Load it, wash it, dry itNov 02, 2011
Canadian Living’s washer/dryer round up features Samsung’s WF431 washer and DV431 duo, which feature a PowerFoam cycle that evenly distributes detergent and removes deep stains faster than detergent alone. A Mix Load Bell notifies you when certain garments are dry so that they can be removed to allow more efficient drying of your remaining items.SEE MORE
A Ghoulish Good Time for LessOct 30, 2011
Sun Media’s Rita DeMontis discusses locations for seasonal sales and deals that won’t give your wallet a scare this Halloween. DeMontis states she found “the most astonishing goods, at excellent prices” at her local Walmart. All the hot items are easily found for great deals including indoor and outdoor decorations, lighting and a large variety of costumes.SEE MORE
Braiding BasicsOct 28, 2011
On October 28th, Beauty Editor, Chantal Simmons appeared on the Marilyn Denis Show to discuss the comeback of the braid hairstyle. She showed viewers three different braiding styles, advocating John Frieda Luxurious Volume Anytime Volume Refresher as a great product to use to perfect the ‘Fish Tail’ braid.
A toast to fallOct 26, 2011
The Fall 2011 issue of CityBites includes both the 2009 Le Clos Jordanne Vineyard, and the 2009 La Petite Colline Vineyard in the list of Top 2009 Pinot Noirs. Writer John Szabo states that the 2009 Le Clos Jordanne Vineyard is the best yet from Le Clos Jordanne, and the palate of the 2009 La Petite Colline Vineyard is beautifully elegant and delicate, like silk.SEE MORE
Everyone Can Be A Map MakerOct 23, 2011
Google is inviting every Canadian to become citizen cartographers with the launch of Map Maker in Canada. Now, Canadians will have the tools to go into Google Maps and add roads, rivers, bike paths, or that great coffee shop that only the locals seem to know about. Google’s ambition is to build a digital atlas that is being updated minute-by-minute... and to do so, we need Canadians to show their civic pride and express their local expertise. More than 20% of searches on Google are related to location, and detailed map information will be able to help Canadians better navigate the world and learn about new places, especially when what they seek is local information.
Map Maker is ushering in a revolutionary era of participatory mapping, in which all people are empowered to share their view of the world. Every user is a local expert who can share their local knowledge, experiences and points of view with millions and help shape Canada's map with their contributions.