Should you really be saying YES (?) to “FREE” advice?

We have a number of quite serious concerns about the use of “free” Elder Care referral services: they are not free; their referral fees can be quite substantial and may impact and compromise the quality of care and costs of services for seniors; they only recommend those who agree to pay them a referral fee […]


Black History Month Profiles IV: Ferguson Jenkins, the Athlete

February 27, 2015 in Ethics, History, Human Rights, Remembrance |

And to wind off our Kevin Lopes produced series on Black History Month…. After profiling Mary Ann Shadd Cary, Portia White and Lincoln Alexander we end of our Black History Month Profiles with a Ferguson Jenkins, the Athlete. An elite baseball pitcher in the 1960’s and 1970’s Jenkins was the first Canadian to be elected […]


Black History Month..profiles part 1

February 4, 2015 in Ethics, History, Human Rights |

Kevin Lopes has prepared a number of black history profiles which I will be putting onto our blog over the next few days.  Black history month reminds us of a very important and still historically evolving human rights journey, and to appreciate it we need to remember the injustices of the past and the people […]


Why does Mosaic do so much in the community?

September 21, 2013 in Community, Ethics |

In our business we see a great many important social issues that affect our decisions and community interaction: the social and physical isolation of the elderly; the increasing impact of dementia on all those concerned; issues of abuse and the increasing importance of finding a wider solution to looking after an aging society while keeping […]

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