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Remembering Volunteers

Remembering Volunteers

It was in 1943 that National Volunteer Week was first conceived to recognize the contribution women made to the war effort. Women worked just as hard as the men who were serving in the military but received no compensation for their efforts. After th[...]
Responsibilities of a Wedding Guest

Responsibilities of a Wedding Guest

April showers bring May flowers, but for brides, April showers bring June flowers. Summer is a popular time for weddings, so you might start getting invitations from your friends who are getting married. To survive wedding season, be the best wedding[...]
Who Was Saint Elmo?

Who Was Saint Elmo?

Pop culture often has references to objects or people of the past. You might have heard of the movie “Saint Elmo’s Fire,” a 1985 coming-of-age drama from the Brat Pack genre. Maybe you know that Saint Elmo is the patron saint of sailors. David Foster[...]
Wedding Photographer: Tips for Choosing The Right One

Wedding Photographer: Tips for Choosing The Right One

You’ll probably spend more time with your wedding photographer on the day of your wedding than any other professional or person. Although many wedding magazines recommend that you ask about equipment and style, it’s more important to choose a photogr[...]
Eco-Friendly Wedding Ideas

Eco-Friendly Wedding Ideas

One environmentally friendly philosophy has entered the wedding industry. If you want to reduce your carbon footprint during your special day, you don’t have to give up the vision you have for your wedding. Here are some tips to help you find ways to[...]
Wedding Cake Trends for 2017

Wedding Cake Trends for 2017

The most common wedding cake trend seems to be moving more toward coordinating with the bride’s colors, even if there is no white on the cake. Here are some of the trends for cakes this year:When most people think of a wedding cake, they automati[...]
Choosing the Wedding Officiant for Your Ceremony

Choosing the Wedding Officiant for Your Ceremony

Once you’ve chosen a date, chosen your wedding colors and booked a venue, you have thousands of other details to manage in regards to your ceremony. A wedding coordinator might be able to handle the catering and decorations, but you and your future s[...]
The Importance of Reading to Children

The Importance of Reading to Children

Do you remember the movie, “Three Men and a Baby?” There’s a scene in the movie where Tom Selleck’s character is reading a sports article to the baby. He says something to the effect of, “It doesn’t matter what you read to a child. Reading is benefic[...]
Exploring Interesting Canadian Wedding Customs

Exploring Interesting Canadian Wedding Customs

It is no small surprise that Canadians love their country and all of its expansive beauty. Though Canada shares a lot of its culture with countries in Europe and America, there are many wedding customs that exist within the nation that are unique. If[...]
Commemorating the March Equinox

Commemorating the March Equinox

This year, spring officially begins on March 20. This is the day when the earth’s axis is not tilted away from the sun’s rays but rather is perpendicular to them. The equinox is thought to be the day the earth gets a day and night of equal lengths, b[...]

 

 

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Blog

ULC Canada Blog

Remembering Volunteers

Remembering Volunteers

It was in 1943 that National Volunteer Week was first conceived to recognize the contribution women made to the war effort. Women worked just as hard as the men who were serving in the military but received no compensation for their efforts. After th[...]
Responsibilities of a Wedding Guest

Responsibilities of a Wedding Guest

April showers bring May flowers, but for brides, April showers bring June flowers. Summer is a popular time for weddings, so you might start getting invitations from your friends who are getting married. To survive wedding season, be the best wedding[...]
Who Was Saint Elmo?

Who Was Saint Elmo?

Pop culture often has references to objects or people of the past. You might have heard of the movie “Saint Elmo’s Fire,” a 1985 coming-of-age drama from the Brat Pack genre. Maybe you know that Saint Elmo is the patron saint of sailors. David Foster[...]
Wedding Photographer: Tips for Choosing The Right One

Wedding Photographer: Tips for Choosing The Right One

You’ll probably spend more time with your wedding photographer on the day of your wedding than any other professional or person. Although many wedding magazines recommend that you ask about equipment and style, it’s more important to choose a photogr[...]
Eco-Friendly Wedding Ideas

Eco-Friendly Wedding Ideas

One environmentally friendly philosophy has entered the wedding industry. If you want to reduce your carbon footprint during your special day, you don’t have to give up the vision you have for your wedding. Here are some tips to help you find ways to[...]
Wedding Cake Trends for 2017

Wedding Cake Trends for 2017

The most common wedding cake trend seems to be moving more toward coordinating with the bride’s colors, even if there is no white on the cake. Here are some of the trends for cakes this year:When most people think of a wedding cake, they automati[...]
Choosing the Wedding Officiant for Your Ceremony

Choosing the Wedding Officiant for Your Ceremony

Once you’ve chosen a date, chosen your wedding colors and booked a venue, you have thousands of other details to manage in regards to your ceremony. A wedding coordinator might be able to handle the catering and decorations, but you and your future s[...]
The Importance of Reading to Children

The Importance of Reading to Children

Do you remember the movie, “Three Men and a Baby?” There’s a scene in the movie where Tom Selleck’s character is reading a sports article to the baby. He says something to the effect of, “It doesn’t matter what you read to a child. Reading is benefic[...]
Exploring Interesting Canadian Wedding Customs

Exploring Interesting Canadian Wedding Customs

It is no small surprise that Canadians love their country and all of its expansive beauty. Though Canada shares a lot of its culture with countries in Europe and America, there are many wedding customs that exist within the nation that are unique. If[...]
Commemorating the March Equinox

Commemorating the March Equinox

This year, spring officially begins on March 20. This is the day when the earth’s axis is not tilted away from the sun’s rays but rather is perpendicular to them. The equinox is thought to be the day the earth gets a day and night of equal lengths, b[...]