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What is my common denominator? This question got me thinking for a very long time. How are my interests and loves connected and combined? Are they all related in some way? I love children and I love plants. I love to watch people develop into interesting people. I thrill to watch small successe…
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Guest blogger Suzanne Reisler Litwin talks about her feelings regarding ageing and the enlightenment that it can bring.
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October might be our favourite fall month. The scent of the fallen leaves, the beautiful shades of orange and yellow in the landscape, and of course the return of the awesome fall fundraisers! The WICWC Superhero run, a wine auction, and many more community events. Greenwood’s StoryFest Each year, …
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It is from the quiet of her home in St-Lazare, nestled among the tall trees, thick brush and abundant garden, that Louise Carson has been turning out book after book of literary delight over the past few years: from numerous collections of poetry with Broken Rules Press and Signature Editions to a s…
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Sunday, September 22nd was the 2019 Montreal Walk to end PKD! A walk supporting those dealing with Polycystic Kidney Disease.
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Life can seem like a constant bombardment of negativity: negative news, negative perspectives and negative people. Sometimes it feels next to impossible to find a way forward. The people we hang out with are essential for our wellbeing. And by fostering relationships that are positive, we can improv…