Page 1



very March, the world celebrates Ireland’s patron saint. But how much do you really know about St. Patrick and his adopted homeland? Saint Patrick was the Christian missionary who is credited with converting Ireland to Christianity in the 400sAD. Since there are so many legends that surround his life, it is difficult to find a definitive truth. Many do not know that St. Patrick was not actually Irish at all. While his exact birthplace and date are not known, it is believed he was born around the year 400AD in Scotland or Wales. As a young man, Patrick was kidnapped and sold into slavery as a sheep herder in Ireland. During his six-years in captivity, he became fluent in the Irish language. Patrick eventually escaped captivity after having a vision that told him to leave Ireland by going to the coast where he would find a ship waiting. Following these instructions, Patrick made his escape. Eventually, he made his way to France where he became a priest, and following another dream in which the people of Ireland were calling to him, he returned. He travelled throughout Ireland for 40 years, preaching to the people and converting thousands, including the high king.


It is believed he died on the 17th of March, 460AD, and that is why Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated on March 17th. St. Patrick is just one of many legendary figures to come alive on a visit to Ireland. The mystical land that enchanted Patrick has had a similar affect on visitors from around the world. Perched on Europe’s Western edge, visitors can expect stunning scenery unfolding around every turn in this land which is steeped in history. Ireland offers a plethora of castles, cathedrals, cliffs and caves. From the lively capital of Dublin to the barren west coast, to the long-troubled north, every place has its’ own story to tell. Throw in some whiskey, great music, legends and lore, and plenty of Irish charm along the way, and Ireland should be at the top of everyone’s destination list. Victoria-based Mile Zero Tours is off to Enchanted Ireland this October with a full 13-day tour of the Emerald Island. The tour includes all the must-see sites, a hefty dose of local culture, many meals and return airfare from Victoria. As always, enjoy complimentary home pick-up and return service on this or any other Mile Zero Tours trip. For details on this trip or others, visit: MileZeroTours. com or phone: 250-590-0811.

20 years of placing Victoria’s Seniors first! Proudly Local

Book a tour and stay for lunch

118 8 E s q u i m a l t Ro a d | 2 5 0. 3 8 6 .118 8 | w w w. r e n a i s s a n c e v i c t o r i a . c o m



allouses are thickenings of normal skin in response to increased pressure to the skin. As they get larger, they cause irritation to the area and can eventually become so severe that they can inhibit your mobility. In some instances, the callous can precipitate a serious health problem known as ‘skin ulceration’. Shoe changes and callous debridement can help alleviate these lesions. Using orthotics to change the weight distribution on your feet can be a life saver for many patients. Dr. Kent Butler, D.P.M., graduated with honours from the California College of Podiatric Medicine. He then completed a one-year surgical residency followed by a one-year biomechanics fellowship at the Pacific Coast Hospital in San Francisco. Specializing in biomechanics helps him to accurately assess a patient’s foot and leg function

during the gait examination. As a student, Dr. Butler worked for four years making prescription orthotics for podiatrists. Here, he learned various fabrication techniques and modification skills to facilitate orthotic function. Dr. Butler is the only podiatrist who personally handcrafts every step of each custom orthotic for his patients. Foot pain is not something you have to live with. Most foot problems can be treated successfully. Happy feet allow you to enjoy an active and healthier life. “I love my job and would be glad to help you with your foot health. My mission is to treat every patient with respect and honesty.” Dr. Kent Butler is located in the Royal Oak Shopping Centre, #207-4480 West Saanich Rd. Phone: 250-704-1178.

Free Presentations at Goward House Money Matters Coffee Club Thursday, Mar 28, 2 to 3:30 p.m. Estate Planning: Advance Funeral Planning • Where do I start? • What choices do I have? • What are some of the costs? • What information do I need?

Stop bunion growth and joint pain.

