Archives: 2018


NL/Labrador Christmas Luncheon 2018

There was fine food, lots of stories, plenty of laughter and some foolishness at this year’s annual Christmas Luncheon for members of the CBC Pensioners Association in St. John’s, NL. The event was held on Monday, December 10 at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 1. President Bill Maher extended Christmas Greetings to everyone and thanked […]

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10 Tips for Protecting Personal Information

1. Think twice Whether it’s online or in-person, you are constantly being asked for your personal data. Don’t just blindly give it up. Think about why the information is needed, who will use it and how. Remember, the Internet never forgets. Once information is out there, it’s very hard to get it back. You should […]

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Three-year action plan (2018-2021)

Three-year action plan of the CBC Pensioners National Association. Download file.

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PTSD does not discriminate; it can affect anyone regardless of their age, gender or race. PTSD is brought on by experiencing or witnessing a traumatic, often life-threatening event. At particular risk are individuals who work in occupations where they are repeatedly exposed to trauma under high levels of stress. Also at risk are people who […]

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Darce Fardy – Pessimism is sometimes hard to avoid

As it was going to print I was told I had dementia. It was noted in the last pages of the book. And there I was with an uncertain future for me and Dorothea and my wonderful family. If my dementia is not showing improvement then it must be deteriorating. But it doesn’t feel like […]

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