We are living longer and in better health. It's time to redefine what it means to grow old in today's society.
Is death a right? Should we be able to decide when to die if terminally ill? I've been following the debate in Canada on whether to legalize assisted dying, or doctor-assisted suicide, or whether to pour more money into palliative, end-of-life care. I'm quite certain there won't be enough hospices or hospital beds for my... Continue Reading →
Phoenix is a tonic for Northern tourists I dislike winters that begin in October. It happens when you live in Edmonton, Canada's most northern metropolis. But this time, this year, my tolerance for shoveling in cold weather after a snow storm plunged to sub-zero. It must be another sign of age, I thought as I gathered... Continue Reading →