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3 essential tips for winter car care

(NC) Do you feel a little less confident working under the hood of a newer vehicle these days? With all of the technology involved, modern engine complexity may be the primary reason for a decline in do-it-yourself automobile care. “It’s true that the big maintenance jobs might be best left to skilled mechanics, and yet, a few of the DIY ...

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Conduct quick maintenance checks for safe winter driving

(NC) An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and this is especially true when it comes to the major investment we make in our vehicles. “Winter is harsh on automobiles with deepfreeze temperatures, slippery conditions, plus stop-and-go gear changing,” says Colin Dilley at Prestone, a leading name in engine protection products. Here, Dilley gives us a few ...

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3 essential tips for winter car care

(NC) Do you feel a little less confident working under the hood of a newer vehicle these days? With all of the technology involved, modern engine complexity may be the primary reason for a decline in do-it-yourself automobile care. “It’s true that the big maintenance jobs might be best left to skilled mechanics, and yet, a few of the DIY ...

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December 2016

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SUSTAINING THE NELSON MANDELA HYPOTHESIS

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By  Dr. Ignatius Odianosen Okosun (PhD). Afri was a Latin name used to refer to the inhabitants of Africa, which in its widest sense referred to all lands south of the Mediterranean (Ancient Libya).This name seems to have originally referred to a native Libyan tribe. The name is usually connected with Hebrew or Phoenician ʿafar ‘dust’, but a 1981 hypothesis ...

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My Month of Solutions

My Month of Solutions By Pastor Amos Dada amos.dada@gmail.com   Welcome to the month of November our month of Solutions. Our God of abundant love and solutions will in the splendour of His Majesty couple with his sovereignty touch all  areas of your life that has defiled solutions since January this year or years past. God will give you heavenly ...

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The most exciting new gadgets launching in 2017

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The year is nearly over, as far as the tech world is concerned. Just about every major product that’s been announced is available to buy in time for the holidays. But 2017 is almost here, and we’re expecting a bunch of cool new products. Below you’ll find the most valuable gadgets likely to launch next year. Keep in mind this ...

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Mobile health apps: Helping your doctor help you

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(NC) You can’t sleep. Or your migraines seem to be getting more frequent and last longer. Maybe your blood pressure is not well controlled. Or you’re in danger of developing type two diabetes. You need help. Fortunately, there’s technology out there that can help you and your doctor work together to manage these common chronic conditions. Mobile health apps can ...

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Years!

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When do I need to change my furnace?

(NC) Is your furnace trying to tell you something? If your unit is more than 10 years old, it could be costing you both comfort and energy. Consider upgrading to a new energy-efficient furnace if your system is more than 10 years old, it’s unusually noisy, your home’s air is too dry or dusty, you need major parts replaced, or ...

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5 Key Tips for Preventing House Fire on Holidays

(NC) On average, a Canadian home burns every 55 seconds.  The risk of fire is especially heightened during the holiday season, when cooking and the use of electrical equipment are at their peak. Stay safe throughout the holidays and always by incorporating these key safety tips: Preparation is key. Make sure your home is equipped with fire-detecting devices and alarms, as ...

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Tenant Insurance 101 – All You Need to Know

(NC) There are two kinds of renters in Canada – those who have tenants insurance and those who don’t. According to a recent study conducted by Substance Strategies, more than half (53 per cent) of tenants in Canada are the kind that go uninsured. So what is causing this risk-taking phenomenon? It seems to be a lack of awareness. Below ...

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10 Things You Had No Idea Your iPhone Could Do

10 Things You Had No Idea Your iPhone Could Do By S.Ratko iPhones have many secrets that ordinary users like you and me might not know about. We did some research and decided to show you some cool hidden option we bet you don’t know about!   Take Siri to School Tired of Siri pronouncing things wrong? Next time she ...

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How Ottawa Can Start an Innovation Revolution in Canada

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“Government is a big buyer with many complex challenges. Entrepreneurs with innovative solutions to these problems should have a shot at solving them, don’t you think?” This question was asked this fall by federal Minister of Small Business and Tourism Bardish Chagger in a speech she gave to celebrate Small Business Week in Ottawa. But can the government actually do ...

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What to expect from tech in 2017: TVs held hostage, personalized healthcare and more

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Technology runs the world — and 2016 was the year that showed it’s full potential. The gadgets and the internet were at the centre of numerous year’s biggest stories, most notably the U.S. presidential election. From Facebook’s alleged fake news issue and accusations that Russian hackers have targeted the U.S. presidential election, technology was at the top of America’s political ...

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Boko Haram No Longer Has Stronghold in Nigeria

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Nigeria’s army has captured a key Boko Haram camp that was the Islamist militant group’s last enclave in its northeastern Sambisa forest stronghold, President Muhammadu Buhari said recently. Buhari said, “the terrorists are on the run and no longer have a place to hide. Nigerian military has been carrying out a large-scale offensive sweep in the Sambisa forest during the ...

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Get a grip on winter driving with proper tire maintenance

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(NC) As soon as the temperature drops to 7°C, many non-winter tires begin to lose traction and grip. Winter tires are typically made with a different rubber compound than all-season and summer tires, allowing them to remain softer during cold weather. This provides the flexibility that ultimately leads to excellent handling and traction even in the absence of snow or ...

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Prepare Your Car for the Winter with This Checklist

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(NC) Getting your car winter-ready at the beginning of the season will keep your family safer when temperatures drop and means you’ll have one less thing to worry about when a storm hits. Here are the areas you should focus on, with expert advice everyone can understand. Lights. Ensure all your exterior lights and signals are working, which are even ...

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