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Gardening Tip ~ Update on the progress of a Raised Bed Garden

In April, I shared a photo as I started my raised bed garden. You can see from the photo below that it was placed directly on the lawn then the grass was covered with cardboard and paper and topped with good top soil and compost. Of course.

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Are You Tired of being Sick and Tired? Try Functional Medicine

Are you tired of being sick and tired?

Now is the time to address the root cause of health issues rather than just dealing with the symptoms.

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Memory Lane's Community Connection's - for ladies with dementia

Memory Lane Home Living Inc. has organized an afternoon of connection with other women on a dementia journey.

They provide social engagement, cognitive stimulation, and outdoor activities. when weather permits.

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Three Richmond Hill Long Term Care Facilities receives more funding

The Ontario government will provide up to $270 million this year to long-term care homes across the province to increase staffing levels, leading to more direct care for residents.

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. And Men Suffer Too.

Domestic abuse is a serious issue affecting women and men nearly equally. It can take many forms, including physical and/or emotional abuse, controlling behavior, parental alienation or false accusations.

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Richmond Hiller releases a book about his late brother, the legendary Domenic Troiano

Starting out in Toronto clubs in the 1960s with Robbie Lane & the Disciples and Rompin’ Ronnie Hawkins, Domenic Troiano made his musical mark with such legendary bands as the Five Rogues, the Mandala, Bush,  the James Gang, and the Guess Who,

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Gardening Tips ~ Returning House Plants Inside

Many of you may take some of your indoor plants outside to enjoy the summer.  But soon you need to bring them back in as cold weather begins to return. 

Here are the steps to return most house plants to the house:

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All-Girls FIRST Tech Robotics Challenge - organized by The STEAM Project

The FIRST Tech Challenge is an international robotics competition for all-girls aged 12 to 18, where the task is to design and build a robot to compete against other teams i

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