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1 in 3 Canadians are targets of financial fraud during the pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, fraudsters are taking advantage of people by preying on fears and using misinformation. In fact, one in three Canadians indicated they have been targeted by attempts to obtain their financial information through phishing or hacking, according to data from the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada. Some common scams can include […]

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There was no time signal that day by R.J. Noel McKinstry

In the members-only section – under News – you can find this story by Mr. McKinstry. There was no time signal that day

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Dialogue pilot to end

The pilot project that allowed CBC retirees and employees on-line access to a virtual health network is coming to an end. Dialogue was introduced on a trial basis last April and provided access to services such as the filling and renewal of prescriptions, request blood work or a referral to a specialist, consultation for minor conditions (allergies, […]

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Information on Mesothelioma (exposure to asbestos)

CBC Winnipeg retiree Warren Weldon has shared some very important information for anyone who has worked at CBC Winnipeg and contracted Mesothelioma. Mesothelioma can be caused by exposure to asbestos.  It begins as tumors in the pleura area – a thin membrane with fluid that surrounds the lungs – which leads to restrictive breathing among […]

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Preparing for your COVID-19 vaccine appointment

(NC) Feeling nervous about your COVID-19 vaccine appointment? It’s more common than you think and nothing to be embarrassed about. But don’t let that stop you from getting your shot when it’s available to you. Here are some tips to help you feel prepared, comfortable and to ensure a positive experience. Choose the strategies that […]

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