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Ask Ellie: Widower should tell others he wants company

Ask Ellie: Widower should tell others he wants company

Dear reader: As I noted in an earlier column, my daughter, Lisi, will be handling the writing duties a few times a week. Enjoy her take on today’s questions. — Ellie I’m 85 and my wife died six months ago.
Ryan Reynolds showcases 'bromance' with Hugh Jackman in adorable video

Ryan Reynolds showcases 'bromance' with Hugh Jackman in adorable video

"Sometimes when I'm lonely, I sit and think about him," goes the song in the background.
Ask Ellie: Time to use management skills in marriage

Ask Ellie: Time to use management skills in marriage

personal relationships can also benefit from encouragement
This incredible restaurant is putting the small B.C. town of Cawston on the map

This incredible restaurant is putting the small B.C. town of Cawston on the map

Here's why you need to make this a must-try destination
Ask Ellie: How to deal with an old friend's new face

Ask Ellie: How to deal with an old friend's new face

For whatever reason, and she’s not divulging, your friend wasn’t happy with how she looked.
Ask Ellie: Aging can be tough but has its joys as well

Ask Ellie: Aging can be tough but has its joys as well

Dear Readers: It’s no surprise that a letter-writer discussing euthanasia at 80 vs. living into later years when health issues may be involved, brought a strong reaction.
Ask Ellie: Many people are much stronger emotionally than they think

Ask Ellie: Many people are much stronger emotionally than they think

Casual meeting for a date worth a try
Hey, Colleague: How many side hustles is too many?

Hey, Colleague: How many side hustles is too many?

Without your health, you have nothing, no matter how much money you make.
Ask Ellie: It's time for grieving man to be social again

Ask Ellie: It's time for grieving man to be social again

Death of beloved partner calls for all your human resources
Ask Ellie: Neighbours' overprotective parenting none of your business

Ask Ellie: Neighbours' overprotective parenting none of your business

They aren’t hurting their children physically or mentally, and we all put some of our own shtick on our kids, the same way our parents did to us