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ALL THINGS CONSIDERED: Mixed emotions for soldiers returning home

The first stop after reaching Mersey Dock was at the nearest English pub.

BOB’S BLOG Case Study of Long-Ago ‘Community Project’

Long-ago battle pitted a large corporation (McDonald’s, the fast food chain,) and their planning allies against a group of citizens.

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.

Forever Young Information

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Time to start retirement planning is right now

Jun 09, 2014 - 0 comments

Click headline for a retirement-planning quick-start guide

Buffalo Rethink

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Jun 08, 2014 - 1 comments

We burned Buffalo to the ground 200 years ago, admittedly an inauspicious start - click headline

Daytripping: June marks spring festival season


Jazz in Toronto, pop and rock in Burlington, Gay Pride in the Big Smoke, blues and jazz in Orangeville – from now until the fall there are wonderful special events to enjoy every weekend in Ontario - click headline

Normandy revisited: Okanagan father/daughter return for D-Day tribute

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Jun 06, 2014 - 0 comments

A father and daughter will attend ceremonies in France to mark the D-Day invasion that signalled the end of the Second World War - click headline

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

Jun 06, 2014 - 0 comments

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.

Hawkley Workman play takes to Tarragon stage through June

Jun 05, 2014 - 0 comments

The God That Comes opened June 3 and runs to June 29 at Tarragon’s Mainspace, 30 Bridgman Avenue, Toronto.

Canadian travel: Pageantry in the Okanagan

Jun 04, 2014 - 0 comments

“When you have hundreds of pipers and drummers trooping through the front gate of Edinburgh Castle, if your hair isn’t standing on end, there’s something wrong with you” - click headline

After coal: profile of activist Angela Bischoff


The plants would still be running, spewing mercury, lead and arsenic into our air, causing deaths, asthma and climate destabilization...I know that I’m much more effective an activist in my 50s than I was in my 20s or 30s because my skills are so much broader. There is room for every mature person out there to get engaged in working for change - click headline

Summer of Seana: two major roles for McKenna at Stratford this summer

Jun 02, 2014 - 0 comments

Acclaimed veteran Seana McKenna performs in two demanding plays on alternating nights this season from May right to September - click headline

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