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A weekend suggestion: For insights and expert information about the wonderful world of #wine from a certified #sommelier, follow @vivamovino on Twitter

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Introducing our new 'Ask the Dietitian' column. Today's question: Are there foods I can eat to strengthen my immune system this winter so that I won’t get the flu?

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How does cheddar cheese get its orange hue? From this tropical fruit (no joke!). #spices   http://rustikmagazine.com/how-spices-grow/

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social innovation!
Street Sleeper are upcycling old PVC billboards into survival sleeping bags for the homeless

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For generations, Canadians have come to accept whatever cuts of meat happened to be on the shelves in grocery store meat coolers – the various roasts, the ribeyes, the sirloins – conveniently (if a bit aseptically) packaged in styrofoam and plastic. That…

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Urban #beekeeping: Giving country bees a run for their honey

From Vancouver to Halifax to Chicago, and even the White House in Washington, D.C., bee hives are popping up in cities across North America.

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One woman's campaign to plant poppies in honour of the Great War is taking off across Canada

A retiree from Ontario is the force behind a nationwide movement to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War.

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Meals in the age of Shakespeare would likely include rampion, scorzonera, salsify, or skirret – vegetables that have now become all but forgotten.

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Answers to six of the most common problems facing gardeners. Think of it as your technical support desk.

There are no silver bullets or one-size-fits-all answers in making thumbs greener. But here are answers to a few of the most common gardening questions.

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In our ongoing series on #familyfarming, one #NS family has been working the land since 1763. #IYFF

in Falmouth, Nova Scotia, one farm has been in the same family since 1763.
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