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In Pursuit of the Golden Years: “Going Green” Isn’t Just for Young Whippersnappers

by Shauna Dorko, Sidney SeniorCare –  You may think that seniors aren’t as concerned as the rest of us with environmental sustainability or their ecological footprint, or that they don’t have any influence with green issues. Wrong. Seniors are more active and engaged in the issues that affect our world than ever before, and most …

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Last Word with Allison Smith

When I was  little, the term “Living Green” probably hadn’t even been invented yet. “Doing your part for the planet” meant recycling your tin cans and glass bottles, but that was about it. Composting was something only hippies did, you let the water run while you brushed your teeth and virtually everything was thrown in …

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Can We Talk with Sue Hodgson

Publisher Sue Hodgson Talks With Lorraine Brewster, Senior Manager of Panorama Recreation Centre Your love of, and connection to, parks and recreation started at a young age as a playground leader. With 30 years of experience in the field, you still have such an affinity for it. As senior manager at Panorama Recreation you oversee the …

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First Word with Sue Hodgson

Every day I feel privileged to know so many incredible women in our community. Whether it’s my next door neighbors, my children’s teachers, my colleagues or the many local entrepreneurs … they are everywhere I look. In this issue of Seaside Magazine we are celebrating International Women’s Day by showcasing women in business with our Sixth …

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