15 Top Tips to Winter-Proof Your Home

Winter will be here before you know it. You must therefore take the steps to prepare your home for the colder months. To help you do so, we have accumulated some top tips to help you enter a warm and inviting home each day. Find out how to winter-proof your home. Maintain Your Roof It only takes one missing or cracked tile to allow rain to enter your home, which can cause damp or rot. It is therefore important to maintain and repair your roof to protect your property. However, don’t climb … [Read more...]

How to be a Winter-Ready Woman

Are you always disorganized when winter comes around? Sure, you might have bought those supplements and spent a fortune on a new wardrobe, but does it really need to be so difficult? Not to mention, it can be embarrassing having to admit defeat and ask for help when it all gets too much. Worry not! This is your year to be a winter-ready woman, and get yourself and your life in order as the nights roll in. You don’t need to spend a fortune on fancy products either, in fact, by just making a few … [Read more...]

Winter Solstice 2015

Everything You Need to Know About the Winter Solstice From astronomy to religion, the year's shortest day brings enduring mysteries. The Northern Hemisphere's procession of dwindling days is about to reach its nadir. The winter solstice is the year's shortest day, but the start of winter also launches the sun's steady climb towards the long, warm days of summer. The solstice occurs on Tuesday, December 22 at 4:48 UTC—that's late Monday night across most of North America. It happens … [Read more...]

Winter Solstice 2014, celebrated DEC 21

The pagan holiday known as Yule falls on the winter solstice, which is Dec. 21 this year. Flickr December may be marked by Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa, but for pagans it’s the time to celebrate Yule. The holiday marks the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere (Sunday, Dec. 21, this year) and celebrates the rebirth of the sun and beginning of winter. It is one of the oldest winter celebrations known. The winter solstice is the longest night and shortest day of the year. The Earth’s … [Read more...]

Celebrate TORONTO ~ Winterlicious Starts Today!

  Winterlicious, Toronto's favourite winter foodie celebration, turns 10 in 2012 and kicks off today! Explore the Culinary Events series, with 11 unique experiences celebrating diverse cuisine while educating and entertaining. Plus, 175 of Toronto's top restaurants serve up delicious three-course prix fixe menus at appetizing price points. The Celebrate Toronto eNewsletter profiles events produced by Toronto Special Events, a division of Economic, Development & … [Read more...]

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