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As you begin to make your travel plans for the summer, keep Canada’s own magnificent lakes in mind. Canada is home to countless outdoor masterpieces with breathtaking views and ample recreation activities, including fishing, hiking and boating all available for your family vacation. Here are a few of Canada’s top lakes to consider for your vacation this summer. (more…)
Every small business owner knows your local customer base is the life blood of your company’s success. But after you’ve established a quality reputation around your community, it is important to expand to new areas and find ways to grow your revenue. One opportunity can be found in attracting tourists to your location, especially during the spring and summer months when foot traffic and community events are more prevalent. Here are a few tips to help draw travelers to your business:
* Gather information about the tourists that visit your community. Obtain consumer profiles from your local tourism office or Chamber of Commerce. This information will help you identify what type of products and services best fit their wants and needs. Your local customer base can also share insights as to what initially drew them to your small business, which can help you direct those offers to travelers. Tourists travel to cities and locations for the experience — give them one. (more…)
Creating a budget can be stressful but mapping out all of your family’s finances and expenses is crucial to living a debt-free life and saving up for a special family dream like a house or vacation. April is tax time and a great opportunity for you to gather all of your income statements and allocate your funds to properly manage your money. Whether you own a small business or are the head of a household, managing money is an exceptionally helpful skill. Here are seven tips to help budget your family’s money for the year:
* Keep it simple. No matter the form in which you keep your budget, whether it’s on the computer using programs like Quicken or Excel or using a pencil and paper to map out your monthly expenses, the only thing that matters is you make a budget and stick to it. (more…)
Tax time is upon us as many Canadian residents are gathering information on the income they earned over the past year and filing their taxes to the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA). The due date to file your taxes is April 30. If you haven’t filed yet, here are a few tips to help you save time or money on this year’s taxes:
* Before filing it is important to gather all the income slips from your employer, including the T4 and T5 slips, receipts from personal employment or from any tax deductions you wish to claim, your social insurance number and a copy of last year’s tax form to reference. Having all these in one place will make filing out your taxes quick and easy. (more…)
The Nunavut territory is vast and unknown to many who are not from the region; Google intends to change that by adding Nunavut’s capital city, Iqaluit to the search engine’s constantly growing list of Street View maps available on its mapping platform.
Google Maps Street View service allows Google users to see panoramic, 360-degree pictures throughout cities, towns and regions. From schools and businesses to churches and homes, Google Street View provides “social geography” – as opposed to the raw geography that depicts mountains, lakes and settlements. But obtaining the photos necessary for Google’s Street View technology invites a new set of problems unique to the region.
On Baffin Island’s Frobisher rests the city of Iqaluit. Due to the remote nature of the city, it is far too expensive for Google to send vehicles to the region. Some of the roads are difficult to reach in the winter and nonexistent in the summer. Google wanted to capture Iqaluit during the winter, the city’s dominant season, which meant finding an adventurous and fit group of individuals. (more…)
Each year on March 20th Canadians and 75 other predominantly French-speaking and culturally influenced states and countries celebrate the International Day of La Francophonie. The celebration honors the signing day of the treaty that created the first intergovernmental body of La Francophonie in 1970, called the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie.
The organization includes 56 members and 19 observing countries comprised of countries and states where a significant portion of the population has a notable affiliation with French culture or language. Every two years the International Organization of La Francophonie holds a summit where the heads of state and government of all the member countries meet and discuss four topics: (more…)
After a long, cold winter, nothing makes kids happier than a week off from school and a sneak peek of spring weather during March break. Planning for the time off helps eliminate the midweek restlessness many kids face during their time away from school and regular activities. Here are five ways to help avoid the boredom and enjoy a fulfilling March break with your kids: (more…)