Obituaries

Ronald Haluschak
D: 2020-01-20
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Haluschak, Ronald
Emily Kalynchuk
D: 2020-01-17
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Kalynchuk, Emily
Adeline Stephenson (nee Boyko)
D: 2020-01-16
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Stephenson (nee Boyko) , Adeline
Anne Clark
D: 2020-01-16
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Clark, Anne
Eileen Szelewicki
B: 1937-09-11
D: 2020-01-14
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Szelewicki, Eileen
Wanda Darlene Newbury
D: 2020-01-14
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Newbury, Wanda Darlene
Philip "Phil" Fiorillo
D: 2020-01-13
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Fiorillo, Philip "Phil"
Mary Gartner
B: 1921-09-10
D: 2020-01-13
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Gartner, Mary
Robert Lionel Kidd
D: 2020-01-12
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Kidd, Robert Lionel
Nick Porozni
D: 2020-01-12
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Porozni, Nick
Maeve Szanik Coumantarakis
D: 2020-01-11
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Szanik Coumantarakis, Maeve
Robert (Bob) Weiss
D: 2020-01-11
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Weiss, Robert (Bob)
Serena Ketsa
D: 2020-01-11
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Ketsa, Serena
Martha Kostenko
B: 1937-06-30
D: 2020-01-10
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Kostenko, Martha
Melvin Chantry
D: 2020-01-07
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Chantry, Melvin
Denis Wilfred Courchene
B: 1930-09-02
D: 2020-01-06
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Courchene , Denis Wilfred
Ruby Lillian Perryment
D: 2020-01-05
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Perryment, Ruby Lillian
Balchan Seebaran
D: 2020-01-05
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Seebaran, Balchan
Annie Nykolaychuk
D: 2020-01-04
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Nykolaychuk, Annie
Edward Iwaskow
D: 2020-01-04
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Iwaskow, Edward
Anna Stankiewicz
D: 2020-01-04
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Stankiewicz, Anna

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For each of us — rich or poor, young or old — there are times in our lives when we must face and deal with personal losses and the pain and sorrow they cause. Examples that come easily to mind are the death of a parent, spouse, child, or other close family member or friend. Many other events and transitions also bring with them sadness and a need to grieve:

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  • Saying goodbye to a favourite pet.


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