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Create a detailed plan that outlines how you will achieve your objectives. Remember to be realistic and divide your list into short-term, mid-term and long-term goals. Short-term goals may be reached realistically within one year. Mid-term goals may be scheduled for 5 years while more time may be needed for longerterm goals. Financial Planners are a third-party that can take the emotion out of creating a financial plan. They can help you create realistic goals while monitoring your progress. They can also help you stay on track and find alternate ways to deal with any sudden issues. Once youâ€™ve made your plan, the real challenge may be sticking with your goals. There are always unexpected issues in life that will cost you money. When budgeting for your goals, be sure to factor in emergency savings. These are funds that may be needed for car repairs, house repairs and other unpredictable events. Emergency funds can help you avoid adding to your already heavy debt load. It is easy to forget about a plan after it has been established and enacted. Keep track of your finances monthly and re-evaluate your strategy. Finances can change and you may need to make adjustments. You may also want to change your focus if you have already achieved some of your goals. Once you have tackled your credit card debt, for example, you may want to use the money you had reserved for that task on another goal. Maybe paying off the mortgage is the next step in your financial plan. If you have already paid down your debts, you may wish to start saving for a once-in-a-lifetime vacation or a new home. Retirement is also a wise option for any extra money.
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The ABCs of Wall Art
There is this one wall in your house that is driving you nuts. It is big and empty. You have spent many hours trying to figure out how to decorate this space. Should you paint it a different colour than the rest of the room? But it will still be bare. Should you hang wallpaper? All you can think about is how much fun it is to wallpaper... and then you decide you definitely do not want to wallpaper. Art... you can hang some art. But what? How much? How big? Before you begin hunting for the perfect wall art, consider the room you are decorating. Is it a living room? Are you filling a wall in a kitchen? How big is the space that you are filling? First and foremost, choose the art that you love. It is your home and your space and you need to fill it with your personality. After all, you need to see it every day. Try out various kinds of art. Paintings can add a wonderful whimsical look to a room depending upon the artist you choose. Photographs can add a glimpse of reality. Before you choose, shop around. Take a look at shops in your area that offer local artists’ fare. There may be a painting, photograph or another piece of wall art that is unique and just what you are looking for. Keep your eyes peeled when you attend other local shops and restaurants. Some restaurants allow local artists’ to display their works.
Going big and going home is not always the best method when it comes to choosing art. Larger pieces of art may not compliment a space as you think it will. When you head out to purchase any art, be sure to have the dimensions of your wall so you will know exactly what size of space you are trying to fill. It may help if you take pictures of the room you are decorating with you. You will be able to compare the colour of your room with the art you are considering. Are you looking to draw attention to the wall? Choosing colours that are more vibrant will definitely turn an eye. If you are hoping to add decoration that compliments the overall colour of the room, then you can do your best matching job if you have pictures with you. Don’t restrict yourself to art work that follows the theme of your room. You do not necessarily have to add traditional art to a more traditional room… try colouring outside of the lines. Add a more contemporary or abstract piece to a traditional setting. Once you have chosen your artwork, give it the attention it deserves. Hang your piece at eye level and about 60 inches above the floor. Try adjusting the lighting of your room or add a picture light to highlight your new artwork.
