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    Four Tips for a Functional Kitchen

    24
    Feb
    posted on 24 February 2022 / 0 Comments

    The kitchen is one of the rooms most used in a house. It’s a living space in its own right for most people. For special occasions—but especially for everyday life—a functional kitchen is essential. It must be designed according to its size, adapted to your own way of cooking and according to your tastes and habits! Here are 5 tips to design and maintain a functional kitchen without having to spend a fortune! 

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    The ABC’s of Winter Clothing

    12
    Jan
    posted on 12 January 2022 / 0 Comments

    Snow, storms, snow accumulation, cold... These are words that scare some people, but are also warmly welcomed by winter sports lovers. It is well known that to enjoy winter, it's a must to meet these two criteria: take part in one or more winter sports and, above all, know how to dress well to be comfortable, even in extreme cold! EDQ has put together some expert tips to help you enjoy the winter season to the fullest!

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    Do Some “House Cleaning” Inside You… for Yourself!

    14
    Dec
    posted on 14 December 2021 / 0 Comments

    As we approach the holiday season and the New Year, it’s important to sit down and take stock. Do some "house cleaning" within yourself and for yourself in order to let go of all the tensions, memories and objects from the past—in short, anything that is holding you back in your desire to move forward.

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    Our Grandmothers’ Apron: A Fading History

    16
    Nov
    posted on 16 November 2021 / 0 Comments

    An apron is a garment with a thousand uses and full of history that has travelled through the ages. An excellent symbol of hospitality, its main purpose is to protect the clothing of the wearer. When we think of an apron, we immediately imagine a mother or grandmother busy in the kitchen, preparing a good meal.

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    Pumpkins — From Decorating to Tasting

    28
    Oct
    posted on 28 October 2021 / 0 Comments

    Like cucumbers, squash, zucchini, melons and watermelons, pumpkins come from the cucurbit family. Originally from Mexico, this large fruit from an annual plant bearing the same name never ceases to amaze us for its versatility.

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    How to Properly Care for Your Clothes in 7 Simple Steps

    31
    Aug
    posted on 31 August 2021 / 0 Comments

    With the popularity of “fast fashion”, we buy trendy clothes at low prices, but often their quality is poor. Taking the time to choose fashionable and comfortable clothes, produced fairly and locally, enables us to keep them longer. Let's encourage "slow fashion"!

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    Mini-Guide to the Perfect Camping Getaway

    08
    Jul
    posted on 8 July 2021 / 0 Comments

    The call to restrict foreign travel in order to limit the impacts of COVID-19 is prompting many Quebecers to stay in our beautiful province once again during their summer vacation time.

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    A Little Guide for the Perfect Mover presented by Entraide diabétique du Québec

    28
    Jun
    posted on 28 June 2021 / 0 Comments

    Summer is undoubtedly the biggest moving season and, as July 1 approaches, a lot of excitement is felt in Québec households, as it is estimated that 10-12% of moves in the province take place on that date.

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    All About Eco-Anxiety

    03
    May
    posted on 3 May 2021 / 0 Comments

    The future of the planet is on everyone's lips at the moment and it is obvious that climate change is affecting our daily lives. For many people, the pollution caused by our consumer society makes them feel anxious and powerless. They are said to be suffering from “eco-anxiety”.

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    5 Trends in Responsible Consumption

    06
    Apr
    posted on 6 April 2021 / 0 Comments

    Global warming, the depletion of certain natural resources and the extinction of certain species are direct consequences of the unrestrained consumption we have been indulging in for the past many years. To remedy the situation or—at least—to try and improve the fate of the planet, some of our lifestyle habits can be changed, in the interest of responsible consumption.

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