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With fall approaching, you’ll soon be able to enjoy the spectacular colours of the season and the sounds of leaves crunching under your feet.

To keep your property looking nice during this time and prepare it for the winter, our friends at Aviva Insurance suggest the following fall ‘to-do’ list:

Leaf disposal: Collect leaves in approved bags for collection or take them to assigned dumping areas. Do not burn leaves – this is illegal in most urban areas and can cause home fires.

Roof: Consider having your roof checked by a professional if you suspect any wear and tear or notice missing shingles. Both can severely affect a roof’s effectiveness. Also, make sure your roof and eaves troughs are clear of leaves and debris.

Pipes: Help prevent

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Doug Carlyle became a REALTOR® because he loves helping people. He has worked in the housing industry for his entire life; helping people design, build, and improve their homes and lifestyle. Doug enjoys working with First Time Buyers, New Canadians, and people looking for investment or income properties.

Doug graduated from NAIT Construction Engineering program and with his experience building, renovating, and investigating homes it gives him a strong understanding of what makes a property sound. He has been involved in the construction of close to 200 homes ranging from row houses, starter homes, and executive custom homes.

When Doug isn’t working he loves spending time outdoors with his son, enjoying hiking in Jasper and Banff or sitting

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(NC) Fall usually brings the excitement of a new routine, new school year, extracurricular activities and the cool weather we’re all likely craving after summer heat waves. While things may look a little different this year as we settle into our new normal, the dreaded cold and flu season will be upon us before we know it.

Making a few small lifestyle changes, like adding plenty of immune-boosting foods, can go a long way in helping us stay ahead of the flu. These simple steps from Jacklyn Villeneuve, registered dietitian at Loblaws, can help us reduce our chances of getting the flu and spreading it to others.

  1. Fill up half your plate with produce. We know that eating plenty of fruits and vegetables is beneficial for so many reasons, but did
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