Starbucks barista Myron Mayne has tattoos on both his wrists, but until recently he had to cover them up with sweatbands at work. That changed last month.
More cases of wandering Alzheimer’s patients are appearing in the news. And experts are predicting the number of people in Ontario with Alzheimer’s to rise dramatically soon. Now a police department in the GTA is offering a new program to keep these at risk people safer. Observer TV News’ Jennifer Lee reports.
The federal government announced on Wednesday, Oct. 1 that it is in the “early stages” of developing a national strategy for dementia. But with no definitive money pledged, no allocation of funds, and no timeline provided, the announcement by the federal Minister of Health, Rona Ambrose, is too little, too late for the Basdeo family of Vaughan, Ontario.
The Toronto Police have now released several security images of suspects wanted in a break-and-enter investigation. Between Aug. 4 and Sept. 1, the condominium complex at 1029 King St. W. was broken into on three separate occasions. During this time, the individuals made their way into the parking garage, attempting to steal motorcycles and damaging […]