Call Today to Take Advantage of $250 per person Early Bird Discounts

Guest speaker: Susan Benesch, owner, Earth’s Option Cremation and Burial Services This info session is made possible by Pam Katunar, financial advisor with Raymond James. Free and everyone welcome. Space is limited. Register by tel: 250-477-4401.

13 DAY – ENCHANTED IRELAND Stunning scenery unfolds at every turn on this circular route on the Emerald Isle. Kiss the Blarney stone, tour the Ring of Kerry, and take in the view from atop the precipitous Cliffs of Moher. Walk on the Giant’s Causeway and tour the murals of Belfast. Overnight in a historic castle and enjoy some whiskey, great music and plenty of Irish charm along the way.

Frauds and Seniors Monday, Apr. 1, 10 to 11 a.m. Protect Yourself Against Fraud Hear Sgt. Karen Phillips, head of Saanich Police Fraud Section, speak on these important topics: phone scams / CRA scams, computer fraud, identity theft, elder abuse. Free and everyone welcome. Space is limited. Register by tel: 250-477-4401. 2495 Arbutus Rd.,

Dr. Kent Butler D Foot Specialist F

$5299 per person based on double occupancy (Price includes airfare, home pick up service, and all taxes)

I handcraft each orthotic just for you!

Royal Oak Shopping Centre #207-4480 West Saanich Rd

Inspired, Vibrant Retirement


This community is for you.


This is not an offering for sale as an offering can only be made by disclosure statement. The developer reserves the right to make modifications to the information and representations contained herein. Features, amenities and programs are proposed only and are subject to change. E. & O.E.

*Home pickup/return in Greater Victoria – travel starts at your door!


We encourage you to sign up for our focus groups to share with us what matters to you most. Pre-sales and rental reservations will launch this Spring. Please make an appointment now to see our show suite, preview layouts and register your choices.


Condominiums & Rentals Independent and Supportive Living Licenced Care

Discovery Centre: #110 – 645 Tyee Road, Victoria BC Hours: Wed-Fri 12 – 5pm, Sat 1 – 5pm or by appt. O 250.940.5155 M 778.951.5409 E





oday, modern science is proving the amazing healing abilities of warm baths. And what better way to soak than in a safe, secure walk-in tub in your own home?


Millions of Canadians suer from arthritis. The Arthritis Foundation states that warm water stimulates blood ow to sti muscles and joints, keeping them more exible and comfortable.

Soaking in warm water also reduces the gravity that causes joint compression. A study conducted by two physicians in 1998 showed that 90 per cent of the pressure on joints was relieved by soaking in warm water. After only three weeks of regular soaking, patients had considerably less stiness, less pain and increased exibility. Walk-in tubs with jets can increase the therapeutic beneďŹ ts, as well as the enjoyment of walk-in bathtubs.


A recent study conducted by the Mayo Clinic revealed that soaking in a nice, warm bath oered beneďŹ ts similar to those provided by cardio ďŹ tness exercises. Soaking in a warm tub was shown to increase heart rate while actually lowering blood pressure. A warm soak was not only far more enjoyable and comfortable than exercising, it put less strain on the heart, protected against arrhythmias and improved heart strength.


Studies show that a 20-minute bath enjoyed an hour before bedtime relaxes sore, tired muscles and improves sleep readiness. A sound night’s sleep rejuvenates mind and body and increases your overall sense of well-being. In addition to stress relief, walk-in bath-tubs can increase immune function, boost your metabolism, lower blood pressure, manage diabetes and improve heart health.

bathing provides safety and makes it easier for the caregiver to help the patient into and out of the tub. The high sides allow for dignity and privacy.


The CDC states that two-thirds of all injuries occur in the bathroom. Bathtubs for the disabled oer peace of mind with their special built-in safety features. They oer a low step in for getting in and out easily. Safe, anti-slip surfaces mean you don’t have to worry about slip and fall accidents. Sturdy built-in safety bars make sure you can get up and down securely.


