Posts By: Amanda

2013 Lilac Festival @ 4th Street

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On Sunday, May 26th, 2013 from 10am-6pm marked the 24th Annual 4th Street Lilac Festival. This free one day event is the start up to Calgary’s vibrant festival season, and encourages citizens to shake off their winter blues and reintroduce themselves to the thriving creative community in our city. Each spring, thousands of attendees come… Read more »

Looking for Restaurant Ideas in the Calgary Area?

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Voted the top 10 restaurants in Calgary, Alberta by Avenue Magazine in 2013. Teatro, Cassis Bistro, Bravo Bistro, Model Milk, Rouge, Home Tasting Room, Rush, Charcut Roast House, Alloy, Anju, Click here for more information. – Posted by Amanda Brash

Be Aware of Cyber Bullying

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Ever wondered what Cyber Bullying is and its effects? Cyber bullying statistics refers to Internet bullying. Cyber bullying is a form of team violence that can do lasting harm to young people. Bullying statistics show that cyber bullying is a serious problem among teens. By being more aware of cyber bullying, teens and adults can… Read more »

Fun Summer Activities!

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Summer is almost here, the weather is getting warmer and, for students, another school year is over! Looking for some fun summer activities? You’ve come to the right place; here are some ideas I’d like to share with you? Join a golf team; a ladie’s or men’s league Plan a camping trip or even two!… Read more »

Tips for saving for your next vacation!

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Are you planning your next vacation? Here are some tips for you to consider during your planning stages: Tip #1: Open a separate savings account at your Credit Union and name it your Vacation Fund! Tip #2: Make bi-weekly or monthly deposits into your new savings account. Tip #3: If you are planning your vacation… Read more »

Financial Tips for Students:

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1. Set A Monthly Budget This will help you control any spending habits you may have. An example of student monthly budgets can include a breakdown of: Bills Rent Food Expenses Spending Money Pay-Checks from your Employer, and Other Expenses Setting a budget is easy; sticking to it is the challenge. If you can maintain… Read more »