Preparing for a very quiet Christmas

The Premier and Public Health officials have decided, based on the increasingly high numbers of CV19 cases in the province, to prohibit family gatherings at Christmas.  Christmas is now just two weeks away.  Here are some ideas to facilitate your preparations for what...

Preparing for a Pandemic Winter

Montreal is still in the Red Zone and gyms, restaurants and other gathering places remain closed.  We have to readjust our lives again.   We will not be able to live normally until there is a vaccine, so here are some tips to help prepare for a pandemic life in the...

Here we go…again

Westmount is in the Red Zone again, as we are in the second wave of the pandemic.  Our hospitals and ICUs are again at risk of getting overcrowded.  Montrealers have been asked to stay at home until October 28. It seems clear that this is going to be our way of life...

Nothing but Good News

In mid-April, during the COVID-19 crisis, members of the Canadian Military were sent to several long term care facilities in Ontario and Quebec to provide assistance to the dwindling staffs.  Yesterday morning, the Canadian Military submitted a report to the Prime...

Covid-19 Update

The COVID-19 lockdown has been part of our lives for the last seven (7) weeks.  Thanks to the dedication of our caregivers, our clients are all well and safe in their homes. And our caregivers are all well. In the province of Quebec there has been much attention given...

Things to do on a Snowy Day

Starting last Thursday evening, and ending Saturday night, Montreal received over 35 cms of snow. Sunday was the sort of day where you stood at the door and said, “Where do we go from here?” In any case, the snow ploughs and the dump trucks have been out...