Special Features

Promotions, guides and supplements distributed nationally by the Metro Custom Publishing group. Duncan McAllister writes about real estate, education, entertainment and business.
(16 Articles. Reprints courtesy of Metro News.)

Market roundup

Metro goes coast to coast
with a market breakdown

New Homebuyer’s guide, April 26, 2012

Give them what they really want

Chapters Indigo holiday update
Gift cards promotion, December 12, 2011

Frontier Subaru, Winnipeg

A service-focused dealership
Small Business special, October 21, 2011

Connect Employment, Winnipeg

Building connections in the community
Small Business special, October 21, 2011

Coast to coast

Guide to property prices in
eight Canadian cities

New Homebuyer’s guide, October 6, 2011

Women’s health summit

femMED supplement clinical trials
Health promotion, October 11, 2011

Nuite Blanche 2011

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche highlights
Spotlight Toronto, September 27, 2011

Sony Centre 2011

Sony Centre announces new season
Spotlight Toronto, September 27, 2011

Into the wild

Canadian Survivorman Les Stroud
talks about travel, preparedness

Amex supplement, August 31, 2011

The changing world of rewards

Canadians love their rewards cards
Amex supplement, April 27, 2011

Weighing in on upgrades

Buying a new home: go with standard
package or invest in upgrades?

New Homebuyer’s guide, April 21, 2011

Study habits of the pros

Tips to help you maximize your time
and avoid procrastination

Learning Curve, March 29, 2011

A case for continuing education

Second careers becoming more common
Learning Curve, March 22, 2011

Should you go to summer school?

Study abroad, focus your efforts
or spread out workload?

Learning Curve, March 8, 2011

Find cash for summer school

Don’t think you can afford to
pay for summer school?

Learning Curve, March 8, 2011

Are you a risk taker?

Quiz will tell you about
your investment style

RRSP Guide, February 8, 2011

(Article reprints appear courtesy of Metro News. Duncan McAllister wrote copy, conducted interviews and compiled data for the articles. Metro did the layouts and headlines.)