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“Nana loved her morning coffee! This year, to honour Nana, we would like to buy you a cup of coffee!”
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Penticton family honours nana on anniversary of passing with random act of kindness, free coffee

A Penticton family honoured their nana on the anniversary of her death by performing a random act of kindness on Thursday morning. Kristin Maier said her mother, Kathy Castle, passed away on June 20, 2013, after a valiant but short-lived battle with lung cancer.

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Jun 21, 2019 10:09 (GMT)
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Under the law for assisted dying, he would have to be assessed by a second doctor. There is also a 10-day waiting period from the time of the formal request.
June 16th 2019
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The Father's Day death my dad deserved - but didn't get | The Star

ABBOTSFORD, B.C.-When I was growing up, we did not celebrate Father's Day or Mother's Day in my family. My parents were immigrants from England, and they viewed these days as faux American holidays. But last year, Father's Day was infused with new meaning for me.

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Jun 16, 2019 21:08 (GMT)
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Happy Father's Day From The Final Wish Team!
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2019-06-16 14:07:02
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Hardy, who featured regularly on BBC Radio 4 panel shows such as The News Quiz and I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue and wrote columns for the Guardian between 1996-2001, died on Friday.
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Comedian Jeremy Hardy dies of cancer aged 57

Hardy was a regular on BBC Radio 4's I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue and wrote for the Guardian

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Feb 01, 2019 22:37 (GMT)
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More than 500 people in B.C. got a second chance at life last year thanks to the gift of organ donation, setting a new record for the total number of transplants in a calendar year.

Record-breaking number of British Columbians received organ transplants in 2018

More than 500 people in B.C. got a second chance at life last year thanks to the gift of organ donation, setting a new record for the total number of transplants in a calendar year. A new kidney transplant milestone was reached with 339 transplants.

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Feb 01, 2019 22:25 (GMT)
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