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Labour Day 2019: How You Can Get Involved

Labour Day is a public holiday in Canada that is celebrated annually on the first Monday of September. The general population are given the day off with schools and most businesses being closed. Whilst originally it was a day that gave workers the opportunity to...

Canada Day Across the Country, What’s Going on and Where?

Canada Day occurs on July 1 and is a national holiday held to mark the joining of Canada’s original three provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and the Canada Province; now known as Ontario and Quebec) as one nation in 1867. The holiday was formerly known as Dominion...

Ways for Seniors to Celebrate Victoria Day!

Victoria Day has always been a special holiday for Canadians, as a chance to spend time with family and marking the start of the summer season and the start of spring for gardeners. This year marks the 200th year since the birth of Queen Victoria making the day even...

Five Ways Seniors can Observe National Flag of Canada Day!

Five Ways Seniors can Observe National Flag of Canada Day!

This year National Flag of Canada Day is on Friday, February 15th marking 54 years since the inauguration of the maple leaf flag as we know it. To celebrate our nation’s flag it will be flown from buildings, and discussed in schools, but what else can we do to observe...

Make a New Year’s Resolution: To Stay Fit and Healthy!

As we welcome in the New Year, and thoughts turn to self-improvement, and resolving to make changes to our lives for the better, it is a good moment to think about health and whether we are taking the best care of ourselves, especially those of us in our more senior...

Five Ways to Enjoy a Comfortable and Stress-Free Winter

In summertime in Canada, we struggle with heat and forest fires and in winter extreme cold and snow. The key to a comfortable and stress-free winter, is to be prepared before the first flurry of snow arrives. Here we have compiled our best checklist to get your home...

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