In this era of cheap outsourcing and shoddily made foreign products, it’s nice to know that some things, like walk-in bathtubs, are still made right here in North America. This means you get a well-made, high quality tub that is safe, works great and has a lifetime warranty.



According to the New England Journal of Medicine, simply enjoying a nice soak in a warm bath reduced blood sugar levels by up to 13 per cent in those suering from type II diabetes. Research indicates that reducing stress levels can also help improve blood sugar levels.


Bathtubs for the disabled are a blessing for those suering from Alzheimer’s. Secure walk-in bathtubs help allay fears that patients may have. Being seated during

Beth Wallace is a safety specialist for Canadian Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co. She visits seniors at their homes and shows them how they can make their homes safer. Safe-Step Walk-in tub company is committed to empowering North America’s senior citizens and those suering from the eects of disability and mobility impairment. Safe-Step oers domestically produced walk-in bathtubs and walk-in showers tailored to your speciďŹ c needs. More details, visit:



Springtime Senior Special! EARLY RISER DISCOUNT



20% OFF


for all seniors before 11am

Some restrictions apply. Expires March 13, 2019



Č—ƥ‡”…ƒÂ?ǯ–„‡…‘Â?„‹Â?‡†™‹–Š‘–Š‡”ƒ†˜‡”–‹•‡†‘ƥ‡”•Ǥ”‘Â?‘–‹‘Â?˜ƒŽ‹†—Â?–‹Ž ‡„͡͝͸͜͡ͿǤ‘Â?‡…‘Â?†‹–‹‘Â?•ƒ’’Ž›Ǥ HEART COMPOUNDING PHARMACY AT CADBORO BAY, 3825 Cadboro Bay Rd. Ph: 250-477-2131 HEART PHARMACY AT FAIRFIELD PLAZA, FairďŹ eld Plaza, 1594 FairďŹ eld Rd. Ph: 250-598-9232 HEART PHARMACY AT SHELBOURNE PLAZA, 3643 Shelbourne St. Ph: 250-477-1881 UVIC CAMPUS PHARMACY, UVIC SUB, 3800 Finnerty Rd. Ph: 250-721-3400 ST. ANTHONY’S CLINIC PHARMACY, 582 Goldstream Ave. Ph: 250-478-8338

Helping Seniors Live Well at Home Don’t settle for anything less than what your loved one deserves.

In Partnership with:

Veterans Affairs Blue Cross

Live well at home with your personally selected Caregiver, from hourly to 24/7 live-in and short term respite care. Home Care Assistance is the only home care agency that offers Cognitive Therapeutics, a research-backed activities program that promotes brain health and vitality. Call for a free in-home assessment. 1133 Fort St., Victoria 250-592-4881 Flader Business Centre, 101–9837 7th St., Sidney


From Unnoticed Ensemble to Global Phenomenon

March 2019

The success story of Shen Yun


he story of Shen Yun Performing Arts is somewhat of a fairy tale — the journey of a small group of leading Chinese artists turning a dream into a reality by touching the hearts of millions of audience members around the world. That number is growing exponentially as the acclaimed classical Chinese dance company launches its 2019 global tour, with six companies touring simultaneously. This year, Shen Yun returns to Vancouver for the 13th time, playing 10 shows at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre March 22 to 31. Five of those shows are matinees, which is good news for Vancouver Island residents because they can take a morning ferry, see the show, and return in the evening without the added expense of staying overnight in Vancouver. What is it about this New York-based group of artists that has captivated so many theatre-goers worldwide — transcending culture, race and ethnicity? Certainly, Shen Yun draws top artists from around the world, including winners of international competitions in classical Chinese dance and music, charming showgoers through superb dance and a unique orchestra which highlights Chinese melodies in a seamless combination of Eastern and Western instruments. The program is a visual feast, showcasing exquisite, handmade costumes and state-of-the-art technology, with ground breaking animated backdrops that extend the stage and transport theatregoers into different realms that

