Gail first joined Cornbury in 1999 but wasn’t able to stay as a member due to medical reasons. She died on Tuesday and a memorial was held on Saturday which was mostly attended by people she met in the retirement home. She was living as a female full time and
Hi Friends, is there interest in having a bi-weekly movie night (dvd) at my place in Coquitlam? Whatever someone wants to bring, double feature perhaps, I have “Some Like It Hot” for example–George
Because of numerous unsatisfactory experiences at the Pacific Inn on King George Highway in Surrey (the “Pink Palace”) we have decided to stop taking our business there. We’re in the process of seeking another location. Events scheduled for the Pink Palace are now shown as having “no physical location”. While
The Social Night was, as usual, at the Pacific Inn. This turned out to be somewhat less than fun as the hotel had a large number of guests and they hadn’t increased the staff to compensate. What happened was that dinner never appeared before 7:30 and getting a drink before
I just want to thank President Sharon for finding and setting up the New Monday meeting. The first night was a big success even though the weather wasn’t. There were 8 of us, 3 were new. Because I’m over 40 I don’t remember all there names. It will be nice
This just in – if you’re a trans adult experiencing barriers to being physically active, these researchers from the University of Saskatchewan would like to hear from you. Here’s their post:
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The mother of the little girl at the heart of Edmonton Catholic Schools’ transgender debate thinks a Calgary Bishop is “misguided” about a proposed Provincial policy. In a letter to newspapers, Bishop Fred Henry said gay-straight-alliances go directly contrary to the Catholic Church’s teachings and calls the plans totalitarian, anti-Catholic