Behaviour Management Support for Long Term Care

Behaviour Management Support for Long Term Care
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As life expectancy extends, so does the time spent in a less functional body.  Long term care homes like Centennial Place seek ways to help their residents as they adapt to the inevitable physical and mental decline as centenary birthday celebrations become more common. While there are many challenges facing … Continue reading

Three Business Law Tips for Taking Stock and Starting Fresh in 2018

Three Business Law Tips for Taking Stock and Starting Fresh in 2018
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If you are an entrepreneur, the start of a new year can be a great time to reflect on what you have built and where you would like to take it next.  It can be a time of revitalization, as well as a time for saying goodbye to outmoded aspects … Continue reading

Local Kindergarten Teachers Bring Indigenous People Curriculum to Life

Local Kindergarten Teachers Bring Indigenous People Curriculum to Life
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The spirit of Truth and Reconciliation is taking root in our schools. After a few weeks of discussions around First Nations, Millbrook South Cavan Kindergarten teachers Tracy Parker and Andrea Read brought their curriculum to life at the end of November.  After fielding questions in this study unit, the educators … Continue reading

Millbrook Lions’ Big Donation

Millbrook Lions’ Big Donation
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Lion President Bill Hughes presents a cheque for $5,000.00 to Lion Larry Franks and PID Lion Carl Young of the Fowlers Corners Lions Club, who are coordinating this fundraising campaign.  Thirteen local Lions’ club are working towards a goal of raising the funds to purchase a new cataract machine, which … Continue reading

The Community Centre Fundraising Effort Gets Going

The Community Centre Fundraising Effort Gets Going
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Donning custom embroidered toques representing their first fundraising initiative, Co- Chairs of the Cavan Monaghan Community Centre Fundraising Committee Matthew Graham and Dorothea Kelly Hines gave Council an enthusiastic update on their plans for the project and their progress to date at the December 18th Council meeting.  The committee has … Continue reading

The Flu Doesn’t Care if You’ve Been Naughty or Nice

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  It’s official. Flu season has begun in Canada, with Influenza A H3N2 in the lead as the strain causing the most illnesses. H3N2 tends to be a more severe influenza, and fortunately has been included in the flu vaccine this year. So if you haven’t been immunized yet, take … Continue reading

North Cavan Students Share Their Christmas Spirit

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North Cavan students in grades four, five and six took the day to spread some Christmas cheer at a number of long term care homes in the area during their last week of school before the holiday break.  Travelling by school bus with their teachers Mr. Wollocot and Mrs. Caravaggio, … Continue reading

Canada Summer Jobs Program Applications Due February 2nd

Canada Summer Jobs Program Applications Due February 2nd
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Local employers in any sector with 50 or fewer employees are eligible for a funding program to create summer job opportunities for  young people aged 15 to 30 years who are full-time students intending to return to their studies in the next school year. According to MP Jamie Schmale, more … Continue reading