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Christmas at Choices for Youth

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“Thirty percent of the homeless population in St. John’s are between the ages 16-24. For them, and for many others, the holidays are not a happy time — they’re a reminder of being in a position of extreme vulnerability.”

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Mental health and Christmas

in It Takes All Kinds by

The trouble with expectations

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Best gift to yourself? Self-care!

in Lassie Bread and Roses by

Taking care of yourself is important, especially during these cold, darker months of the year.

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Come home for Christmas

in Home and Away by

Living a world away puts the holiday season in a very different perspective.

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Surviving the holiday season

in Mum's the Word by

The holidays are about building memories, not buying them.

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Fighting the war on the ‘War on Christmas’

in Letters by

“Christmas is both sacred and secular.”

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The phony war on Christmas

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, so when someone says “Happy Holidays,” don’t be a putz.

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Letting go

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Sometimes letting go is the best way to make good things happen

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Expecting the unexpected

in Home and Away by

As Christmas approaches in Dubai, it’s an unusual combination of the familiar and the unexpected

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Light in the darkness

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The beauty and simplicity of the rural life shines forth with a special glow at Christmas

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Sin and redemption

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A tragic irony at Christmas time…

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Have a ‘happy happy happy’ holiday

in Featured/Mad Thoughts by

And now for the final mad thought of the year: a reflection on the sane frivolity of the holiday season.

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Home for Christmas

in Featured/Home and Away by

When you’re far from home, the magic of the season appears in unlikely ways

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Giving credit where credit is due

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Brandon explores giving gifts that keep on giving, and growing, our communities and those around the world for this holiday season

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Christmas music and tea with The Once

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Local band end busy year with a new album and a Christmas tour across the province

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Loner, not lonely

in Acid & Base/Featured by

On the virtue of solitude

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Tiny Tim needed more than turkey

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…and so do a growing number of Canadians

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Claustrophobia

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‘Tis the season…

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