Sgt. Ingraham opens up about his experience during the Bosnian War and his difficult return home.

Joe Quattrocchi remembers the times he use to go to Toronto biggest food market when he was only a little boy. Now, more than 50 years later, he continues the tradition of bringing quality fresh food from the market to his grocery store in Kingston and remembers his dad's legacy to this day.

Living on an island is not always convenient.

Judy Woodley a retired nurse tries to cope and live with early stage of dementia.

 Sgt. Ingraham opens up about his experience during the Bosnian War and his difficult return home.
 Joe Quattrocchi remembers the times he use to go to Toronto biggest food market when he was only a little boy. Now, more than 50 years later, he continues the tradition of bringing quality fresh food from the market to his grocery store in Kingston and remembers his dad's legacy to this day.
 Living on an island is not always convenient.
 Judy Woodley a retired nurse tries to cope and live with early stage of dementia.

Sgt. Ingraham opens up about his experience during the Bosnian War and his difficult return home.

Joe Quattrocchi remembers the times he use to go to Toronto biggest food market when he was only a little boy. Now, more than 50 years later, he continues the tradition of bringing quality fresh food from the market to his grocery store in Kingston and remembers his dad's legacy to this day.

Living on an island is not always convenient.

Judy Woodley a retired nurse tries to cope and live with early stage of dementia.

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