By the time you read this, summer will officially be upon us and we’ll have passed the longest day of the year. It seems somehow wrong that we’re just getting into the warm weather and yet the countdown of sunlight hours and minutes begins towards winter, but such is life in Canada.
It’s Saturday morning, and you make your way to favourite coffee shop for the caffeine boost needed to start your day.
Thank you to mental health advocate
Time to rock the boat.
So, I see the Burgoyne Bridge is allegedly nearing completion.
It’s 2017 and our world is changing rapidly — including how we age. Let’s take a look at the facts that reflect that we are living in a new age and that we need to abandon many age-old beliefs about growing old and being retired.
It’s time for a look back, a little reminiscing, if you will.A Niagara Note first appeared in The Niagara Falls Review in the fall of 1991 and has been a regular feature ever since. Through preparing this column, I’ve had the extreme pleasure and privilege of “meeting” a vast number of individuals from Niagara Falls’ past.
I am currently enrolled in a very prestigious school, the most important one I’ve ever attended. The students are sleep deprived and hooked on caffeine, but not from studying for finals. Located in communities all over the world, it’s called NDU (New Dad University).
Today we hear a great deal about personal autonomy. This philosophical concept is generally understood to be the ability to decide to be one’s own person, to live one’s life according to reasons and motives that are taken as one’s own and not the product of external forces. This does not mean we have the freedom to do whatever we want.