Archive for June, 2013

And here’s what it looked like . . .

For those who weren’t able to be there for Senior Groove, aka Elder Abuse “flash mob”, here’s a small peek.  These lovely people below are a few of the many who came to sing and dance in the Bayfield Mall lower concourse on Saturday June 15, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (see the previous post.) […]

Be there for Senior Groove

Interested in a bit of wholesome fun?  Come to the lower level of the Bayfield Mall between noon and 2 p.m. on June 15.  In that nice open space near the bowling alley and Canadian Tire, you will find people grooving and dancing, and singing along to a slightly adapted version of a Beatles song. […]

Walk to support education equity for first nations children

Did you know First Nations children on reserve receive lower levels of service for health, welfare, and education?  This is because federal funding falls below provincial levels of funding offered to other Canadians.  On average, schools receive $2000-3000 less funding per student than provincially run schools. See Walks are being held across Canada to focus […]