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With the Canadian dollar at its lowest level in five years, CTV's Frank Lynn looks at its affect on the business sector.
CTV's Max Wark looks at three different milestone years and what contributes to your health and happiness at each of them.
Can selling products out of your home replace a full-time job? CTV's Rosie Del Campo looks at direct sales in a special series.
CTV's Meghan Furman looks at the expected rise in seniors driving Ontario's roads in the coming years.
CTV's Abigail Bimman has read every report from 18 months on Waterloo-Wellington nursinghomes. She shares her findings in a special series.
It's costly and it's not covered by OHIP, but it helps some people realize their dreams of parenthood. David Imrie explores the world of in-vitro fertilization.
CTV's Marc Venema looks at the bright futures ahead for those studying nursing, pharmacy and engineering.
CTV's Nicole Lampa looks at two unsolved murder cases and explores the world of missing persons.
CTV's Alexandra Pinto looks at what you can do to raise your credit score and improve your financial standing.
CTV's Frank Lynn looks at the latest developments at the Waterloo Centre for Automotive Research.
It's not just peanut butter anymore. CTV's Krista Simpson looks at the rise of food allergies and how they affect the lives of those with and without allergies.
Looking to maximize the value of your home before putting it up for sale? CTV's Max Wark finds out what works best.
CTV's Rosie Del Campo shares stories of Ontarians who have to pay out-of-pocket for some of their cancer treatment.
CTV's Krista Simpson looks at the state of marriage in Canada, in all the forms it takes.
CTV's Marc Venema looks at the rise in kids using cellphones from a young age, and what parents can do to keep them safe.
CTV's Frank Lynn looks at why the prices for certain supermarket foods seem to keep climbing, even when that's not the case in the U.S.
CTV's David Imrie looks at the health of Canada's middle class, and whether earning more than its American counterparts is reason to celebrate.
As more baby boomers get set to retire, CTV's Abigail Bimman looks at the health care decisions they and their children have to deal with.
CTV's Marc Venema checks in on three local entrepreneurs who started their own businesses during the depths of the recession.
CTV's Frank Lynn looks at the arguments for and against abolishing Ontario's separate school system in a special series.