Give it your best shot

As the world starts to reopen, it can be easy to jump back into life. But it’s important to remember that the pandemic is not quite over. There are still many Canadians who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 and there are still safety guidelines we have to obey.

We all want to hug our loved ones, high five our friends and laugh together. But we still have to be careful. Here are some quick tips to keep in mind when it comes to the COVID-19 vaccination.

5 Gifts to give during the 2020 holiday season

This year has arguably been more deserving than any other of joy, gifts and celebrations to wrap up the year. The year 2020 has seen many people gasping for breath in literal and figurative sense. However, this Christmas and holiday season will be different. We may not all get to see the people we would like to see, but we can celebrate in a different way. Here are some ideas for gifts that let us all get back to the Dickensian meaning of Christmas: health, joy, charity, caring and happiness.

Getting ready for back to school 2020

September Spike can be a challenging time of the year for parents of all children with asthma. This year, that challenge is even greater due to COVID-19. What may add to the stress even more is that there are still many uncertainties and unknowns. Some parents will send their children back to school, while others will participate in online learning.

Likewise, not all children will be required to wear a face mask. It’s a challenging time, but we are here to help.

Why hospice is nothing to fear

By Marketa Stastna on 2020-01-22

End of life is a difficult topic to discuss among many cultures within Canada.

It is a taboo subject that is often avoided for fear of the unknown. Palliative care – and/or hospice care – is something that can strike fear into the hearts of loved ones. It can feel too final to comprehend. It is with mixed emotions that caregivers agree to move their loved one to a hospice care facility.