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One of North Bay’s top docs says wear a mask

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise as well as other respiratory infections, local health officials are encouraging people to masks up.

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise as well as other respiratory infections, local health officials are encouraging people to masks up.

Your Finances During the Crisis

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opinion | Find out how much contribution room is left in your RESP to avoid penalties

Opening a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a great way to fund your child’s future education. Personal finance contributor Christopher Liew outlines the contribution rules for RESPs and explains how to find out how much contribution room you have left so that you can avoid penalties.

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opinion | Is it a good time to buy a new vehicle?

If you're like many would-be vehicle shoppers, you may be wondering when prices will finally drop. The good news is that the vehicle market seems to be finally stabilizing, says personal finance contributor Christopher Liew.

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opinion | How to get the most out of your grocery rebate

Personal finance contributor Christoper Liew shares the latest information about who’s eligible for the grocery rebate, when they can expect their payments, and some helpful tips on making the most of your grocery rebate.

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opinion | Dos and don'ts of money while travelling

As a former financial advisor, I’ve always been fascinated by how the 'culture' around money differs from one region of the world to another,' writes personal finance commentator Christopher Liew. 'Today, I’ll outline some of the interesting money habits that I’ve noticed while travelling the globe, starting with some of our own!'

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Respirologist breaks down the health risks of wildfire smog

Respirologist Dr. Shawn Aaron explains how breathing in wildfire smoke can cause health problems like inflammation and blood clots.

Respirologist Dr. Shawn Aaron explains how breathing in wildfire smoke can cause health problems like inflammation and blood clots.