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  • Added by My Identity Doctor
    Staying safe on halloween night can often come down to having the right costume—while dark and scary are the vibe many kids go for on halloween, there are ways to keep them safer when darting through the streets in search of candy.
    Dark, bright, bold, and light
    When I was a kid, we regularly got clip-on flashing red lights for our halloween costumes before halloween, given out by Manitoba Public Insurance. Intended for cyclists, these lights as well as glow sticks, flashlights (on wrist straps or lanyards!) or other bright costume accessories can help ensure kids are highly visible to cars while crossing the street in the darkness of Halloween night. Adding reflective adhesive or iron-on strips to their costumes can also help make sure oncoming traffic can see children as they amble about—sometimes
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    We may be halfway through the month of Halloween, but it’s also National Baking Week—and no, it’s not just for the Food Network!
    The great thing about baking is that it’s an activity the whole family can do together, or can be done with a friend and the results shared! Baking also allows you to have more control over the ingredients in your food, and make substitutions where needed for allergies, intolerances and sensitivities, special diets, and plain old preference! After all, when was the last time a store-bought chocolate chip cookie was as delicious as one that was fresh out of the oven?
    This week, we’ve


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