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Home Hospice North Lanark presents knitted items to FVM residents

On a beautiful sunny day, Home Hospice...

Hazel Raycroft — obituary

Raycroft, Hazel Passed away peacefully on May 12, 2022...

Man drowns at Blakeney on Sunday

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Diana's QuizAnswers to Diana's Quiz - July 24, 2021

Answers to Diana’s Quiz – July 24, 2021

by Diana Filer

1.  CRISPR is an acronym for the recently devised process of gene therapy and editing.  It is family of DNA sequences found in bacteria that can chop up and destroy the DNA of foreign invading mechanisms.  Potential applications include correcting genetic defects and treating and preventing the spread of diseases;
2.  Quaternary twins are identical twins who marry identical twins.
3.  William Lyon Mackenzie King was Canada’s longest-serving Prime Minister.
4.  1970’s Goin’ Down the Road was film maker Don Shebib’s first full-length movie.  It is considered to be a key component of Canadian feature film history.
5.  Hypertension, followed by tobacco smoking and obesity, are currently the leading causes of preventable deaths.




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