My Top 5 Christmas Movies

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I'm the first one to admit that I'm not the most sentimental person to ever walk the face of this planet and whenever I come across a list of favourite Christmas movies, I inevitably find it chock full of sappy classics that I seriously would not want to have to sit through a second (or tenth or hundredth) time. So I'm going to give you a list of movies loosely related to Christmas that I find hold my interest more strongly than a fortieth viewing of It's a Wonderful Life or one of the zillion versions of A Christmas Carol.

Top 5 Books on Lyme Disease

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There are a lot of books on Lyme disease out there and it can be difficult to know which ones contain valuable information that can help you to better understand Lyme disease and which ones fan the flames of controversy without delivering much in the way of knowledge. Here are a few that I found helpful when I was sifting through a mountain of research trying to get my head around what makes this disease tick.

FEATURED BOOK | The Laird of Fort William: William McGillivray and the North West Company

The Laird of Fort William: William McGillivray and the North West Company by Irene Ternier Gordon (Heritage House Publishing) is one of those books I stumble across every once in a while that makes me wish I'd paid more attention during Canadian history class in high school. Back then it was my firm belief Canadian history came in two flavours: mildly boring and fatally boring.

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