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To tip or not to tip?

To tip or not to tip?

(CNW) From calculating a tip in Mexico to chewing gum in Singapore, many Canadians admit they are baffled and sometimes mistaken when it comes to tipping etiquette and understanding customs when vacationing overseas, according to the TD First Class Travel International Etiquette Poll. The poll found three quarters of Canadians (76 percent) are planning on [...]

February 15, 2015 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

Labour of love: a musical composition

Labour of love: a musical composition

Robert Lemay, Sudbury composer   Update: Jan. 17, 2014   Contemporary and experimental music ensemble from New Brunswick in Sudbury for a performance. The Motion Trio will present the next concert in the 5-Penny New Music Concerts. The concert is on Saturday, Jan. 25, at St. Peter’s United Church at 8 pm. General admission is [...]

January 17, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Arts 0

Christmas by number

Christmas by number

  Christmas… by the numbers Information from Statistics Canada Shopping in December $36.8 billion – The amount of money Canadian shoppers spent in December 2005, up 6.6% from December 2004. $845 – The average amount each Canadian consumer spent in December 2005. This was almost $250 more than was spent on average during any other [...]

November 1, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Holiday 0

It’s zucchini season!

It’s zucchini season!

Zucchini is undoubtedly the most prevalent (and prolific) summer squash. It is usually dark green, often has longitudinal stripes of lighter green, and occasionally is yellow with green stripes. One half cup of cooked summer squash contains 16 calories, 1 gram of protein, 3 grams of carbohydrates, some vitamin A and C, and some fibre. [...]

August 2, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Savour Sudbury 0

Sailing the Canal du Midi

Sailing the Canal du Midi

The writer, his wife and a friend cruised the Canal du Midi this spring. This trip was to revolve around the canals of Europe. My wife, Linda, and I arrived in Amsterdam where we met our Australian friend, Nigel, and spent a few days cruising the famous canals before taking high speed trains down to [...]

February 20, 2013 Colin Hayward Travel 1

Welcome to Sweden

Welcome to Sweden

Welcome to Sweden. The country that offers so many opportunities, whatever kind of holiday you have in mind. Sweden is a safe country where everyone speaks English. From the far north to the deep south, Sweden has a wide variety of climates, activities and scenery that will stimulate your senses and satisfy your every need. [...]

September 1, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

Do you remember Nights in White Satin?

Everyone my age seems to be talking about their bucket lists—the things they want to do before they kick the bucket. I knocked a few off mine in the last year. I saw Paul McCartney play live in Toronto in the summer of 2010, and more recently I attended The Moody Blues concert in Windsor. [...]

February 4, 2012 Vicki Gilhula Uncategorized 0

No longer poles apart

No longer poles apart

For the majority of my life, Poland was a far-off land situated somewhere over the ocean, on the other side of world. Five years have passed since my memorable trip to Poland. I am amazed at the impact that journey had on my life. The experience was everything I did not expect and more than [...]

November 1, 2010 Krystyna Koskiniemi Travel 0

Chocolate

Chocolate

Researchers at San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, Italy, interviewed 153 women between the ages of 24 and 44 and found women who ate chocolate have better sex lives than women who don’t eat the heavenly treat. “Chocolate can have a positive physiological impact on a woman’s sexuality,” noted the study. This may explain something men [...]

November 1, 2010 Vicki Gilhula Savour Sudbury 0

Europe ‘must-see’ for Canadians

Europe ‘must-see’ for Canadians

Europe ‘must-see’ for CanadiansCanadians set sights on travel to Europe.Spring 2010(CNW) From the rolling hills of Tuscany to the sun-kissed Mediterranean and the rugged cliffs of the United Kingdom, Canadians have overwhelmingly (44 percent) chosen Europe as top of their travel list of all the places in the world to visit, reveals a Harris Decima [...]

March 1, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0