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South Nation Watershed Conditions: Water Safety Statement

South Nation Watershed Conditions: Water Safety Statement
Finch – The South Nation Conservation Authority has issued a ‘Water Safety Statement’ A significant weather system is forecasted to cross the province over the weekend and into next week. Environment and Climate Change Canada is forecasting 20-40 mm of rain starting Monday, February 19th through Wednesday, February 21st. In addition, above freezing temperatures are forecasted starting Sunday, February 18th.... Read More

Winchester Hospital: Caring for our Patients – Night and Day

Winchester Hospital: Caring for our Patients – Night and Day
Winchester – Kim Campbell has been a nurse for 44 years and has spent 32 of those years at Winchester District Memorial Hospital (WDMH). For the past decade, she has worked the night shift as a Charge Nurse – literally being ‘in charge’ of the hospital overnight. “We do everything,” she laughs. “People assume it’s quieter at night, but it’s definitely not.”... Read More

Dundas Manor: A Passion for Caring for the Elderly

Dundas Manor: A Passion for Caring for the Elderly
Winchester – A chance meeting with two Dundas Manor staff members led to a new role for Ursula Lamoureux. She has recently joined the Dundas Manor team as the new Director of Care. “I met Jennifer Hill and Kerrie Charlebois at a leadership course and was really intrigued by the passion they showed when talking about Dundas Manor and its residents,” explains... Read More

Ontario Festival of Small Halls seeking new venue submissions

Ontario Festival of Small Halls seeking new venue submissions
Ottawa – The Ontario Festival of Small Halls is looking to share the love – small hall love, that is. Read More

Dundas Manor: Understanding Dementia

Dundas Manor: Understanding Dementia
Winchester – When caring for residents with dementia, we ask many questions: what do they understand? what causes them to become upset? what makes life more enjoyable? Personal Support Workers (PSW) Jeannie Barkley and Heather Cronin are helping their colleagues find answers to these types of questions – and helping to provide better care for our residents. Additional provincial funding has... Read More