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Dads On What Sex Is Really Like When You’re Trying For A Baby

All eyes tend to be on the woman when a few make the decision to try for a baby. Sure, conception is a two-player game. But there’s a presumption that having sex all the time must be every man’s dream. Sounds exciting, right? Lots of sex! No more condoms! In fact, no need to worry…
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The Best Homemade Christmas Decorations To Make With Your Kids

Christmas is the perfect time to get crafty – not only because it’s a great festive activity that doesn’t have to cost a lot, but also because you can use your creations to deck the hall, indeed any room in the house, and feel even merrier. Of course, the drawback of getting crafty at home with…
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How To Make A Reverse Advent Calendar For Those In Need Of Help This Christmas

HuffPost: HumanKind brings you an advent calendar of kindness, celebrating good deeds and the people doing them, in order to inspire and bring hope this festive season. Find out more about the series, and uncover new stories daily here. How do you count down to Christmas? You might be a staunch devotee of the classic chocolate…
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Can I Find Someone Who Loves Christmas More Than Me? A Festive Investigation

My name is Natasha Hinde and I bloody love Christmas. There’s something completely and utterly magical about this time of year: the food, the drink, the get togethers, the twinkling lights, not to mention the German markets, mulled wine and piling on all the warm winter woollies you can muster – it sends me into…
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Christmas Food Ideas: Where To Buy The Cheapest Christmas Dinner

This year’s Christmas dinner shall decided you back more than last year’s, as reported by to Good Housekeeping’s annual Christmas shopping basket index. Analysts tracked the price of 11 Christmas dinner staples across 10 popular supermarkets and found seven supermarkets are more expensive than last year, with only the Co-op, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s dropping their prices. When…
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He’s no chicken: Michael McCain bets a few $700M on his company’s future, but he’s one of few

The Canadian business establishment doesn’t part with its cash easily. Ask Mark Carney, the former Bank of Canada governor, who chided executives in 2012 for guarding a hoard of “dead money,” a barb that became shorthand for the post-crisis disconnect between surging corporate profits and sluggish business investment. The issue remains; Statistics Canada reported Nov.…
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The dinner that built a deal: Inside Sleep Country’s acquisition of startup Endy

The top executives of Sleep Country Canada were waiting for an Uber after a five-hour business dinner in downtown Toronto this August, when they knew they were close to a deal. “These are the guys,” Stewart Schaefer, Sleep Country’s chief business development officer, told his colleagues, gesturing to the two 30-something business partners walking away…
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USMCA signed, but not yet sealed and delivered. Stay tuned

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau signed off on a new trilateral trade deal with the United States and Mexico Friday, ending a 15-month chapter of difficult negotiations whilst simultaneously opening up rocky new one in which U.S. President Donald Trump shall face the “Herculean task” of getting the pact approved by Congress. Doubts about whether Trudeau…
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Microsoft surpasses Apple as most valuable public company

Microsoft’s big bet on cloud computing is paying off as the company has surpassed Apple as the world’s most valuable publicly traded company. The software maker’s prospects looked bleak just a few years ago, as licenses for the company’s Windows system fell with a sharp drop in sales of personal computers. But under CEO Satya…
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Brian Pallister says feds need to look at their own trade barriers

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says the federal government needs to look at its own trade barriers instead of focusing on the provinces. Pallister says current statements by federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Internal Trade Minister Dominic LeBlanc have dealt mainly with interprovincial trade barriers. Pallister says the federal government needs to admit its…
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