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Toronto's Bike Month

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The City of Toronto is promoting several events this week to highlight Bike Month 2013. They include guided bike tours, art shows, film screenings and the May 27th Bike to Work Group Commute! Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong is Chair of the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee and wrote, "Cycling is a healthy activity that everyone in the family can enjoy, and it's becoming a real option to driving for many." Tail Wags would also like to encourage you to leave your car behind and hop on your bike for your next trip to local markets in your community. You'll feel better...

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The Latest Update on Chase (Jamie's son)

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[caption id="attachment_3449" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Keeping a sense of humour despite the stress (Jamie & Chase)![/caption] Thank you to all of you for your amazing words of support and get well wishes for Chase, Jamie's son. The response on twitter and Facebook has been incredible ever since we posted Jamie's story last week. I just wanted to update all of you on how Chase is doing at the moment. Chase was re-admitted to hospital this past weekend for further tests to monitor the pressure on his brain. A big decision lies ahead for Jamie and her husband regarding whether further surgery...

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Tail-Wags featured in BuyCanadianFirst.ca, the one-stop to shop to Canadian products

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Check it out here in the nick of time for Halloween! And thank you, Isabelle Remy !

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Tail-Wags aka Karyn Climans voted fan favorite at Dragons Den

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And for good reason! Karyn is a great entrepreneur, full of soul and humanity, putting safety first and spreading the word! She is featured on Dragons Den Marketplace last week. A natural, I tell you. Fast-forward to 20"30"  and see for yourself.

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Life Changing Events

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Have you ever had one of those events in your life that stops you dead in your tracks and changes either your perspective or direction for the future? Skiing full speed in to a tree was one of those moments in my life. I was skiing with my family when one of my sons suddenly called out, “Mom”. Everything would have been fine if I’d remembered to stop skiing before turning around to check on him. You guessed it … I hit the tree head on! When I regained consciousness, I was staring up at the ski patrol. My skis...

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