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Sault Ste. Marie
Thursday, April 22, 2021
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Government of Canada launches six community projects to support seniors in Sault Ste. Marie

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Far too many seniors face isolation in their retirement years. This was a fact even before the COVID-19 pandemic. The Government of Canada is...

Throat-singing through the generations

From Baker Lake Nunavut, 6 Year-old Nevaeh loves to throat-sing with her 90 year-old Anaanatsia (grandmother). Her grandmother Winnie Putumiraqtuq was born in 1931 near...

Paramedics, care providers give in-home vaccinations to homebound Ontario seniors

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TORONTO — It's hard for Prentice Scott to choose a highlight from a day spent vaccinating seniors against COVID-19 in the lobby of their...

Romano Announces Long-term Care Home for Batchewana First Nations

The Ontario government is investing in 80 new long-term care projects, one of which will be here in Sault Ste Marie.  This new local...

St. Joseph Island Community Quilters: over 600 quilts donated

The Community Quilters of St. Joseph Island have been providing cozy hand-quilted blankets to the community for over 20 years. A group of mostly retired...

Local crafter close to mask making milestone

Kathy Clark is a local craftsperson living on St. Joseph Island.  Normally, around this time of year she would be preparing her creations for...

Seniors Calling ~ Ontario Budget 2021 ~ The Ontario Long Term Care Association has...

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For more than 60 years, the Ontario Long Term Care Association (OLTCA) has been committed to advancing the quality of long-term care services in Ontario....

Staying Put ~ That’s the mission of the Ontario Community Support Association

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Across the province of Ontario each year, over one million people receive home care and community support services – and the need is steadily...

Township of St. Joseph to hold virtual meeting over the closure of NCU Richard’s...

The Township of St Joseph is holding a meeting tonight, March 8th at 7pm, regarding the closure of the Richard’s Landing Northern Credit Union...

Seniors Calling ~ ‘Canadians will do whatever is necessary to avoid going into a...

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By 2036, nearly one in four Canadians will be over 65. It’s a growing and diverse segment of the population with complex needs. Long-term...
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