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This Month IN HISTORY Famous January Events January is the first month of the Gregorian calendar. It is fitting that it is the first month of the year because January has also been a month of firsts in Canadian history. On January 11, 1922, there was a breakthrough in the treatment of Diabetes. 14-year old Leonard Thompson was the first diabetic to be successfully treated with Insulin. The procedure took place at Toronto General Hospital and it saved Thompson’s life. After the success of Thompson’s procedure, Insulin was mass-produced to help other diabetics. The technique later earned creators Frederick Banting and Charles Best a Nobel Prize. Being Canadian has always been a point of pride for those who live in this country. Prime Minister W. L. Mackenzie King officially marked Canadian pride on January 6, 1947 when he received the first Canadian Citizenship certificate. It was presented in Ottawa, Ontario. Canada’s capital has seen many firsts in Canadian history. On January 1, 1967, Canada’s Pension Plan began, amending the Old Age Security plan. The Canada Pension Plan reduced the qualifying age for Old Age Security from 70 to 65. While the plan started in January of 1967, the full pensions were not available until 1976. It was a first of a different kind for a Canadian Hockey Icon in January of 1986. Number 99, the Great One became the first NHL player to score 100 or more points in seven consecutive seasons. As Captain of the Edmonton Oilers, Wayne Gretzky led the team to win the Stanley Cup four times in five years. While Gretzky has become a historical name in the game of hockey, Justice Beverly McLachlin made a name for herself in different circles. Justice McLachlin was sworn in as the first female Chief of Justice of The Supreme Court of Canada on January 12, 2000. McLachlin was a provincial court judge in British Columbia before being named to the Supreme Court in 1989. A couple of years later in 2002, there was another first appointment. James Bartleman, a member of the Mnjikaning First Nation, was installed as the first Aboriginal Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. Bartleman grew up in Port Carling, Ontario. He spent 35 years in the Canadian Foreign service before he became Lieutenant Governor. Bartleman also served as Canada’s ambassador to the European Union from 2000 to 2002. Kathleen Wynne made history in 2013 when she was elected as the first female Premier of Ontario. Wynne is also the first gay Premier. She began her political career as a School Trustee with Toronto District School Board. During her time in provincial politics, Wynne has been Minister of Education, Minister of Transportation and Minister of Aboriginal Affairs. In January 2015, it was a celebration of a first… 200 years later. On January 11, 2015, Canada celebrated the birth of the country’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A MacDonald. It was MacDonald’s 200th birthday. Sources: www.canadachannel.ca/todayincanadianhistory/index.php/January_20 www.allmedical.ca/discovering-insulin-banting-best/ www.historymuseum.ca/cmc/exhibitions/hist/pensions/cpp-timeline_e.shtml www.news.ontario.ca/profiles/en/kathleen-wynne
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Silky Smooth Skin There is nothing like smooth, silky skin that looks flawless and is soft to the touch. But, it seems that no matter what you do to try to have the ‘perfect’ skin, the elements are working against you. So what can you do to try to smooth out this issue? Most women will likely say they grab the razor in the shower and scrape away any signs of stubble while their conditioner sets. It may be a quick way to smooth out unwanted hair, but it is not the only way. Waxing has long been a popular method of hair removal. Most hot wax mixtures contain resins but they can also be made from natural ingredients like beeswax and honey. There are waxes that also contain fragrances and chemicals that preserve the mixture. Many salons offer hot wax hair removal for various parts of the body. Warmed wax is applied in the direction of hair growth. Cloth strips are applied and ripped off in the opposite direction of the hair growth. Sounds painful? It can be uncomfortable for a few minutes. Those who administer the wax need to be careful not to apply it to any skin while it is too hot. The sticky substance can burn the skin.
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If You Read Nothing Else,Read This: More than 20 million Americans suffer from peripheral neuropathy, a problem caused by damage to the nerves that supply your arms and legs. This painful condition interferes with your body’s ability to transmit messages to your muscles, skin, joints, or internal organs. If ignored or mistreated, neuropathy can lead to irreversible health conditions. Why not get help by those trained to correct the major cause of peripheral neuropathy. Read the full facts on this page.
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The Likely Cause Of Your Problem My name is Dr. Joshua Nikkanen, clinic director at Crossroads Chiropractic. I’ve been helping people with neuropathy and nerve problems for more than 14 years. Often neuropathy is caused by a degenerating spine pressing on the nerve roots. This can happen in any of the vertebral joints from the neck all the way down to the tail bone. The good news is that chiropractic treatments have proven effective in helping to remove the pressure on the nerves.
