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Best And Worst Places To Raise A Family According To Asher & Lyric

New research by travel site Asher & Lyric has broken down the best places to live in order to raise a family. To determine the most and least family-friendly countries, the couple rated 35 countries that are part of the

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Street Vendor Moved To Tears By Good Samaritan’s Kind Act – GNSOTD Mon, July 20th 2020

Jose Villa Ochoa, also known as Don Joel, from Santa Ana, California. This 94-year-old is still working as a street vendor because he has no other choice. That’s what 28-year-old Kenia Barragan found out when she took the time to

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7-Year-Old Reads Books For Kids Who Miss Story Time – GNSOTD Wed, June 24th 2020

If your kids miss gathering around for story time at school, one boy is helping to recreate the experience at home. Bryan Rumfelt, 7, of Brooklyn, New York, has a history of helping people. In September 2017, a storm system

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British Study On Music Shows Impressive Impact On Wellbeing

We are likely all familiar that music is beneficial, but the researchers over at The British Academy of Sound Therapy have been studying musics effects with intent to break down the numbers of it. What they found is rather interesting

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Giving Tuesday, December 3rd 2019

Today is Giving Tuesday, it’s a day that follows the shopping and saving themed days of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and the idea of it is to take that mindset of spending and put it back into the true

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Good Friend Still Shows Up Every Week Even After Retiring – GNSOTD Tuesday, Dec 3rd, 2019

Giving doesn’t always mean spending money, or giving things, it can also mean giving your time. And that is what one RCMP Sergeant, Pierre Gosselin, had been doing every Tuesday for years; watching the Sergeant Major’s Parade, a training exercise for cadets.

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Christmas Lights Are Lit Around The Region With More To Come

This weekend saw the first batch of Santa Claus Parades and also the lighting of many lights around the various regions. If you are looking to take a trip with the family to see some of the lighting displays currently available

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Daylight Saving Time – Time To Fall Back This Weekend

It’s time to change the clocks, our twice a year experience of feeling tired and out of whack is back again this weekend. We will be putting an end to Daylight Saving Time (DST) and going to Standard Time (ST). Sunday,

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Later School Times Now Law In California

While there are some early risers out there, quite often as kids get older they find getting up early to be more difficult; and there is some science to back that up. The American Academy of Pediatrics released a study which recognized

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Daylight Savings Time Comes This Weekend

Daylight Saving Time starts again this weekend, as most of Canada springs forward for 2019. The time change happens this Sunday, March 10th, at 2 a.m., when clocks move forward by one hour. So before you go to sleep on Saturday

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