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Brain bites

Why is it we can hear a song we haven’t even thought about for 30 years and instantly recall every single word, but can’t remember where we set our keys five minutes ago?

Fun family tips from A to Z

As your child’s first and most important teacher, you play a vital role in preparing your child for school.

January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

More than 70,000 British Columbians are living with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia, and nearly 10,000 of those individuals are under the age of 65.

How to prevent falls

Falls are the leading cause of injury for seniors.
Literacy matters

Literacy matters

Depression can be beaten

Depression can be beaten

Many people experiencing depression can recover and go on to lead happy lives without the aid of drugs, says Rita Corbett, who is presenting the eight-week Depression Recovery program starting in February.

Looking at Great White North from Down Under

When something has been part of your landscape all your life it’s easy to take it for granted.
If fish could talk and stuffed birds could listen …

If fish could talk and stuffed birds could listen …

Introduction: Students writing this story about some of their adventures at Scout Island work under the direction of Martin Kruus, School District 27’s elementary level home school teacher/co-ordinator.