depict the natural world as well as ancient Chinese art, such as classical Chinese gardens and heavenly scenes often portrayed in Buddhist paintings. Contributing to the extraordinary performance is, not only the artists’ and the entire team’s talent and vigourous devotion to excellence, but their deep belief in and embodiment of Shen Yun’s mission. Established in New York in 2006, Shen Yun was founded on the mission of reviving the authentic traditional culture of China through classical Chinese dance and music. The name ‘Shen Yun’ means “the beauty of divine beings dancing.” It reflects the company’s aspiration to share the ancient Chinese belief that the arts are a gift to humankind from heaven. Shen Yun masterfully presents the noble values and authentic artistry of China’s ancient culture rooted in 5,000 years of civilization. The effects are deeply felt by audience members. According to reviews, many audience members say they found the show calming, uplifting, inspiring or deeply spiritual. “Spiritually uplifting” was how theatre critic Coral Drouyn described the performance. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience and you must not miss it!” she said. Richard Wolfe, former vice-president of technology at 20th Century Fox, said, “Unbelievable. Best show I’ve ever seen. If you miss this show, you miss the best show.”



5,000 Years of Civilization Reborn

Topic: Date: Location: Presented: Cost:

55+ Lifestyle Show March 12th ~ 9:00am - 3:00pm Pearkes Recreaton Centre 3100 Tillicum Rd., Victoria, BC Inspired Magazine $ 5.00 Lots of FREE PARKING

Refresh with a day of Inspirtation & Renewal 100+ Exhibitors and all day entertainment! See more details at:

“Really out of this world! The words to describe it might be ‘divine,’ ‘reborn,’ and ‘hope.’

See it to believe it!”

For more info and events or to donate visit or call 250-370-5664

—Christine Walevska, world-renowned cellist, saw Shen Yun 4 times

Thanks to our Media Sponsors:

March 22–31 Queen Elizabeth Theatre 888.974.3698 Many Sold-Out Shows Across North America. Secure Your Seats Now! $500

Off with Promo Code: TC2019


Measles is a Viral Disease

Add Beauty to Your Home and Surroundings This Spring supply remenants and notions if you like to do it yourself. This winter, Pete’s Tent and Awning has been busy creating some tents, new umbrella canvases, and a line of custom bike covers and trailer skirts




ete’s Tent and Awning is eager and happy to improve your home and surroundings. Each spring, there are many new products and projects, both small and large, to help you to beautify your home, business and boat. The latest styles and colours become available in March. This is a great time of year to start updating those covers for everything — from seating to barbecue and outdoor kitchen protection. Seventy per cent of Pete’s projects are custom made. Part of the fun is choosing from the many options available in fabrics and styles, and Pete’s has so many options to offer that other stores just don’t have. Pete’s can design and produce almost any kind of cover, and create mesh shades, canvas and vinyl products. All workmanship and products come with a five to ten-year warranty.


Pete’s offers many ways to help keep you cool and protected from Victoria’s liquid sunshine all summer long. Enjoy your gatherings under custom designed water and sun covers, available in every size to fit all locations. Pete’s Tent and Awning creates covers and awnings for outside furniture using Sunbrella, as well as a selection of other water and sun resistant fabrics. There are over 200 patterns and styles to choose from.


Pete’s also recovers garden swings, including awnings and shade cloth. Time to update your spring and summer furniture and upholstery? Pete’s will help freshen it up and make it beautiful. Pete’s purpose is to improve your surroundings, add beauty, protective cover, and even

Did you know that awnings deliver shade and protect you and your home from the sun? Awnings also conserve energy and reduce heat by up to 60 per cent. Sunbrella’s 10-year warranty is a great investment of your home. This spring, let indoor and outdoor projects inspire you — update and enjoy your space. If you would like a custom project created, Pete’s can help. The repair department knows how to fix almost everything — from tents to trailer covers to marine canvas. They also know how to repair old and create new tarps. If they can’t help you, they will help you find someone who will! Call or email to find out how they can help with your project. They love to see photos of your nooks, umbrellas, cushions and seating areas, so please bring them with you when you visit. 252 Island Highway, Phone: 250479-9124.

