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Canadian Senior Years

Which Province in Canada
  British Columbia

  Grey Bruce

Fun for seniors
  Name the Plant
  Today's Recipe
  Soap Operas
  Movie Reviews

  Box Puzzle
  Connect 4
  IQ Game
  Jigsaw Puzzles
  Lights Out



Book Links
Links to Canadian Libraries

Amazon.com -- On-line bookstore with book reviews

Books Reviews

Canadian Bound -- Celebrating Canadian Literary Achievement

Chapters-Indigo -- Canadian on-line bookstore

Library of Congress Catalog

National Library of Canada Catalogue

Toronto Reference Library

Web-based Library Catalogues

Project Gutenberg is one of the main Electronic Book projects. It takes books whose copyrights have expired and converts them into text files, and proceeds to make them available to the general public at no charge

Mr. Modem's Internet Guide for Seniors
Heralded by ABC Radio personality Paul Harvey as "The book that takes the gobbledygook out of computers," and the New York Times as "An excellent map for navigating the Internet." Written by nationally syndicated columnist Richard A. Sherman, better known as "Mr. Modem," this book provides an anxiety-free, warm and friendly introduction to the Internet for adults, from first-time users to savvy surfers!

Canadian Senior Years' Book Club

Looking for a great book to read over Christmas? Here are a few of my favourites. Send your recommendations to hardy@bmts.com.

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This web page was designed and developed by Ericka Hardy in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. She looks forward to developing a site for you!

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