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ALL THINGS CONSIDERED: Discharge still a long way off after VJ Day

In the Malaysian jungle, we didn’t get word of Potsdam Declaration until a couple of days later.

BOB'S BLOG: Twitter still has its doubters

I took a look at a more or less random sample of FYI followers to address the twittering/frittering allegation.

Big deals for travel trade in Orlando

Employees of the hospital and travel industry have a great opportunity coming up to familiarize themselves with the attractions of the Orlando area.

5 easy steps to a healthy summer

Shepell-fgi offers simple advice on how to stay healthy with nutritious food this summer.

ALL THINGS CONSIDERED Reliving thrills through British Archives

Memories come flooding back as Pearson pores over a record of the operations of his RAF squadron transcribed from the National Archives, England.

BOB'S BLOG: 3 issues the politicians have ignored this campaign

Boomers and seniors are interested in many issues, not just pensions and nursing homes. Here are my three picks of issues that matter that aren’t being talked about.

ALL THINGS CONSIDERED: D-Day was the beginning of the end

Although the glorious victories of D-Day didn’t put a finish to the war, it definitely let the enemy know in no uncertain terms that the Allied forces meant business.

BOB’S BLOG: My problems with this provincial campaign

Every time an election is called, any kind of election, like that old dog who wants to hunt, I’ve got this hankering to head out and track down votes or hammer a sign into someone’s lawn. Until now.

Canadian tourism in Florida sets new record

Canadian tourism to Florida set an all-time record in the first quarter of 2014.

Weston Foundation makes donation to St. John Ambulance

Weston Foundation makes donation to St. John Ambulance.

Forever Young Information

Canada's Adult Lifestyle Publication

Blues artist Rita Chiarelli: Back home in Hamilton!

Jun 01, 2014 - 0 comments

Chiarelli, like most blues artists in Canada, owes a debt to Newell. As King Biscuit Boy, Newell put Canadian blues on the map, establishing an international reputation as one of the best harmonica players in the business. He was respected in New Orleans, where he recorded, and praised by rock royalty including Keith Richards and Paul McCartney. This year’s Blues With A Feeling tribute will be held June 7 at the Bay City Music Hall - click headline

Mike’s still got game: tributes to golfers Weir, Ames and Kane


"I remember where I was, getting butterflies, goosebumps all over my body.”" click headline

Renovations: Make the move to CAD

May 30, 2014 - 0 comments

The difference between the ideas that can be conveyed on paper versus the heightened imagery enabled by 3D software is tremendous - click headline

Own your own drone / save your garden / flameless torch


Parrot Flower Power / Parrot AR Drone 2.0 / ThermaCell Flameless Torch - click headline

Smart hearing: New hearing aids use smartphone technology

May 28, 2014 - 0 comments

Other companies offer aids that are compatible with various mobile devices, including the iPhone. However, those require an intermediary piece of hardware, often worn around the neck, to make the connection. But a proprietary Apple protocol allows the Linx to stream the sound directly from the device - click headline

Retirement Lifestyle: Smart choice for Maritimers

May 27, 2014 - 0 comments

The hunt was over. They had found the snowbird home they had always dreamed of - click headline

Pevere documents heyday of punkers Teenage Head


Pevere and his friends soon learned it was wise to protect themselves when the band was playing - click headline

American Idol 2014: Judging the Judges

May 25, 2014 - 0 comments

"OMG – Keith Urban just oozes sex appeal" - click headline

Finally, the Old Course: playing St. Andrew's

May 24, 2014 - 0 comments

It was like being at the end of a religious pilgrimage – but with more single malt Scotch, and odder clothing - click headline

Through thin and Thicke: a profile of the lad from Kirkland Lake

May 23, 2014 - 0 comments

Alan Thicke, now starring in a new reality comedy series and a recent Walk of Fame honouree, recalls the moment while attending the University of Western Ontario that the showbiz bug bit him - click headline