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Story #23

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I come from a small town near Halifax, Nova Scotia… It’s a good place but I had to move to Hamilton, Ontario in 1952 because there was no work… I …

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Story #22

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  I live a conventional life, but unconventional things happen to me. My cat Sophie, she runs the bloody house.. a cat has helpers, you never own a cat, you …

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Story #21

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Art, literature, dance, I have always been a creative. I love music and studied music as well, I went back to school later in life and it was the best …

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Story #18

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“When I graduated from university, I was living in Hamilton and met an architect. I worked at a small architecture partnership in Hamilton and gained various positions.  I got to …

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Iconic Ageing: A Seniors of Canada Initiative

Under the Seniors of Canada: Hamilton umbrella, undergraduate students had the opportunity to take pictures and gather stories from iconic places and seniors in Hamilton. Through this initiative titled ‘Iconic Ageing’, a collaboration with Associate Dean in the Faculty of Social Sciences at McMaster University, Dr. James Gillett and his students went out and engaged, organize & documented the narratives from seniors at ‘iconic’ places in Hamilton, Ontario for his course on “Representations of Health and Illness Across the Lifecourse”.

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