions: Risks and Rewards

To use an app to on any Smartphone, user permission will be requested for on any mobile operating system (Android, iOS, or Windows).  These permissions unlock the full functionality of the device, and the permissions will relate to how the app works. For example, a call app will need

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Life Insurance Plan to Secure Your Loved Ones’ Future

We all have families that depend on us for their financial needs. In several families there might even be a sole breadwinner. In such cases, there is total dependency. Have you ever thought about what might happen to your family once you are gone? We all do love to

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A Competition for Talent: Accounting Firms VS. Companies

Across the United States, accounting is a high demand industry. Various large-scale accounting firms have increased their recruiting efforts with a goal of hiring top talent- this means that other companies have had to alter their hiring processes and change their standards. The recent changes to the standard accounting

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Apps and Permissions: Risks and Rewards

To use an app to on any Smartphone, user permission will be requested for on any mobile operating system (Android, iOS, or Windows).  These permissions unlock the full functionality of the device, and the permissions will relate to how the app works. For example, a call app will need

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Restaurants cry fowl over the demise of the small chicken

Portuguese barbecued chicken restaurants in Toronto are struggling with a supply shortage of the younger, smaller chickens they cook on charcoal barbecues or rotisserie spits. “Where is all the chicken?” asks Guiherme Salera of the Portuguese Chicken Guys, a downtown restaurant. “We are calling all our suppliers, scrambling.” The

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Fans flood San Diego Comic-Con at Wednesday’s preview night

SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Convention Center was packed with people as soon as it opened its doors for Comic-Con. Fans with four-day passes to the annual pop-culture convention were treated to a preview of the showroom floor Wednesday night: 460,000 square feet of TV, film and video

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Rogers Communications beats the Street with 35% profit surge

TORONTO — Rogers Communications is reporting a 35 per cent increase in second-quarter net income, beating analyst estimates. Its net income was $531 million or $1.03 per share, while adjusted profit was $1 per share. Analysts had estimated Rogers would have 90 cents per share of net income, or

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Blockbuster Avista deal lifts Hydro One into Top 20 utilities on continent

Hydro One Limited, the largest electricity transmission and distribution provider in Ontario, has struck a deal to purchase Avista Corp., a pure-play regulated electric and gas utilities holding company that has operations in U.S. northeast and Alaska, for $6.7 billion. The acquisition, which will see shareholders of publicly listed

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Sears Canada to begin liquidation sales at 59 stores today. Is one of them near you?

TORONTO — Sears Canada has been given approval to begin liquidation sales Friday at the 59 locations it plans to close. Ontario Superior Judge Barbara Conway approved the motion Tuesday. Earlier in the day, Sears lawyer Jeremy Dacks said the company wanted to start sales of its merchandise, furniture,

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Strong indicators Alberta economy on rebound

As Alberta’s economy rebounds from the downturn in the price of oil, new data shows employment insurance use is on the decline. The province outpaced the rest of Canada with an 11.1 per cent year-over-year decline in EI beneficiaries, according to Statistics Canada. Economic indicators tell a consistent story

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Stampeders get Charleston Hughes back for game with Roughriders

For the first time in a long time, Dave Dickenson smiled when he was asked about who the Calgary Stampeders might have available for their next game. After weeks of watching player after player get yanked off the active roster due to injuries, the Stampeders coach actually got some

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Tough to hand Stampeders a second-straight loss

There might not be a worse time to play the Calgary Stampeders than when they’re coming off a loss. While the Stamps have won more regular-season games than any other team in the CFL over the last half-decade, they’ve seemed downright unbeatable in games where they were defeated the

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Stamps notes: Glenn a mentor to Stampeders quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell

The Calgary Stampeders might be having a little fun with their rivalry with former teammates now with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. But Bo Levi Mitchell got dead serious when he was asked about what he learned from backing up quarterback Kevin Glenn. Glenn, now serving as starting QB for the

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Flames fans shouldn’t fret about Johnny Gaudreau’s remark that it would be ‘sweet’ to skate for Flyers

Calgary Flames star Johnny Gaudreau probably should have selected his words more carefully. But there was a lot more to Gaudreau’s interview Friday with a Philadelphia sports radio show than what you likely read on the headlines — his comment that “it would be sweet” to someday skate for

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Getting to the core of injuries: Fitness Table delivers a workout that enhances strength and agility

Congregating around a table is one of life’s great pleasures, surrounded by good friends or family, but gathering around the apparatus a table of another kind I recently got to found out about was an entirely new experience, and not without its painful moments. One of Calgary’s foremost instructors

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Hit the road: Three scenic driving routes that don’t involve the Rockies

Road trips are a quintessential summer travel experience, but the jam packed Rockies are driving everyone crazy. Fret not road warrior! We put you back in the driver’s seat with three scenic routes within a two hour commute from Calgary. Highway 22 North: Water Valley Hit the road towards

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John Gilchrist: Kensington Legion gets new digs with 1918 Tap and Table

1918 is a significant number for the Royal Canadian Legion. It signifies the end of the First World War and the beginnings of the Legion. Following the end of the war, numerous groups sprang up to support veterans. Efforts were fragmented so a few years later a unified Dominion

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Malcolm Stinson won’t let cancer keep him out of Calgary Ironman competition

The current air quality has been a deterrent for some riders, but not Malcolm Stinson. A slight knee injury could be an excuse for many runners, but not the 57-year-old Edmonton resident. Multiple myeloma, a cancer of plasma cells which can cause bone pain, bleeding, frequent infections and anemia,