Crystalizing Capital Gains

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Few can debate that these are the most uncertain of times. Wherever one looks around there is discernable political derision, growing economic inequality and most importantly we are in the middle of an unprecedented health crisis. The million dollar question remains how and where do we go from here? Acknowledging that personal, municipal, provincial & […]

Community Safety Zones in Caledon!

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All citizens of the realm inevitably become richer with the introduction of safety zones in their communities.] A recent article in the Caledon Enterprise highlighted the danger of reckless driving within Caledon. See the article linked below: Brampton truck driver charged in Hwy. 10 crash that killed Caledon woman Not only do our roads last longer, […]

Acts of Kindness!

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Acts of Kindness! During these most uncertain of times, do remember that being kind is the noblest of virtues. Presently, there are many amongst us that have been disadvantaged by the effects of the COVID-19 Quarantine. When one loses his or her sense of positivity in the present, it can be refreshing and calming to reference […]

Affordable Home Office Tips!

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Affordable Home Office Tips! Recently, working from home has become the new normal for millions. If this is your reality, surely you will benefit from the itemized list below with some straightforward tips our team has come up with to assist in making your working days more productive: 1. Pick a room (preferably with a […]

All Things Will Pass!

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All Things Will Pass! Franklin Delano Roosevelt once said “the only thing we have to fear is fear itsself” (Roosevelt, 1933, First Inaugural Address of Franklin D. Roosevelt). Sir Wilfred Laurier emphasized in a speech at Toronto’s Massey Hall that the 20th century would belong to Canada (Wilson-Smith, 2016). Speaking from personal opinion, it would […]