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Long waits for Toronto-area nursing homes geared to cultural groups reflect need for more of them, report says | CBC News
Lily Wong was admitted to the Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care in Toronto at age 88, several years after she had a stroke that severely affected her short-term memory, ability to follow conversations and her balance.
Chores for Kids: How to Get Them Started - New York Family
How to Start Your Kids on Chores
Incorporating chores into your kids routines is important but can sometimes be hard to do.
Leila Slimani: 'I think I'm always writing about women, domination, violence'
uthor Leïla Slimani, 39, grew up in Rabat, Morocco, and moved to Paris when she was 17.
After police killing of a Zapotec man in Salinas, questions about a language barrier
After the killing last week of an Indigenous Mexican teen by police in Salinas, advocacy groups are concerned that language barriers may have played a role in the fatal encounter.
Police 'increasingly concerned' for 12-year-old missing for days
Police are becoming "increasingly concerned" for the welfare of a 12-year-old girl who has been missing for more than two days.
Man Gets 5 Years in 'Swatting' Death of Tennessee Grandfather
Mark Herring had a fatal heart attack after the police swarmed his house following a fake emergency call. He had been targeted because of his coveted Twitter handle, @Tennessee.
California superintendent Thurmond: Vaccines are best way to ensure schools stay open
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond joined local elected officials at a Los Angeles Unified campus on Friday, July 23, to drum up excitement for the new school year and to encourage people to get vaccinated in order to ensure schools won't close again.
Possible human remains found near where British hiker went missing in Pyrenees
A charity representing the family of a British hiker says it is "aware of the discovery" of possible human remains close to where the woman went missing in the Pyrenees.
Spain Pledged Citizenship to Sephardic Jews. Now They Feel Betrayed.
In 2015, Spain said it would give citizenship to the descendants of Sephardic Jews expelled during the Spanish Inquisition. Then rejections started pouring in this summer.