By using gentle techniques, I’m able to release the pressure that has built up on the nerve. This allows the nerve to heal and the symptoms to go away. For example, numerous studies have proven chiropractic’s effectiveness in helping nerve conditions. Patients showed an 85.5% resolution of the nerve symptoms after only 9 chiropractic treatments. - Journal of Chiropractic Medicine 2008 With chiropractic care, patients had “significant improvement in perceived comfort and function, nerve conduction and finger sensation overall.” – JMPT 1998 “Significant increase in grip strength and normalization of motor and sensory latencies were noted. Orthopedic tests were negative. Symptoms dissipated.” – JMPT 1994 What these studies mean is that you could soon be enjoying life...without those aggravating nerve problems.
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I’ll answer your most probing questions about nerve problems and how chiropractic can help.Until January 27, 2017 you can get everything I’ve listed here for only $35. The normal price for this type of evaluation including x-rays is $220, so you’re saving a considerable amount by taking me up on this offer. Call 905-830-1146 now. We can get you scheduled for your consultation, exam and x-rays as soon as there’s an opening. Our office is located just a few doors down from Yonge on Eagle St, just a few minutes from you. When you call, tell the receptionist you’d like to come in for the Nerve Evaluation so she can get you on the schedule and make sure you receive proper credit for this special offer.
Sincerely, Dr. Joshua Nikkanen, D.C. P.S. Remember, you only have until January 27 to reserve an appointment at this significant discount. Why suffer for years in misery?That’s no way to live, not when there could be an easy solution to your problem. P.P.S. Nothing’s worse than feeling great mentally, but physically feeling held back from life because your arms or legs hurt – and the pain just won’t go away!Take me up on my offer and call today 905-830-1146.
on Saturday and Sunday evenings from 6 to
a registered charitable organization (No.
9pm. No train rides on December 25, 31 or
85630 8366 RR0001) teaching tai chi for
action. 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Tim Horton’s,
EAST GWILLIMBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY
January 1. Train rides are weather permitting
health and relaxation. For more classes or
17310 Yonge St. (just north of the York
Visit our branch or website to see the many
and free of charge. Newmarket Ice Lounge is
information please call 289-366-9956 or see
Region Administrative Centre, west side).
programs we have to offer including: Children
sponsored by Jay Miller Real Estate.
Storytimes & Children’s Activities, Teens &
Tweens & Adult Programs. Holland Landing
SUNDAY, JANUARY 8
Branch, 19513 Yonge St. 905-836-6492
MAYOR’S LEVEE Old Town Hall (460 Botsford
Meet at 7:30pm at 20 Oak Ave. River Drive
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13
& Mount Albert Branch: 19300 Centre St.
Street) and Riverwalk Commons (200 Doug
Park Community Centre. Topic: Conifers
CANADIAN TAI CHI ACADEMY OPEN
905-473-2472. See more details at www.egpl.ca
Duncan Drive) 1 to 3pm. Join the Mayor and
as Winter Food – Published Author Karen
HOUSE Looking for balance? Try a free
members of Council as they celebrate the
Stephenson. Light refreshments available.
first class, 9:00 am at 1220 Stellar Dr.,
ORTA HIKES FOR JANUARY Come &
start of a New Year. Enjoy skating, yummy
New Members always welcome. Visitors can
Unit 203B, Newmarket, (SW-corner of
join us on our hikes on over 300km of
treats, local entertainment and cultural
attend for free. Visit: www.ysnaturalists.com
Harry Walker Pkwy.) The Canadian Tai
moraine trail! ORTA offers guided hikes of all
artists from 1 to 3pm. This is a family friendly
for more information.
Chi Academy is a registered charitable
difficulties & lengths, weekdays & weekends.
event with free admission for everyone.
Some are targeted at families; others are
oriented towards adults while others have a
organization (No. 85630 8366 RR0001)
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11
teaching tai chi for health and relaxation.
STARTING THE YEAR OFF RIGHT Bethel
For more classes or information please call
strong nature focus. Hike schedules & related
Christian Reformed Church, 333 Davis Drive,
information can be found under the ‘Hiking’
Service, 10:30am at Newmarket Public
Newmarket. 9:15-11:15am. Enjoy a Morning Out
tab at www.oakridgestrail.org
Library, 438 Park Avenue. WHITE STONE
for just $6 (first-timers $4). Please Lug-a-Mug.
