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With Valentine's Day just around the corner, Canadians are preparing to be inundated with feel-good stories of love and romance. From the excitement of puppy love to heartwarming tales of soulmates finding each other despite the odds, it seems that none of us are immune to the effects of Cupid's arrow. Despite all this, a common myth still pervades that love, romance and the need for companionship fade over time, and that as we grow older, we become less interested in keeping love alive.
Ageism is by far the most tolerated form of social prejudice in Canada, way ahead of racism and sexism. One in four of us actually admits to treating someone differently because of their age. And those are just the ones who are aware of their actions.
EDMONTON - A Calgary nursing home where two residents died of neglect over the last year is making changes to how it takes care of wounds and dressings.The McKenzie Towne Care Centre is to track patie...
EDMONTON - Alberta's health minister says he has warned the head of a national chain of seniors care homes that if his company doesn't shape up, the province will ship them out.Fred Horne says he sent...