October 31st is not Halloween to me anymore. No, I am not against Halloween. I still pass out candy to the kids who dress up and ring my doorbell. In fact, I love seeing the children in the neighborhood wearing their costumes excited to see what treat I have for them. You see, on October.. read more →

The Workplace Mental Health and PTSD Conference, a first of its kind in Nova Scotia, is taking place this week in Halifax. Global’s Natasha Pace reports. Community advocates, health-care professionals and government officials are gathering this week for the Workplace Mental Health and PTSD Conference, a first of its kind in Nova Scotia. “For too.. read more →

BURLINGTON — When we think about the casualties of war, it is often the physical injuries that come to mind. “But what about the injuries between the ears?” retired Lt.-Gen. Roméo Dallaire asked a crowd of more than 100 people gathered at the Art Gallery of Burlington Sunday afternoon. The author and humanitarian was speaking.. read more →