Coretta Scott King met Martin Luther King Jr in 1952. Although she was unsure if she wanted to get married so soon, she followed her heart and they were married on June 18, 1953.
Do you have a favourite love story about someone you know? We are looking to share love stories and photos on our blog. If you do, feel free to submit your photos and/or stories.
The Things We Do — Lisa
Bayshore HealthCare caregivers are what make our company Canada’s leading provider of home and community health care. Our latest Home Care Services project shares the true and touching stories of our caregivers in a papermation video series.
The things we do.
"Despite living in the same metropolitan area for 30-plus years, they managed to never cross paths."
60 years after coming home from the war, officers Tom Edwards and John Farnham are reunited. Read their story on Huffington Post — http://huff.to/1hTTHZu
We asked, you answered — thank you Tina for sharing how you spend quality time over the holidays with Nannie.
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Before They Were Grandparents: They were cat lovers.
Seniors are near and dear to our hearts, so naturally when we heard that Brampton Civic Hospital was building a senior-friendly emergency department we jumped in and promised to do what we could to support them!
For every new ‘Page Like’ we receive on our Facebook Page, we’re donating $1 to the hospital.
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The health care education standards in New Brunswick are changing and to keep up, our team took on the challenge of upgrading and becoming Personal Care Aides!
To celebrate their success, we hosted a graduation on November 21st for our 100+ employees who have achieved this new benchmark. This is one of the eager groups!
Before they were grandparents, they did it all.
We came across this wonderful series of photos on Viral Nova that we couldn’t wait to share. This set of reflection photos, taken by the talented Tom Hussey, illustrate how quickly a life can go by.
In a matter of hours on Friday, Typhoon Haiyan completely devastated parts of the central Philippines. It was one of the strongest storms ever recorded. The death toll is estimated up to 10,000 with hundreds of thousands more displaced. The country has declared a “state of calamity.”