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This week's column discusses the upcoming provincial election and making a difference in those affected by Alzheimer's Disease.
This week's column focuses on the Special Olympics and its importance in a community like Nakusp.
A lack of transportation services can make things difficult for seniors, especially when medical appointments are involved.
If you are a BC homeowner aged 55 years and over who is seeking a way of delaying payment of your annual property taxes.
Many communities including our own have done their best to meet the growing needs of older citizens.
Be prepared to enjoy a “meeting of the minds” and have fun with others interested in expanding their computer skills.
It is difficult these days to be able to generally manage one’s business and private affairs without having a computer.
Over the past few months, local, district-wide and B.C. residents have witnessed a vast and growing development of public transit systems.
It was about ten years ago now, but I remember well the first time I came face to face with one of Nakusp’s finest musical artists.
I was recently asked by one of our local residents, for more information concerning the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program.
Holistic heath incorporates the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing of our bodies.
About 18 months ago, I made what turned out to be a life-changing call ...
A Family Caregivers’ Education one-day intensive course for family members who are caring for a person with dementia comes to Nakusp May 30.
The second Seniors’ Resource Fair to take place Friday, May 31 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Nakusp Arena and Auditorium.
My weekly visit to Nakusp Public Library never fails to stand out as a very special occasion for me.
Nakusp region’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program helps those who request assistance with their tax returns.
I recently had the pleasure of attending a new and innovative weekly exercise and wellness program.
It won’t be long before the annual Income Tax Return package makes an appearance in our post office.
A BC Housing rent subsidy program “SAFER” is a financial benefit designed specifically for those aged 60 years and older.
Making a house a welcoming home is a primary goal most of us willingly aspire to.