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Guelph veterans to stand on guard for Cirillo tomorrow

De Winter is arranging a small service to be held at the cenotaph in downtown Guelph on Saturday morning.

Top 10 Halloween movies that will scare you senseless

Are you looking to get scared silly this Halloween? Hollywood may have what you're looking for. Here's a list of 10 very scary movies

Former Leaf Mike Walton named to Etobicoke Sports Hall of Fame.

“Hockey has been a way of life for me for a long time,” Walton said.

Canadian equestrian legend Ian Millar continues hot streak

Canadian Olympic legend Ian Millar continued his hot streak last weekend during the Canadian Show Jumping Championship at the Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park highlighted by a World-Cup-qualifying win to claim the 2014 Caledon Cup.

Oakville artist Naoko Matsubara honoured by Japanese foreign minister

Internationally celebrated Oakville, Ont. woodblock artist Naoko Matsubara was awarded a 2014 Japanese Foreign Minister's Commendation at a ceremony last Thursday night in Toronto.

18 things you should say to your dad before it’s too late

Going fishing with you was fun even though I said it wasn't.

ALL THINGS CONSIDERED: Ex-soldier joins London police

Born in 1925 in Croydon, England, Ed Pearson volunteered to join the British Royal Air Force at the age of 16 and during World War II served in India and Burma. His blog continues here.

Lancaster flight engineer talks trip to England

Plan to spend an evening with Craig Brookhouse, the chief flight engineer on the recent Canadian Warplane Heritage Lancaster flight to England.

SOUTHBOUND BLOG: Travel to Alabama’s Gulf Coast with Southern this Winter

Southern’s eclectic mixture of private vacation homes and high and mid-rise condominiums ensures a property for every taste and budget of those staying and playing along the Gulf Coast.

Arrest in Brantford nursing home thefts

A 43-year-old Brantford woman is facing multiple criminal charges for string of thefts from a local nursing home.

Forever Young Information

Canada's Adult Lifestyle Publication

Blaikie honoured for civil behaviour

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Jan 14, 2008 - 4 comments

Winnipeg MP Bill Blaikie of the New Democrats was named 2007 Parliamentarian of the Year in a poll of his fellow MPs taken by Maclean's magazine. Blaikie, 56, has held his riding, Elmwood-Transcona, since 1979, always in opposition as a member...

Death Valley - yes, seriously!

Travel, North America Slideshow
Jan 14, 2008 - 4 comments

Despite its reputation as one of the most inhospitable spots on the planet, the long narrow basin called Death Valley slowly grows on you. Except for the busloads of foreign visitors stopping overnight on their way to the Grand Canyon or...

Justin wows 'em at seniors home

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Jan 14, 2008 - 4 comments

Earlier, the other Trudeau son was out making new friends in southern Ontario. It wasn't quite a mania when aspiring Liberal MP Justin visited Hamilton in November to help boost the party's local fortunes, but there was definitely a high level...

Get CPP early

Dec 20, 2007 - 4 comments

Many people who look ahead to retirement assume that they'll do the same as everyone else - retire at 65 and start to look for a Canada Pension Plan cheque. They should think twice about that assumption. Here's why. To qualify...

Gift Guide: Purse Hook

Lifestyle, Technology Slideshow
Dec 20, 2007 - 8 comments

There's a brilliant solution to a problem women deal with all the time -- what do you do with your purse in a restaurant? Put it on nasty germy floors? Grab a spare chair? Hang it on the back of your...

Retirement does not last for many

Dec 20, 2007 - 5 comments

Two thirds of retirees - 65 per cent - plan to stay retired, reports a recent survey conducted by the U.S.-based company Financial Freedom. However, the 35 per cent of seniors who plan to work in retirement offered surprising reasons for...

An old-style Christmas dinner

Dec 20, 2007 - 4 comments

Remember those festive Christmas dinners at Grandma's house? Create your own memories this season with an old-fashioned Christmas dinner. Start with your favourite meal-starter soup to whet the appetite and prepare your family and guests for the wonderful feast that is...

Affordable assisted living in B.C.

Dec 20, 2007 - 4 comments

British Columbia has taken another step in its commitment to provide affordable housing for a senior population requiring assistance in staying independent with the official opening of the first campus of care in Port Coquitlam, east of Vancouver. Hawthorne Assisted Living...

Thomas column insensitive

Dec 20, 2007 - 4 comments

I have read a number of columns by William Thomas over the years and know that he can be genuinely funny without denigrating people or their beliefs. It was, therefore, disappointing to read his column in the November edition of Forever...

Montreal doctor receives top kidney award

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Dec 20, 2007 - 4 comments

The Kidney Foundation of Canada has announced that the 2007 Founder's Award has been presented to Dr. Jean-Guy Mongeau, a nephrologist. The presentation was to take place at the closing gala for the Founder's Award Campaign at Le Windsor hotel in...