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Keeping Seniors Safe

By Vernice Shostal on Feb 29, 2012

Victoria Police Chief Constable Jamie Graham, appointed to the position in 2008, says seniors’ safety is a “big priority” for him. Formerly chief of the Vancouver police department, whose previous experience includes 35 years with the RCMP and several command, investigative and executive positions in British Columbia and Alberta, the chief’s vision is to make the Victoria region the safest in Canada by 2020. One of his strategies includes helping seniors recognize fraudsters and con artists. Read more...


Charge Your Emotional Battery

By Barbara Risto on Jan 19, 2012

What charges your emotional batteries? For some it is being with people, for others it is finding some solitude. Still others elevate their mood through exercise. The author of this article discusses what she finds effective. Read more...


Balancing Your life

By Naomi Beth Wakan on Aug 31, 2011

Sometimes in my life, I feel like I am juggling six balls in the air while tightrope walking on a slack line. There is my writing life, my partnering life, my concern for adult-children life, my housekeeping life, my gardening life, my participating in the community life all to keep polished and in good shape. Read more...


Practical Lessons for Entrepreneurs

If you are an entrepreneur or have spent time around them, you will have come to realize there are some fundamental practices that entrepreneurs tend to hold in common. In the midst of being busy, we can forget some of the fundamentals that help make a business successful. Here's some practical advice garnered from a variety of sources. Read more...


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