Visit Live Well Pharmacist for all your Health and Wellness Needs Pharmasave Locations Offer: • FREE local prescription delivery • Medication experts to discuss your specific health care needs • Blister packaging to help organize your medications • Customized medications (Compounding Services) • Easy prescription transfers • Large selection of Home Health Care products • Postal outlet

JOIN US FOR SENIOR’S DAY The 1st Wednesday of Every Month! 15% Off Everything in Store* *Some exclusions apply. See in store details.

Proudly serving the local community: James Bay: #113 – 230 Menzies Street ............................. 250.383.7196 Broadmead Village: #310 – 777 Royal Oak Drive .............. 250.727.2284

t might be safe to say that people have heard about the recent measles outbreak in Vancouver and Seattle. Outbreaks of this sort are rare in Canada. In fact, Health Canada reported only 29 domestic cases of measles is 2018. Measles was thought to be essentially eradicated in Canada after 1979, due to routine vaccination programs. However, outbreaks of this nature do bring up the ideas of herd immunity and antivaccination support. This article will try not to be a debate for either side — just facts about the matter. Measles, like rubella, mumps and chickenpox, is a viral disease. Symptoms of childhood viral diseases tend to overlap. Symptoms include fever, runny nose, sore throat and skin rashes. Most health care practitioners might have not seen a case of measles. The unique characteristic of measles is the small, blue-white spot on a red background that can appear on the inside of the cheeks. Like most viral diseases, the infection pattern is similar. Symptoms of the infection might not show up for one to two weeks after exposure. People are infectious for a time period before, during and after symptoms appear. This a very vague timeline for this disease, but it does highlight the fact that you can be contagious without demonstrating any symptoms. The consequences of catching measles for most healthy people are annoying. Young children, infants, the elderly, and those with weakened immune systems are most at risk of developing complications. The most worrisome risks of measles infections are encephalitis (brain swelling), pneumonia and blindness. It is thought to be fatal in two to three of every 1000 infections. This might not sound like much, but according to the World Health Organization, 157,700 died from the measles in 2011. This is close to the population of Victoria City. Public vaccination programs are effective due to the theory of herd immunity. To explain herd immunity, let us imagine a group of cows standing in tightly packed circle. With 95 per cent of cows vaccinated, there is a low risk of an unvaccinated cow standing on the edge of the circle spreading the disease to another unvaccinated cow standing in the middle of the circle. Conversely, if only 10 per cent of the cows are vaccinated, it is easy to spread through the entire herd, as unvaccinated and susceptible cows might be standing side by side. More vaccination, less chance that susceptible people will come into contact with each other. The exact percentage of vaccination to reach herd immunity is not known, but is thought to be in the 85 per cent range. One of the reasons why there is a yearly influenza outbreak is that vaccination rates for the yearly flu shot are as high as 45 per cent in the general population. One fascinating story of herd immunity and measles occured in the winter of 2014 at the happiest place on earth. There were 110 California residents who contracted measles after visiting Disneyland. Forty-five per cent of those affected were unvaccinated, 67 per cent intentionally. Only 12 per cent of those affected were vaccinated. There were no numbers given for people attending the theme park during the outbreak, but anyone who has been to Disneyland can use their imagination. There are few contradictions to receiving most vaccines, and they are thought to be very safe. Side effects are usually limited to mild flu-like symptoms which last a few days. More, most serious complication of the measles vaccine is a treatable bleed risk that occurs in one of every 40,000 vaccines. I had to look hard to find this side effect. The evidence suggesting that vaccines are linked to autism spectrum disorder was discredited around 2003. Most of us who were vaccinated as children are thought to have lifetime immunity to measles. If you are not sure, or want to update your immunity, you can receive a free vaccine from pharmacies, physicians’ offices or from public health clinics. If you are unvaccinated, you can choose to receive a vaccine at any age — there is no age of medical consent in Canada. –

Renew & Refresh! Get Ready for Summer Now!

