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Shifting Your Retirement Plans In A Pandemic

By Mike Drak I just learned that my annual fly fishing trip to the George in northeastern Quebec will not happen and I’m not very happy about that. The George River is the place where I recovered from “Sudden Retirement Syndrome” and it has become my go to place...

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Wearing A Mask – It’s Not About You, It’s About Us

By Susan Williams If someone told you that you could help save a life and it would only cause you a little personal discomfort would you do it? I really can’t imagine that anyone would say no. So why is it such a big deal to wear a mask in...

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Use It Or Lose It – A Personal Journey Of Discovery

By George Rayner As the baby boomer generation slowly retires, those of us still upright have a conscious health choice to make, we can either use it, or lose it. The easy path is to lose it. Kick back, eat, drink, be merry put on some weight, grab a...

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Are You (Or Do You Know) Any Canadians Over 65?

By Susan Williams COVID-19 has disrupted many parts of our life. One of them being our ability to go out and exercise with friends – especially for older people. To try and improve this situation, a research project has been started called the SCOPE Trial. The intention of this...

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COVID-19 And Coping With Life Interrupted

As a result of COVID-19, everyone’s daily lives have been impacted. Not only in our regular routines such as going to work or getting groceries but many of our other life activities has also been impacted. In this Learning Bites session, Dr. Sean Hayes shares some suggestions on how to manage and cope with this.

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Growing More Than Just Vegetables

By Susan Williams Spring is now in full swing! Even though COVID-19 has made our lead up to spring this year a very different experience, it’s still nice to appreciate the warmer weather and the chance to go outside (while safely distancing of course). It’s also the time of...

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