SERVICE – “Setting a New Direction for
Babysitting provided upon request. Feature: Dr.
2017”. Info: 416-627-2380, 905-830-0331,
Shahira Boulos MD. Music & Speaker: Celeste
A fund raiser organized by the Rotary Club
Zugec, Bradford. Presented by Newmarket
of Newmarket. Please join this Progressive
Christian Women’s Connection in Association
Euchre Game of 8 rounds, at 6:45pm for
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4 AURORA
Talk$ Series. The New Law That Puts
Investors First!! 7pm. Magna Room. FREE
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION You are
with RSVP Ministries. For reservations and
games starting at 7pm sharp. 55 Forhan
invited to our 14th Anniversary of Christ
cancellations please call Marietta at 905-895-
Drive, Newmarket. $10 each includes light
the King Graceland, Independent Anglican
9312 or email Carol Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org
snacks. New players welcome. Contact Guy
in economics & financial planning. Call
Church. Service 11am followed by lunch. Held
Aurora Public Library Adult Information
at the Royal Canadian Legion, 707 Srigley
THE PROBUS CLUB OF AURORA
Desk: 905-727-9494, ext. 275 or visit
Monthly meeting from 10am to 12pm. at
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14
the Royal Canadian Legion, 105 Industrial
HAM DINNER AT BRADFORD UNITED
Parkway North. Guest speakers will be
CHURCH A hearty dinner of ham, scalloped
from Doctors Without Borders. For more
potatoes, vegetables, salad, bread/rolls, dessert,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 5
JANUARY 8 & 22 FREE
Sovak at email@example.com to register.
UNITY OF NEWMARKET - 7:15pm,
information call Program Chair Cliff White
and tea/coffee/juice is being served from 4:30-
“CLEANSING WATERS”, a special Service
welcomes adults (from francophones to
at 905-841-2421. New members welcome!
7pm. Tickets $16/adults, $8/children, available
of Release – “Cleanse and Refresh Your
beginners) looking to put their French
Call Gary Gilbert at 905-895-2849 or be our
by calling 905-775-7268 and also at the door on
Spirit” at Budokan Judo Club, Unit 3, 620
guest at the meeting.
January 14th. Advance arrangements for take-out
Steven Court, Newmarket.
action. 3pm to 5pm. Country Style Deli/
Bistro, 14980 Yonge St. (just south of
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12
Church before 3pm on January 13th. The Church is
the library on the west side) in Aurora.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEETING
located at 66 Barrie Street, in Bradford. Proceeds
Meeting at 7:30-9pm to discuss current
to support Bradford United Church and its
human rights issues and write appeal
charities. We look forward to seeing you!
JANUARY 5 & 19
meals to be delivered to your home – contact the
letters. Held at Trinity Anglican Church (in
GROUP This group welcomes adults (from
JANUARY 9 & 11
The Rectory building behind the church), 79
SUNDAY, JANUARY 15
francophones to beginners) looking to put
WOMEN’S DANCE AEROBICS PROGRAM
Victoria St., Aurora – all welcome! For more
CALLING ALL WRITERS! Kick off the New
their French language CONVERSATION skills
- FREE TRIAL NIGHT WITH DANCEIT!
information call Renee or Len: 905-713-6713.
Year with a positive push from Mindshift
into action. 6pm to 8pm. Covernotes Tea &
DanceIt is a unique women’s fitness program
Ninja. Do you ever wonder why you struggle
Coffee House, 10268 Yonge St. (beside the
that uses a variety of music and moves. Dance
Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts).
your way to fitness while moving to Latin, Pop,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 19 & 26
writing? Please join us when we invite Dr.
