12Jul 2015

Injuries are the leading cause of death for Canadians aged 1 – 44 and affects as many individuals and their families as the most deadliest of diseases.  Most “accidents” are preventable and the Parachute Organization is doing its part to give individuals the tools and information to prevent injuries.  Parachute’s focus is on preventing motor […]

09Jul 2015

These days, almost everyone has some brand of smart phone.  These phones enable us all to be constantly plugged in, receiving emails, both personal and work related, at all hours of the day.  But does receiving those emails after hours constitute work?  And if yes, does that entitle an employee to overtime pay for receiving […]

29Jun 2015

Dr. Richard Brownlee, a Kamloops neurosurgeon, recently published an article with advice on how to prevent traumatic brain injuries and the common symptoms of traumatic brain injures.  Dr. Brownlee notes that a lot of people end up getting injured because they are not taking precautions.   Activities like boating on the lake, taking the motorcycle for […]

24Jun 2015

Thank you to the Fraser Valley Brain Injury Association for putting on a fabulous golf tournament on June 11.  Our foursome had a great time, the weather was perfect and the dinner and silent auction items were excellent.  I was very happy to be able to help support the association through this event.  The Fraser […]

24Jun 2015

A Langley mom is putting her own experience with her son’s brain injury to work to help prevent others from suffering the same fate.  Her son suffered a significant traumatic brain injury when skateboarding.  He wasn’t wearing a helmet.  The injury almost cost the teenager his life.   Surgery saved him.  Audrey Milne is sharing her […]