Archive for August, 2015

DIY Back to School Room Decor & Organization!

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End of Summer GHA Events

End of Summer GHA Events

August hails the end of summer, so enjoy your final days of fantastic weather at these amazing events Hamilton is hosting throughout the month! 2015 Festival of Friends – August 07, 2015 to August 09, 2015 The Festival of Friends is Canada’s largest free annual music festival. Since 1976, we have offered an array of music, arts, and crafts for all audiences of all ages. Cactus Festival Parade – August

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Kitchen Remodeling Trends for 2015-16

Kitchen Remodeling Trends for 2015-16

Transitional Kitchens While open concepts are certainly gaining popularity, some are reluctant to tear down all walls on the first floor. Well, transitional kitchens answer those fears and more. As the name suggests, transitional kitchens blend a functional kitchen space with a sit-down dining area, a comfortable living room or an outdoor space. With its open look, this type of kitchen allows easy flow from one area to another. Islands

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Three ways to effectively kill mildew and keep your bathroom squeaky clean:

Three ways to effectively kill mildew and keep your bathroom squeaky clean:

A mixture of bleach and warm water. Bleach is an effective way to kill mildew, however it can be toxic and emit strong fumes, so be sure to ventilate the bathroom and apply it carefully. Make a solution of half bleach and half warm water and put it in a spray bottle. Spray it on the mildew and use an old toothbrush or scrubber to scrub it away. Vinegar. Vinegar is

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Loonie at lowest point in more than a decade

Loonie at lowest point in more than a decade

TORONTO — The Canadian dollar dropped to levels not seen in more than a decade as the price of oil and gold both came under pressure. The loonie was down 0.47 of a cent at 76.76 cents US. That’s the lowest level since September 2004. The dollar has been on a downward slide since last summer, when the price of oil started to weaken. Oil prices dropped below the US$50

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