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Consumers conflicted about colour

Deep down in their hearts, consumers prefer brightly or boldly coloured spaces. But when it comes to decorating their homes, they tend to opt for neutral tones. Interestingly, though, when shopping for a home, prospective buyers gravitate toward those with colour and shun...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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Everyone knows the entry to your home should be welcoming and impactful. For me that includes inside of the front door. Instead of the usual white to match the other doors and trims, I always try to add colour to it so it stands out. I'll pull a colour from the scheme...

source: IDRC

IDRC welcomes 2017 and we are happy to invite all our members past and present to renew membership dues with 10 per cent discount till July 31, 2017. Please sign into your account on www.idrcanada.org and renew membership with the option of PayPal payments. Please note discount...

source: IDRC

After two decades in the workforce, Ohio businesswoman Deborah Wasylko found herself faced with the prospect of having to move to keep her job while dealing with challenges in her family life. Wasylko concluded that she had a choice: continue her corporate career or become...

source: National Post

Payments is a fast-moving industry, and thanks to a combination of private- and public-sector innovation, developments are speeding up. Technology is changing the way we send and receive payments, and is also set to transform how we understand our payments data. Here are...

source: Financial Post

The Bank of Canada recently raised its benchmark interest rate for the first time in seven years. All indications suggest that the positive and upbeat outlook for the Canadian economy signals a turning point toward a longer-term trend in rising interest rates in Canada.

source: Globe and Mail

In the world of fashion, it's hard to tell which trends will resurface again (overalls, anyone?) and which will forever rot away in their frosted tipped coffins. Home decor works similarly, and trends that were hot 20 years ago are making a comeback. Here are some top trends...

source: KSL

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