Keep your house cool with Sunbrella Window Awnings Get your boat Ship Shape with Sunbrella Protective Canvasses Your Authorized Sunbrella Retailer



250-479-9124 252 Island Hwy, Victoria


Ping Pong for Parkinson’s Submitted by Silver Threads Service


esearch shows that exercise that is aerobic and learning-based is beneficial for those with Parkinson’s disease due to the protective factor of neuroplasticity. Anecdotal evidence shows regular exercise can reduce stiffness and improve mobility, posture and gait. Ping pong also challenges our cardio vascular system, which is good for everyone. Beyond the aerobic benefit, ping pong provides an activity that is fluid, has a rhythmic motion, core rotation, and strengthens the body with the side to side movement. Participants with Parkinson’s describe “getting into the flow” and a mental focus that is similar to meditation. It is relaxing, yet stimulating, at the same time.

The bottom line is that exercise will make you feel better and improve your health. Finding folks who are having a shared experience managing Parkinson’s can provide support and kinship in the journey. The social benefits are as important to our overall health as the physical ones. The Victoria Silver Threads is offering a new program that will encourage neuroplasticity, and is a great way for people with Parkinson’s to stay active. People of all abilities and skill levels are welcomes; the first class is free to try. Join the fun at 2340 Richmond Rd. on Mondays from 2:15 to 3:30 p.m. Call: 250-388-4268 for details.

Memory PLUS Challenge* Memory PLUS is a Silver Threads Service program for those 55+ who would like to increase their memory in an active and social group setting. The *PLUS stands for Practice, Laughter, Useful Strategies. The 12-week program is offered in various locations in Greater Victoria. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with an all-Irish word scramble. 1. Three-letter words: IGJ , LEF, OBG, LEA, EKG, EWE 2. Four-letter words: LESI, FURT, WEST, NITP, WBER, KUCL 3. Five-letter words: SIHRI, LYLJO, DWETE, ESIPP, SAFET, STHOG 4. Six-letter words: LAGICE, DAGNER, UNTOMT, LOLYJ, LATIRU, HIKGTN

Wishing you the luck of the Irish: “Wherever you go and whatever you do, May the luck of the Irish be there with you.” Answers: 1. Three-letter words: JIG, ELF, BOG, ALE, KEG, WEE 2. Four-letter words: ISLE, TURF, STEW, PINT, BREW, LUCK 3. Five-letter words: IRISH, JOLLY, TWEED, PIPES, FEAST, GHOST 4. Six-letter words: GAELIC, GARDEN, MUTTON, JOLLY, RITUAL, KNIGHT

Victoria Computer Club TIP OF THE MONTH: ORGANIZE YOUR PHOTOS duplicates? Do you know how to move files in File Explorer — copy, move, delete, paste? Visit the Victoria Computer Club and learn about file management. They have lots of help to offer you at the Silver Threads Saanich Centre, 286 Hampton Rd. Call: 250-382-3151.

