Feb 24, 2017 @ 08:56 Yesterday, February 23rd, a tragic collision on Highway 101 east of Chapleau claimed the lives of four people. The surviving spouse, Jeff Nakogee and daughter, Paris, have lost spouse and mother, Aynsley MacLeod who was six months pregnant; two sons/brothers Jamaal Nakogee and Kruz Nakogee, and mother-in-law/grandmother Paulette MacLeod. A GoFundMe campaign has been launched in ...Read More »
After visiting Sault Ste. Marie as a part of his second annual Northern Ontario driving tour last week, Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown brought the story of F.J. Davey Home, a local long-term care home, to the floors of the Legislature. “I want the Liberals to be aware of F.J. Davey Home in Sault Ste. Marie. Their hydro bill has ...Read More »
Feb 21, 2017 @ 17:36 On February 15, 2017 at approximately 11:00 am Sault Ste. Marie Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Goulais River Fire and Rescue, Algoma Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) responded to a call regarding a female in distress. On February 14, 2017 the female left from her residence on Yourchuk Road at approximately ...Read More »
Mon diabète ne me rend pas « malade », donc pourquoi suivre un programme d’éducation en matière de diabète?
Beaucoup de patients ne savent pas si un programme d’éducation en matière de diabète (PED) leur serait utile, et pensent qu’un tel programme ne s’adresse qu’aux personnes très malades. « Je croyais que mon diabète n’était pas grave et qu’il est bien maîtrisé. Pourquoi dois-je suivre un programme d’éducation en matière de diabète? Je vois mon médecin ou infirmière praticienne plusieurs ...Read More »
Many patients aren’t sure if a Diabetes Education Program (DEP) is meant for them. Surely it’s only for the really sick people. “I thought my diabetes was only mild and that it was well controlled so why should I go to the Diabetes Education Program? I see my Doctor/ Nurse Practitioner several times a year – isn’t that enough?” I’ve ...Read More »