Swing, Jazz, Rock, Bollywood & more, all in 1
UNITY OF NEWMARKET STUDY GROUP
Yashar Khosroshahi and Ayla Khosroshahi
hour classes offered twice a week. For more
7:30-9pm. Book study & discussion – “THE
to present the Neuroscience of Creativity:
details & to register for your FREE TRIAL call
UNTETHERED SOUL – the journey beyond
Optimising Your Brain’s Power. Our meeting
ONGOING UNTIL JANUARY 8
Cindy at 289-221-0054, or email, cindan@
yourself” by Michael A. Singer, at Budokan Judo
will take place at the Newmarket Public
WINTER WONDERLAND & NEWMARKET
rogers.com. All ages & fitness levels. WE CAN’T
Club, Unit 3, 620 Steven Court, Newmarket. All
Library from 1-4pm. For more information
ICE LOUNGE NEWMARKET RIVERWALK
WAIT TO “SHAKE IT” with you!
welcome! Info: 416-627-2380, 905-830-0331,
and registration please visit the Writers’
Community of York Region website at
COMMONS (200 Doug Duncan Drive).
with writer’s block or procrastinate with your
Lights will be on display every night from 6
TUESDAY, JANUARY 10
to 9pm. December 2nd will also be the first
CANADIAN TAI CHI ACADEMY OPEN
JANUARY 12 & 26
Frozen Friday of the season. Join us every
HOUSE Looking for balance? Try a free first
Friday for lights, music, treats, outdoor
class, 7:00 pm at 1220 Stellar Dr., Unit 203B,
skating and train rides on the Tim Horton’s
Newmarket, (SW-corner of Harry Walker
welcomes adults (from francophones to
GREENTIGER SPECIAL 2 for 1 $50 total.
Express Train. Train rides will also be available
Pkwy.) The Canadian Tai Chi Academy is
beginners) looking to put their French
Study of the Internal Arts; Chi Kung, Nei
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wcyork.ca. We look forward to sharing this
writing experience with you.
MONDAY, JANUARY 16
will conduct experiments – both culinary &
preventative and tonic exercises for bones
scientific. Workshop includes games, crafts
and joints, breathing, repetitive strain, lower
and a tour of the Museum. Participants
back. Join us for your weekly work out. www.
should bring their own nut-free lunch. Non-
members: $40, Members: $32. Cost includes all materials and snacks. Recommended
SOUTHLAKE CINEMANIA PRESENTS...
ages: 5-12. Pre-registration is required. Visit
“THE EAGLE HUNTRESS” a spellbinding
www.townofws.ca/museum for details!
Imagine your home, totally organized!
Kung, Tai Chi, Lok Hup Ba Fa, Tao Yin. Gentle,
film about a young girl’s journey to female at
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Holland Landing Library & Mount Albert
Church Street, Aurora, presents Han Chen,
Libraries and at the door at 6:30pm.
Piano as part of the Great Artist Music Series.
Silvercity Theatre Newmarket. Film 7pm.
First prize winner, 5th China International
Piano Competition. Tickets $28 (senior/
student), $34 (adult). For information, visit
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18
auroraculturalcentre.ca, or purchase over the
MEN’S PROBUS CLUB OF NEWMARKET
phone at 905-713-1818.
Meeting the third Wednesday each month at Seton Hall (17955 Leslie Street) from 10am to noon. Call
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21
Jay at 905-727-4089 or come to a meeting.
THE TUMBLE TOT CO. & TORNADOS GYMNASTICS Open House3-5pm. 1–1166
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19
Gorham Street, Newmarket.
