Monthly Archives: February 2014

Longevity’s Promise…anybody’s best guess?

Futurism is forever alive alongside present-ism. Human history tells us this is ever so. Conversations on longevity and the challenges of aging demographics are global in their foretelling and local in their immediate relevance to every day living. As personal … Continue reading

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Gerontological Living: Outsource and Off-shore

Many of us in North America are enduring a prolonged deep freeze for the first winter in some time. Perhaps prompted by the added wind chill factor, we’ve heard things like: “It’s so cold, I’m really feeling my age!” So, … Continue reading

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Age Aware Summit 2014: SERC

Last week the Sheridan Elder Research Centre announced their one day Age Aware Summit 2014  (June 12)  in Oakville, Ontario. This comes as a major kick off event for SERC’s second decade. The focus of this mini-conference is about “age … Continue reading

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L’Isle Verte: Memorial for a Town’s Elders

Last Saturday the town of L’Isle Verte, Quebec gathered in the church to mourn and pay tribute to 32 of their elders who died (or are still missing) tragically in a fire at the Résidence du Havre senior’s residence on … Continue reading

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