Adults with physical disabilities are being placed in long term care homes

By admin - Published on Tuesday, 21 November 2017 09:23

".....More than 90,000 people spent time in “long-stay” beds in Ontario long-term care homes last fiscal year, according to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care."

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Nursing homes in Ontario ordered to stop new admissions

By admin - Published on Tuesday, 21 November 2017 09:21

"The order affects two facilities operated by the Sharon Village Care Homes chain, Tyndall Nursing Home in Mississauga and Earls Court Long Term Care in London, along with a home from the Caressant Care chain in Fergus."

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16 foods for diabetes

By admin - Published on Tuesday, 21 November 2017 09:15

"Here are the 16 best foods for diabetics, both type 1 and type 2."

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"The Far Future—Coming Soon"

By admin - Published on Sunday, 25 June 2017 13:51

"Imagine taking a time machine back to 1750—a time when the world was in a permanent power outage, long-distance communication meant either yelling loudly or firing a cannon in the air, and all transportation ran on hay. When you get there, you retrieve a dude, bring him to 2015, and then walk him around and watch him react to everything. It’s impossible for us to understand what it would be like for him to see shiny capsules racing by on a highway, talk to people who had been on the other side of the ocean earlier in the day, watch sports that were being played 1,000 miles away, hear a musical performance that happened 50 years ago, and play with my magical wizard rectangle that he could use to capture a real-life image or record a living moment, generate a map with a paranormal moving blue dot that shows him where he is, look at someone’s face and chat with them even though they’re on the other side of the country, and worlds of other inconceivable sorcery. This is all before you show him....."

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"CBC Toronto camera captures company employee copying electronic keys"

By admin - Published on Monday, 19 June 2017 08:30

"For $35, nearly anyone can copy an electronic key fob and get access to dozens of Toronto condo towers, a CBC Toronto investigation has revealed.

CBC Toronto used hidden cameras to show how easy it is to do.

Toronto businessman George Laczko is the director of FobCopy, a walk-in and mail-in business near Bloor and Sherbourne streets that copies different types of fobs — small electronic key tags that give people access to condo towers and their common areas like lobbies, gyms, pools and even change rooms."

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