In a few days you’ll find Olivia Clarke racing through corridors, nestling in lecture halls and meeting deadlines in her new student apartment. The Burlington native, who is in her second year of Political Science at a Hamilton University, is happy she moved out of her old residence. Last year Clarke says she was
  When that summer heat hits the fan, there’s nothing more satisfying than cranking up the AC. But Birnie Home Safe says that if you’re using a portable air conditioner (PAC) to stay cool, make sure its plugged into a dedicated circuit or else you’ll really heat things up around the house.  The Mississauga-based licensed electrical

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    In her spare time Janice Lee enjoys going on walks and listening to music but the Renfrew Ontario native is an athlete in every sense of the word. Over the next few days Lee will take to the softball field for the 2017 Special Olympics Ontario Provincial Summer Games. From July 13th to 16th,
  Each year it is estimated that electrical surges account for $26 billion in lost time, repairs and equipment,1 but a whole home surge protection system can reduce this number. A surge is a momentary spike in voltage above the designated flow of electricity in your home. These spikes, which only last a few milliseconds or less, can range