Energy

Lemons not only do they add abundant flavor to a variety of dishes, but they also boast a ton of health benefits. The flavonoids within the juice are said to contain antioxidants, which is why lemons are useful in treating so many ailments and condit

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Going Green

Green vegetables are nature’s multivitamin and are packed with antioxidants and nutrients such as vitamins A, C & K, calcium, potassium and iron, to name a few.

These nutrients are necessary for maintaining many different processes in yo

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Tips for Saving

Write a list before you go shopping – and stick to it. Invite friends over instead of going out. Avoid convenience foods and fast food.Buy quality appliances that will last.

Clean or change out your car’s air filter. Plan your meals aroun

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Alberta Energy Regulator to rethink Suncor tailings ponds cleanup program

Alberta’s electricity watchdog has consented to rethink an idea by Suncor Power to completely clean up its tailings waters to be able to take into consideration new engineering the oilsands big plans to-use. The Alberta Energy Regulator in March rejected the Calgary-centered company’s policy for its Century mine. Nevertheless the regulator mentioned in a correspondence […]

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Glencore trying to develop farming enterprise: President

Miner and trader Glencore is trying to broaden its farming enterprise via its collaboration with two Canadian resources, the company’s President mentioned on Friday, but does not have any programs to go into any products it doesn’t previously business. President Ivan Glasenberg was communicating per day after U.S. grains investor Bunge Ltd explained it had […]

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Barclays worst bank for blocking fraud claims

By Leah Milner For The Daily Mail Barclays has the worst record for unfairly rejecting fraud claims Barclays has the worst record for unfairly rejecting fraud claims, a study found. Its customers made around 5,800 complaints to the Financial Omdbusman about card fraud and disputed payments from April 2015 to February 2017. In more than […]

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Buyers set their bets on Trans Mountain pipeline project

British Columbians just done casting ballots in a election incurred by some being a referendum on fat transfer. Currently it’s Bay Street’s switch. Kinder Morgan Inc.’s Canadian supply is close-to a $1.75-thousand initial public offering of minimal voting stocks, earnings that would aid finance the firm’s Trans Mountain direction development – in the event the […]

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Jim Pattison raises share in infamous B.C. coal terminal

Vancouver billionaire Jim Pattison has raised his gamble over a transport final that’s been rocked from the danger of an export bar on thermal coal. Mr. Pattison is the greatest investor in Westshore Terminals Investment Corp., which works the coal-ship center situated south of Vancouver. He purchased another 724,600 Westshore stocks on the length of […]

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Ford Money launches best-buy 4 per cent regular saver

By Emma Gunn for Thisismoney.co.uk Challenger bank, Ford Money, has added a new regular saver and regular Isa saver to its line up, both paying four per cent.  The account lets you squirrel away between £25 and £250 every month, potentially earning £55.62 in interest on a total £3,000 pot.  Savers can find accounts paying five […]

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Now one-year savings bonds pay you 1.55%

By Sylvia Morris For The Daily Mail Top deal: A one-year fixed-rate bond is now 1.55 per cent from Charter Savings Bank Interest rates on fixed-rate deals offered by new banks are creeping up. The top deal on a one-year fixed-rate bond is now 1.55 per cent from Charter Savings Bank. Snapping at its heels […]

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