Daughter pulled mother from Winnipeg care home, but a year later a difficult decision looms

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It’s been encouraging to see people taking their family members’ well-being into their own hands during the pandemic, says Laura Tamblyn Watts, CEO of CanAge, a national seniors advocacy group. “It really speaks to how closely people feel connected to many of [the] older adults in their lives. As we move forward, we want to make sure that we keep those connections,” she said.



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