Suicide within the Medical Profession – Doctors are not Immune

I attended a very early morning lecture on Friday, March 22, 2019, at the Cummings School of Medicine at the University of Calgary. The lecture was entitled “When a Colleague Dies: Growing Through Tragedy.”  The lecture was presented by Dr. Michael F Myers, a psychiatrist from New York. The lecture focused more specifically on the […]

Some BIG news!

Hello from snowy Alberta! This may come as a bit of a surprise to some of you, not all of you, that I have moved across this great country yet again, returning to Alberta. It took seven years to complete the matters related to my Mother’s estate, with a final court date of September 17, […]

Dalhousie University Lecture on Dying Inmates in the Canadian Prison System

Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law, held a presentation in Spring Hill, Nova Scotia last night, called Preserving the Rights of Aging Prisoners, with Professor Dr. Adelina Iftene. Wow, what an eye opener! The prison system in Canada sounds pretty archaic in how it treats the sick, terminally ill and dying prisoners. Many may say […]