We are looking forward to The Canadian Club of Halton's next dinner on March 21st.
Dr. Goldman has been an active participant and keen observer of the culture of medicine over a long career. Since 2007, he has hosted White Coat, Black Art on CBC Radio revealing what goes on behind a hospital’s sliding doors.
Check out http://canadianclubhalton.ca/brian-goldman/ for more details!
Join Detective Constable Derek Gray of Halton Regional Police, as he delivers this seminar. Nobody is immune to fraud! Come and learn ways to protect yourself from identity theft, scams, phishing and smishing scams, and more. Cost $1 per person. Tansley United Church (2111 Walkers Line, Burlington). Register: 905-335-0090
Date: Monday, February 11, 3:00pm
Location: Knox Presbyterian Church, 23 Melville Street, Dundas
Beverley Yates, chaplain at St. Joseph’s Villa and Grief Counsellor, will help with understanding the physiological and emotional pieces that accompany the journey with someone who is dying. She will also address the process of grieving.
(Please enter through the glass doors of the education building off of Melville Street.)
Are you 55+ and an avid lifelong learner?
SuiteLiving360 cordially invites you to a free social learning opportunity presented by Olympic gold medallist, Larry Cain and social innovator, Norma Gamble
Social Strategies for Seniors
- part of the Full Esteem Ahead series
At this interactive session for seniors, created and delivered by seniors, Larry Cain’s inspiring success stories will enable you to:
Conferences and Events provide educational and networking opportunities.
Keeping up to date on scientific research, new best practices and policy changes.