Archive for: Health

One Kenton workshop educates, informs community

One Kenton workshop educates, informs community

It may be true that nearly a million Canadians suffer from some form of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, but for the loved ones of these sufferers, it...

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Star Trek meals coming your way

Star Trek meals coming your way

Ruthie BlumISRAEL21c  Ever get hungry at work and wish you had a solution other than going to a restaurant or ordering a pizza? That’s exactly what happened to...

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On in-laws, food and chores

On in-laws, food and chores

I spoke to couples about pressure, food and chores. On in-laws He says: Her mother calls and comes by way too often. She says: If your mother would help like my...

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Fringe festival hit is back for Studio Theatre run

Fringe festival hit is back for Studio Theatre run

For the production of Remember, Maggy? Jerrold Karch, returns to directing next month after a long career as an actor. He said, “The actor’s job is to create...

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Lynn Posluns is carrying on family legacy in her own way

Lynn Posluns is carrying on family legacy in her own way

The Posluns family has had a longstanding connection to Baycrest. “My grandfather helped secure the land Baycrest is on,” said Lynn Posluns. “There’s always...

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