Submitted by the Memorial Society of BC


here was a family upset I witnessed several years ago that could have easily been avoided by timely end of lifer planning. It was a nasty upset indeed. Two family members were fighting in the chapel over who would get their parent’s cremated remains. Yep, a public, hurtful and unnecessary upset. It affected everyone who was in attendance at the ceremony and really hurt the surviving spouse and other siblings. It left an emotional tarnish on what was supposed to be a ceremony of loving good-byes. Now, you might say this was an extreme example, and perhaps it was, yet I have witnessed other family upsets that may not be as public but were just as hurtful, at a time when we could be saying our loving good-byes instead of fighting. A member of MSBC (Memorial Society of BC), who did their end of life planning well

in advance and involved family members in the preparations, told us of how graceful and loving their ceremonies for their mom were. One of the primary reasons for the loving send-off was that they worked out all of their differences during the planning phase. Getting everyone on the same page well in advanced resulted in a chaos free end of life celebration. Seeing the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to end of life planning, especially lack of planning, I created an “All Ready To Go” binder that houses all of my end of life paperwork, from my power of attorney to my funeral arrangements. It rests on a bookshelf in my home office, and all my family members knows where it lives and more importantly, the details it contains. Intending to avoid painful chaos for my loved ones at the end of my life, I chose to have the uncomfortable conversations

well in advance — conversations that got us all on the same end of life page. The conversation was a little bumpy, and we hung in there until we all agreed and understood how I want my end of life and my after-death care to be. Now it is done. Believe it or not, we all had a sigh of relief that the end of my life has been well planned for all my family and me. Whew! So please do choose to have what may seem to be challenging conversations about your end of life wishes well in advance. Join the Memorial Society of BC and record your plans on an arrangement form, send a copy to the staff at the MSBC, and keep a copy for family’s use somewhere in the home. It is a generous gift to your loved ones, indeed. You will be glad you did.

Silver Threads Service We are a charitable, not for profit society that enhances social connections and well-being for seniors. We provide programs and services for those 55 years of age or better with two centres and outreach programs to serve you. Saanich Centre 286 Hampton Rd. 250 382-3151

Victoria Centre 2340 Richmond Rd. 250 388-4268

Serving British Columbians since 1956. Learn about the realities of end of life planning from a reliable and independent agency. Leave a legacy of a personally designed and meaningful funeral.

Visit www.silverthreads.cafor more information

stay active * stay healthy * stay connected


home delivered meals since 1993



I belong here, making friends. March is Embrace Aging month! Be sure to check out our low cost events March 29 - Cedar Hill Social Club Open House March 30 - Speaker: MAiD information lecture

Call 250-475-5408 for Saanich events.

It’s more than dentures It’s your smile!

Gordon Head Recreation Centre G.R. Pearkes Recreation Centre Cedar Hill Recreation Centre Saanich Commonwealth Place

250-475-7100 250-475-5400 250-475-7121 250-475-7600

Call for your FREE consultation Robert R b tK Knight, i ht D Denturist t i t

To advertise in the next issue of

Focus on Seniors contact

Susan Hickman Phone: 250-380-5377 or email:

Mobile Computer Technican Service

Phone: 250-652-7989

Virus and Malware Removal System Cleanups & Backups Tutoring & Instruction


4085 Quadra St. 250.658.1417 | 9769 Fifth St.,Sidney 250.656.1417


ing i s



o you have hundreds of photos on the C: drive of your computer or laptop that you copied from an SD Card after a vacation, or used a program that installed them in a folder and you aren’t sure how to find them? Many people put their photos in the cloud on OneDrive, Drop Box, Google Photos, etc. Do you ever go in and delete bad shots or

Lack of Planning Can Result in Chaos

coming !

you enjoy light exercise – and getting paid... Times Colonist routes available. For more information Call: 250-382-2255 Email:

BC Seniors/Disability Renovation Program and Home Accessibility Tax Credit.





50% OFF INSTALLATION with purchase of 5 or more Glide-Out shelves.




• expert installation • lifetime warranty Limit one offer per household. *Valid on Classic Glide-Out purchase with offer. Cannot be combined with other offers. Lifetime Warranty valid for Classic or Designer products only. For information on our 100% satisfaction guarantee, visit

Profile for Times Colonist

Focus on Seniors March 5, 2019  

A special advertising feature from the Times Colonist

Focus on Seniors March 5, 2019  

A special advertising feature from the Times Colonist