Home and Family Sample

HOT DESIGN TRENDS FOR 2024 When scouring home decor magazines, blogs and the Internet for design trends for 2024, the buzz words you're going to consistently come across are bold, bright, texture and unique. Gone are the days where white walls and furniture create a sophisticated room. Instead, designers are looking to bold patterns and colours mixed with a neutral palette to create the latest in sophistication. Choose a few of the trending looks to incorporate into your home this year. Starting with paint, the colour of the year is a dark grey/soft black that pairs really well with other rich hues that are popular this year. Accents or fabrics in gold or aluminum (new or vintage) are a great way to finish off the sophisticated look of any room. If you're not ready for such a drastic change, start with a textured, odd-shaped rug in a bold colour. Furthering the odd-shaped theme, choose to hang mirrors in unique shapes with bold frames. Have fun with the trends and make your living spaces warm, conversation inducing and personal this year.

CANADIAN WINTER FACTS Do you find it cold this winter? Enjoying the snow? Here are some interesting records from winters past. • Canada's coldest recorded temperature was back in February 1947, in Snag, YT. A frigid -62.8˚C! • The coldest windchill ever recorded in Canada was -91˚C in January 1989 in Pelly Bay, NT when the ambient air temperature was -51˚C. • In February of 1999, a record amount of 145 cm of snow fell in one day covering the town of Tahtsa Lake, BC. That’s over 4.5 feet of snow in a day!


Use the numbers 1 through 16 to complete the equations. Each number is only used once. Each row is a math equation. Each column is a math equation. TIP: Remember that multiplication and division are performed before addition and subtraction.

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