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PNA Convention 2021 by Sandy McKean

For fear of burying the lead, I’ll get right to the point. Consider this article a call for all members of our pensioners national association to actively work to help increase our membership numbers.  Secondly, to join a rallying call for a mandate to aggressively fight for a place at the table to advocate for […]

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Moncton Chapter Interim President

Carole Ryan is now interim president of the Moncton/New Brunswick chapter of the CBC Pensioners National Association following the resignation of the present president, Donald Langis. This nomination will be effective as of Thursday, July 1st, and will end with elections to be held at the Annual General Assembly to be held in late October […]

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Summer Heatwave Survival Tips

NC) Along with summer comes extreme heat in many parts of the country. Over the next 30 years the number of extremely hot days in a year is expected to double in some parts of Canada. This level of heat can put your health at risk if you don’t take precautions. Here are some key […]

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LIVING IN COVID TIMES by Jeanne Choquette

The image of a retired person who has since become crazy busy definitely describes me since September of 2014. My “retirement” began with the organizing of the “CBC I care/Radio-Canada j’y tiens” concert at the NAC. Right after that, I became my mother’s caregiver, which I really enjoyed. At the same time I was volunteering […]

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More accessible virtual health care

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many challenges and obstacles to be overcome. For example some businesses adopted telework, speeding up existing digital transformation efforts and obtaining mechanisms in order to be able to function remotely. Self-isolation and physical distancing became a requirement, and the healthcare sector responded accordingly. Since March 2020, a number of people have been able to consult a […]

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