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5 months ago

The Storytelling Chairs

Royce Shook · Seven wooden storytelling chairs sit at the heart of the COVID in the House of Old exhibit, speaking to seven lives indelibly altered by the COVID pandemic’s spread through long-term care. Each individual represented by a chair stands in place for hundreds or thousands of Canadia ...

8 months ago

Covid Message

Jim Murray ·

10 months ago

Life expectancy in the age of COVID

Royce Shook · A friend of mine who is just turning 70 just finished treatment for cancer talked about the fact that he had many friends who were younger than him who had died. I did some checking to see if his anecdotal experiences were part of a general trend. I always thought we were living ...

10 months ago

A two year pandemic journal...

Graham🐝 Edwards ·

11 months ago

How Telepharmacy is Making a Difference During the Pandemic

Ellis Holloway · Telepharmacy is a type of pharmaceutical service wherein patients and pharmacists engage with each other remotely via communication and information technology services. · Telepharmacy, including most other services under telehealth for patients, is gaining more traction during th ...

11 months ago

Are Canadians prepared for retirement? Short answer is yes

Royce Shook · Fidelity’s 2021 Retirement Report suggests that COVID has had a major impact on how Canadians prepare for retirement. Shifts in global culture have affected both pre-and post-retirement respondents brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic according to data collected in 2021. Twenty ...

1 year ago

The Canadian Report

Jim Murray ·

1 year ago

Zooming and Family

Royce Shook · Two years ago, my nephew did a 23 and me DNA test and we discovered that according to 23 and me, we had another brother who was older than I was by three years. I was the eldest of four brothers, so this was a shock. So, after a lot of investigation, he reached out and connected ...

1 year ago

2021 it is time to leave you

Royce Shook · 2021 was a brutal year for many. COVID, we thought was losing because of our scientists and the use of vaccinations for the vast majority of the population, (at least in my area where we are at 85% double vaccinated and 18% triple vaccinated, as of this date) However, COVID is no ...

1 year ago

How you doin'?

Jim Murray ·

1 year ago

The Truth About Covid

Jim Murray ·

1 year ago

Bad To Worse

Jim Murray · Reading the news about the spike in Covid cases in Ontario, and I thought about this lyric.

1 year ago

The Plague Chronicles

Jim Murray ·

1 year ago

Covid Opinion

Jim Murray ·

1 year ago

Words & Deeds

Jim Murray · I don’t know about you but I am coming up on twenty years of being on social media. And during that time, I’m sad to report, that I have seen a real deterioration in the civility of human beings towards each other. · It feels like a certain segment of our society has gotten angry ...

1 year ago

Thank You, Covid.

Robert Cormack · How a virus showed us the worst in ourselves. · “I am patient with stupidity but not with those who are proud of it.” Edith Sitwell · Frankly, I think we’ve spent too much time on the dangers of the coronavirus. We forget what this virus has given us. · I don’t mean the deaths, t ...

1 year ago

More Questions than answers, the new normal

Royce Shook · My thanks to Ken from the Tri-Cities Seniors Acton Society for this · Will the Influenza season interact with COVID this Fall? · How will the influenza season interact with COVID this Fall? Nobody really knows. · Last year, influenza virtually disappeared. There were many countri ...

1 year ago


Jim Murray · Americans are always pretty quick to talk up their achievements, and rightly so. The country excels in a number of different areas of endeavour. And today with a grand total of 719,000 deaths from Covid, they lead the world in another area. A lot of this rather dubious achievemen ...

1 year ago

Post from Jim Murray

Jim Murray · MINDS THAT WON'T CHANGE · I have been following the anti-vax movement for quite some time now and really trying to understand just what it hopes to achieve. The Covid virus isn't going away any time soon, and its reported that 99% of all new cases (and deaths), are among the un-v ...

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