Lest We Forget

World War One ended on the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month. We now recognize all those that have served and those that have sacrificed for the freedom of others. Inspired by the poem “ In Flanders Fields “ written by Canadian physician Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae the Poppy has become... Continue Reading →

Morden Corn and Apple Festival

For several years we have talked about heading to the Corn and Apple Festival. For one reason or another we just did not make it. This year we decided it was going to happen. Our original plans were to head out late afternoon and catch a couple of stage shows that were scheduled on the... Continue Reading →

Being Heard

One of the most difficult things of dealing with trauma is being heard, a brain injury is no different. Personal experience and training, lack of understanding, preconceived perceptions makes it challenging to find supportive professionals with the same agenda as a trauma survivor. That is why it is so important to be your own advocate.... Continue Reading →

The Faces of MBIA

These are the faces of the people that make us stronger. These are the faces of the people with stories that need to be heard. These are the faces of the Manitoba Brain Injury Association.

Sign Sign Everywhere A Sign

Visual Graphics or Signage is used to provide information to an audience. Signs have been around since the time of the Cave Man, from 18,000 BC. The ancient Egyptians and Romans used signs to mark landmarks and direction to major cities. England in the Middle Ages, Brewers were required to use signs if they wanted... Continue Reading →

Furnace and Air Conditioner

Recently we purchased an older mobile home. We expected to find a number of upgrades needing to be done. One thing we hoped not to have worry about was the furnace or air conditioner. We did our due diligence and arranged to have both the furnace and the air conditioner checked out. Provincial Heating came... Continue Reading →

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