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Ed Hand | January 11, 2021 | in Comment
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It’s all about perspective. On the first night of the Quebec curfew to curb Covid cases, more than 200 tickets were handed out to people who felt they were above the law. $1550 is a pretty penny to pay for arrogance. Now Ontario is mulling further restrictions to clamp down on the rising number of cases.  Could a curfew be on the horizon for... More
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During this holiday season, the team at Unpublished Media would like to extend its Best Wishes to you and your family and friends for a happy, healthy and prosperous new year! 2020 was an exceptionally challenging year. The pandemic has affected everyone, everywhere, in ways we never imagined. But, true to form Canadians are meeting the challenge... More
John Redins | November 29, 2020 | in Published
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Imagine getting into a car accident or waking up to find out you can’t move your legs. You might even have invisible disabilities, like mental health challenges. Your whole life changes overnight. Yes a disability can happen to anyone at any giving time. What do you do? The federal government has benefits that are limited within the first year and... More
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Fear is coursing through long-term care homes in Canada as the country slips into the second wave of the pandemic. Will it be as fatal as the first wave? During the first wave of Covid about 8 in 10 deaths from the virus occured in long-term care facilities. In late spring, the federal government called in the military to help with homes dealing... More

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