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  • Rare but serious complication of Lyme disease can attack the heart: doctor

    May 31/18, Category wellness

    A heart specialist in Kingston, Ont. is warning health care professionals across the country to be on the lookout for a rare...

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  • How technology will keep you connected at the cottage—In partnership with Mitsubishi Motors

    May 30/18, Category technology

    Imagine life without a commute—or at the very least a short trip. New technologies are helping cottagers connect and...

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  • Some interesting facts about carpenter ants

    May 30/18, Category general

    Carpenter ants get their name from the fact that they create their colonies by excavating space in damp or damaged wood....

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  • What to pack when opening up the cottage

    May 30/18, Category general

    It doesn’t matter whether your cottage has been in the family for 20 years or two years, preparing to open it for the summer...

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  • Zebra mussels flex reach, threaten northern Lake Winnipeg and Manitoba Hydro stations

    May 29/18, Category outdoors

    The zebra mussels that have invaded Lake Winnipeg might actually do some good for the southern end of the lake, but the...

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  • Fire destroys island cottage in Haliburton County

    May 29/18, Category real estate

    A fire destroyed an island cottage in Haliburton County on Saturday night. Around 7 p.m. the Dysart Fire Department was...

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  • Could Harry and Meghan be planning to honeymoon in Jasper?

    May 29/18, Category wellness

    The rumour mills are buzzing that Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, are planning to honeymoon –...

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  • How to work from the cottage (without ruining the cottage)

    May 17/18

    There’s a terrific sense of freedom that comes with the ability to work remotely. For those who choose to do so at...

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  • After a brush with Lyme disease, Nova Scotia woman develops all-natural tick repellent

    May 17/18

    As we enter the season of cottaging, campfires, beer koozies, and all of our other favourite things, outdoors enthusiasts...

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  • N.B. offers compensation for cottages damaged by historic flooding

    May 17/18

    FREDERICTON -- The New Brunswick government will compensate cottage owners whose properties were damaged by record-breaking...

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