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Archive for September, 2016

Canadian Cities with the Oldest Population – A Place for Mom Senior Living News and Trends (blog)

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016:

As Baby Boomers start to reach the age of 65, Canada’s senior population continues to rise dramatically. However, with the latest census showing a resurgence of young children (the under-five population in Canada grew by 11% since the census), it would seem that Canada has become a country of dependents, which is putting a huge strain on the generations sandwiched between our children and our seniors. Learn more about the Canadian cities with the oldest population. Top Cities with the Oldest Population in Canada Ensuring that our provinces are equipped to help plan and care for our aging populations is critical to Canadian […] Read More →

Mara Wilson Wants You to Know Where She Is Now – Observer

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016:

Mara Wilson, author and storyteller. Even if you don’t know Mara Wilson by name, those who grew up in the ‘90s are all but guaranteed to recognize her face. About two decades ago, the former child actress starred in a string of standout roles: Robin Williams’ pouty youngest daughter in Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), a staunch Santa believer in the remake of Miracle on 34th Street (1994), and a precocious telekinetic in Matilda (1996), among other spots on Melrose Place and a few made-for-TV movies (1997’s A Simple Wish with Martin Short). Her more visible films, which also featured big names […] Read More →

Syrian War Civilian Death Toll 2016: ISIS, Assad Regime Fuel Refugee Crisis With Growing Violence

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016:

The death toll from Syria’s five-year civil war has reached 300,000 victims, devastating Syrian villages and cities and fueling a refugee crisis that has confounded political leaders in Europe and the Middle East. More than 86,000 civilians were among the 301,781 people killed in the conflict between the regime of President Bashar Assad and rebels seeking to overthrow him, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said this week.  The new death toll represents an increase of about 9,000 people since the monitoring group released its previous count in August. Humanitarian groups sent 20 trucks filled with food, children’s clothes and toys into northern Syria from the Turkish border town of Cilvegozu […] Read More →

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