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Older Adults Living with Mental Illness Need Specialized Housing and Support to Avoid Homelessness

January 21, 2015 11:30 am
Older Adults Living with Mental Illness Need Specialized Housing and Support to Avoid Homelessness

New Calgary report warns more homeless seniors a real possibility Older adults living with mental illness often face a double stigma in our society—both from aging and from mental illness. They are some of the most invisible and most vulnerable individuals in our communities, and we need to find better […]

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Bite the Winter Blues With Ottawa’s Gastronomic Extravaganza

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Bite the Winter Blues With Ottawa’s Gastronomic Extravaganza

Photos courtesy of Anne Girard ’Twas the night before Winterlude, when in downtown Ottawa… Leading hotel chefs were stirring and sipping fine wine! The second annual Dine Wine Wintertime will take place the evening of January 29 at Ottawa’s City Hall in support of the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa. For […]

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My Oh My, I Went On a Date!

January 20, 2015 3:30 pm
My Oh My, I Went On a Date!

Dear readers, I wanted to take the opportunity to put you in my shoes just for a minute by filling you all in on what I thought was a date that would make any woman say hallelujah in a falsetto voice! I bumped into a friend downtown; she was with […]

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Improving Safety—The Mainstay of the Pipeline Industry

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Improving Safety—The Mainstay of the Pipeline Industry

Pipelines are a safe and efficient means of transporting large quantities of energy sources and fuels. These liquids and gases need to be kept in controlled conditions to ensure they do not pose any risk to the public and the environment. That’s why safety is the top priority for the […]

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