Some Things are Worth Fighting For.

The 3 pillars of a caring society should be that everyone has access to the services needed to maintain good health, education and safe, affordable housing. The needs of the individual person must be recognise as a basic human Canadian … Continue reading

The Diet Theory & Alzheimer’s

The food we eat has a profound effect on our health. A diet low in proper nutrition and high in fats and sugars can lead to many chronic health problems and illnesses such as diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. As … Continue reading

How You Deal with Rejection Will Dictate Your Writing Career

It’s true. Rejection is an inevitable consequence for anyone who dares to reveal themselves to the world with their writing. It sucks and it’s painful, but how we deal with it will define our writing career.

Salish Sea World Heritage Site

She sells seashells down by the seashore. The shells she sells are surely seashells. So if she sells shells on the seashore, I’m sure she sells seashore shells. — Terry Sullivan

Improving Senior Sleep Patterns.

  High quality sleep of adequate quantity is a central lynchpin of senior health.

Salish Sea World Heritage Site

With both provincial and federal government leaders emphasizing the need for economic and environmental solutions, and the need growing for long-lasting benefits and employment in BC’s southern coast, a Salish Sea World Heritage Site proposal is being seen as a … Continue reading

Petty bureaucratic policy robs senior of his dignity.

The article below shows how petty internal  policy can  inflict totally unnecessary pain, suffering and loss of dignity to a elderly man for its own convenience.

 More ride availability and shorter wait times highlighted in HandyDART survey results

BC’s Seniors Advocate released results of a province-wide survey of almost 7,500 HandyDART users in the province today.