PROSTATE CANCER CANADA NETWORK Newmarket Support Group Meeting for
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22
January. Newmarket Seniors Meeting Place,
UNITY OF NEWMARKET Sunday Service,
474 Davis Drive, Halls 4 & 5, Newmarket.
10:30am at Newmarket Public Library,
Meet and greet at 6:30 with meeting 7
438 Park Avenue. “STEADY IN THE
to 9pm. The presenter and topic to be
WIND” – the Power of FAITH in Action.
confirmed. Everyone is welcome. Contact
Phone Number: 905-895-1975. Web address:
TUESDAY, JANUARY 24 THE AURORA CULTURAL CENTRE 22
CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY
Church Street in Aurora, invites you to
explore your creative side this winter with
(CFUW) Meeting at the Royal Canadian
a variety of tempting instructional arts
Legion, 105 Industrial Pkwy. N. Doors open at
classes for all ages. From wood carving to
7pm for meeting at 7:30pm. CFUW provides
acrylics, ukulele to watercolours, and so
an opportunity for ANY WOMAN regardless
much more. To explore the offerings, visit
of educational level who is seeking either
auroraculturalcentre.ca, or call 905-713-1818.
friendship, activities, educational interests, social
Winter classes start this week!
activism and or community involvement. For
more information contact www.cfuwaurora/
AURORA MONTESSORI SCHOOL OPEN
Newmarket.com or Syl at 905-836-4291. This
HOUSE 6:30pm to 8pm. 330 Industrial
meeting, Chris Vaughan will be speaking on
Parkway N., Aurora
Astronomy. Come and check us out.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25
REIKI LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATION TRAINING
AURORA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Give yourself the gift of awakening your natural
Speaker Series, History of Madness. 7-9pm.
healing & intuitive abilities for yourself & your
Hillary House National Historic Site, 15372
loved ones. Over the three sessions you will
Yonge Street, Aurora. Join the Aurora Historical
receive 4 attunements & learn the history & magic
Society for the start of our 2017 Speaker Series
of the Usui System of Natural Healing. Thurs/
with Geoffrey Reaume and the History of
Fri: 7-10:30pm & Sat: 9:30am-5:30pm. Price is
Madness Since Ancient Times. $7/each, $5
$250.00 + HST. Includes manual, certificate,
for AHS Members. For more information or
refreshments & lunch on Sat. Reiki Master, Karen
to reserve your seat contact 905-727-8991 or
Armstrong. Register 905-836-2781 or http://in-
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Church Street, Aurora, is pleased to announce
can be made in our kitchens? Participants
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Classics Two! This 5-piece is back by popular
“DENIAL” a riveting true-life courtroom
demand after a sold out house last year.
drama starring Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall.
Tickets $30, Advance, $35 Day of Concert. For
Tickets $10. Sold at Holland Landing Library &
information, visit auroraculturalcentre.ca or
Mount Albert Libraries and at the door at 6:30pm.
purchase over the phone at 905-713-1818.
Silvercity Theatre Newmarket. Film 7pm.
PSYCHOTHERAPY & EFT Do you feel
Psychotherapists, 905-726-4341 or email
stalled in your life? Unable to move through
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28
can be understood & worked through.
For more information, please call Luanne Jakobi, Registered Psychotherapist, CRPO, Clinical Member - Ontario Society of
a situation, find a solution, improve a
EUCHRE PARTY AT BRADFORD UNITED
TUESDAY, JANUARY 31
relationship, release your fears & anxiety,
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CHURCH 1:30-3:30 at 66 Barrie Street in
AURORA GREEN DRINKS Interested in
enjoy life? Psychotherapy can provide a
Painful Feet? Numbness or Tingling Due to
Bradford (telephone 95-775-7268). Tickets
connecting with community members who
safe space for support & insight. Extended
Diabetes? Plantar Fasciitis? Arthritis? Relief
are $10/person and may be obtained at the
are passionate about the environment and
health benefits available. Patzia Gonzalez,
from your discomfort is just a call away at
door. Proceeds to support Bradford United
sustainable development? Location: Aw Shucks
Registered Psychotherapist, CRPO. 905-
905-954-5512 for a Soothing 1 hour Foot
Church and its charities. Refreshments and
Seafood Bar & Bistro, 15230 Yonge Street,
235-0547; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.
Massage. Gift certificates available for all
prizes will be provided. Come and join us for
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occasions. Visit www.crystalreflexology.ca.
an enjoyable social afternoon of cards. We
com or 905-503-5008 for more information.
look forward to seeing you.
