Background Image
Table of Contents Table of Contents
Previous Page  3 / 48 Next Page
Information
Show Menu
Previous Page 3 / 48 Next Page
Page Background

Editor’s Message

J. Ross Quigley

Editor

CSANews

©

is published four times a year and is Copyright

SPRING 2016 by Medipac International Communications Inc.,

180 Lesmill Road, Toronto, Ontario M3B 2T5. (416)441-7000.

Subscription Price: $9.95 Canada; $20.00 U.S. and foreign.

Single copy: $3.95. Prices include tax.

Published by Medipac International Communications Inc.

Opinions expressed are those of the writers and are not necessarily those

of the CSA, Medipac International Communications Inc. or its affiliates, their

Directors, Officers, or other employees or agents.

Canadian Publications Mail Product Sales Agreement No: 40063603.

ISSN No: 1195-2393

Dr. Robert MacMillan

Willa McLean

David McPherson

Andrew Moore-Crispin

Rex Vogel

Merv Magus

Donna Carter

Michael Coren

Jennifer Cox

Shari Darling

James Dolan

Barb & Ron Kroll

Illustrator

Bob Slack

Jim Sherb

Ron Steeves

Karen Huestis

John Foster

Gerry Brissenden

James Leroux

Nancy Hopcraft

Ted Popel

Michael MacKenzie

Wallace Weylie

President

First Vice-President

Second Vice-President

Treasurer

Secretary

Past President

Director

Director

Director

Executive Director

Legal Counsel

CSA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Editor

CSA Editor

Vice President 

Art Director

Director of Sales

Account Manager

Director of Operations

J. Ross Quigley

Bob Slack

Chris Bradbury

Peter Prusa

Neville B. Levin

Fran Castricone

Paula McGovern

SPRING 2016 | ISSUE 98

We acknowledge the financial support of the Government

of Canada through the Canada Periodical Fund of the

Department of Canadian Heritage.

very year that goes by, it seems a little harder to

leave our winter paradise in Florida. Spring has

just begun and the flowers and trees are blooming

with promise. The yellow dusting of pollen and its

semi-allergic assault on our senses has passed. The March

Break crowds, their lineups and the vehicular gridlock

seem long gone and everything is peaceful and serene.

I can sense an uncertainty and sadness in our friends

as they consider the best day to depart and what route

to take if they are driving. There is an obvious reticence

to leave, but leave we must! We have been leaving for

many years now, and the planning is routine and well

organized, but it is still an emotional time as we say our

goodbyes to friends and neighbours. Our homes and

communities are just a bunch of houses and apartments

when we leave, but they will patiently await our return.

But once we turn our eyes and thoughts to the North,

there are new challenges, new dreams to chase and new

experiences to be had. Another spring awaits with all

its splendour and our old friends always return. What a

wonderful life we lead.

And I will get those darn taxes filed on time, I promise.

Sincerely

CONTRIBUTING EDITORS

E

CSANews

|

SPRING 2016

|

3