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Tips to survive a heat wave

(NC) Most of us enjoy everything our short summers have to offer. But a heat wave can make even the biggest warm-weather enthusiasts long for winter. Stay cool and comfortable with these tips from Health Canada. Understand heat illnesses. Hot temperatures can be dangerous and lead to heat illnesses such as heat exhaustion, heat fainting, heat […]

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CBC Pension Plan – Highlights 2017

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Easy ways to keep your brain active

(NC) Like exercising your body, exercising your brain is also important. Keeping your mind active and engaged may help reduce your risk of dementia. Here are some fun things you can do every day. Puzzle games. Research shows that people who do word puzzles and brain teasers score better on tests measuring cognitive abilities like attention, […]

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New CBCPNA Executive members

A new executive committee has taken over the governance of the CBC Pensioners National Association following the Annual General Meeting. Denis Collette (Winnipeg, Manitoba) was elected President, David Jeffrey (Kanata, Ontario) as Vice-President (Anglophone), Suzanne Aubin (Longueil, Québec) as Vice-President (Francophone), and Réjean Labrie (Brossard, Québec) as Treasurer. Elections for the above positions were held for the first time in the short history […]

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Darce Fardy – Return to Gym

It’s comforting to know that studies continue on the mystery of dementia. I have read that the brain tissue lab at Dalhousie University, led by Dr. Sultan Darvesh, has concluded that there’s hope for a cure for Alzheimer’s or, at least, that one in three cases may be preventable. This comforts me. Dementia is something […]

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