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CHURCH 8-11am, 66 Barrie Street in Bradford,
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telephone 905-775-7268. Make a donation to
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244 Main St. S., Newmarket. Please call
lineage classes, such as Sacred Geometry,
905-895-9636 for further information.
Astral Travel, and the Empower Thyself
Initiation are also available. For details,
make these treasures your own. The January 28th Treasures Sale will predominantly be
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10
a book sale. Proceeds to support Bradford
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United Church and its charities. If you have
Church Street, Aurora, in conjunction with The
goods that you wish to sell at prices you
Aurora Winter Blues Festival, proudly presents
EMOTIONALLY DISTRESSED? When
determine, a table may be rented for $15 –
Diana Braithwaite and Chris Whiteley in a
someone has been stuck for a while,
BURN FAT AND SCULPT MUSCLE IN
contact the Church for table rentals. Hope to
Friday Night Blues Party. A raucous good time
is anxious, or feeling emotionally off
JUST 30 MINUTES! Try our 30 minute
see you at the Treasures Sale!
of hot blues awaits! Tickets $30 Advance,
balance, there is a need for knowledgeable
HIIT classes. Experience great fat burning
$35 Day of Concert. For information, visit
support. A psychotherapist can provide
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MONDAY, JANUARY 30
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workouts for busy women. Personalized
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to improve your communication. We
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focus on 3 elements, speaking, listening
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& leadership. Meetings are the 2nd, 4th,
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morning at the Newmarket Seniors
& develop lasting friendships. To apply or for
& occasional 5th Tuesday, 7-9pm. at the
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further information please contact Filomena
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but are hesitant? Experience a small class
of music and fellowship. If you are
Di Ruscio at 1-800-563-0887 ext. 5207 or via
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looking to join, contact Blair Hammond
welcome. For more information contact
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LEARNING DISABILITIES ASSOCIATION
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The Newmarket group of OA meets each
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Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30pm. at the
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each month, from 7:30 to 9:30pm, at the
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Youth BEAT Applying to University By Samantha Forani, Graduate of McMaster University It is that time of year. The Holidays are sadly over, it is snowy and cold, and deadlines for university applications are looming. For those who are unaware, the deadline for all university applications to the OUAC is January 11th. Note that you can apply after this date, but not all universities will accept them, so missing this deadline is not recommended. Now most of you will have already applied. But with the busy Holiday season many others will have forgotten. Applying to university is not something you want to rush though. Applying to the right university means knowing what you want to dedicate yourself to for the next four years. Meeting with a guidance counsellor will always help with this if you are not sure. Right around this time 6 years ago, I was sitting with my guidance counselor panicking about whether I was ready to go to university or if I should do a victory lap like my older brother did. A victory lap is a great decision for many people. My brother for example, was not sure what he wanted to do at the end of grade 12. His victory lap gave him the time to figure things out and he is now a nurse. I however did not take a victory lap and it was a great decision. I was very excited to go to university and loved my program (English and Cultural Studies at McMaster University) and now work in Human Resources.
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But it is not just a matter of finding out what you want to study, but what school will offer the best program for you, and university will not always be the answer for that. For many programs, college is a better option as it is often more hands-on in the classroom. For instance many college engineering or electrician courses are great for the handson learning aspect. As well, trade schools for programs like construction and carpentry are a great decision as well. Making this decision will also mean choosing what you want to graduate with (i.e. a diploma, degree, certificate, etc.). Each educational institution will reward a different document of completion. A certificate is specific to a single skill set or industry (i.e. electrician). A diploma is similar to this but usually goes more in depth. Degrees are awarded to successful graduates of universities and colleges for completing their program of study. Now this is a lot to put into a short article, but these are all important things to think about when applying to postsecondary studies and what will be best for you. Researching the things I have mentioned further will be beneficial to anyone who is unsure about the right path for them. Postsecondary education is a big decision so make sure it is the right one for you!
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Recipe of the Month Honey Fennel and Grapefruit Glazed Chicken
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