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Fellow Jim Stakiw has died.

Fellow Jim Stakiw of District 1 has died and is survived by his wife Diane, 3 children, 6 grandchildren and his bother, Dr. Ken Stakiw. He was living in Victoria, British Columbia recently but was listed as a Fellow of District 3, Saskatchewan where he lived for many years. He received his DMD and PhD

Immediate Past President Patti Grassick has passed away

It is with deep regret that we announce the death of our esteemed Past President (2018-2019) Patti Grassick on March 13th.  Many of you will remember her courageous presence at our meetings and Convocation in Saskatoon.  Our deepest sympathies are extended to her husband George and their family.

Newsletter 2020

The new 2020 Newsletter has a new format!  Follow the link below to the News feature.  Comments are welcome and encouraged. ICOD 2020

An Appreciation of Regent Eric Hatfield

Atlantic Region Regent Eric Hatfield died unexpectedly while travelling home from the NDEB examinations where he had served the profession.  Eric had an undiagnosed aortic aneurysm according to reports.  His loss diminishes all of us and the profession as he believed that service to his profession was important and he did so enthusiastically, serving on

An Appreciation of Regent Eric Hatfield

Atlantic Region Regent Eric Hatfield died unexpectedly while travelling home from the NDEB examinations where he had served the profession.  Eric had an undiagnosed aortic aneurysm according to reports.  His loss diminishes all of us and the profession as he believed that service to his profession was important and he did so enthusiastically, serving on

Fellow Ken Stones and the Sources Volunteer Dental Clinic

https://www.sourcesbc.ca/news/2019/10/10th-anniversary-of-sources-volunteer-dental-clinic/ 10th Anniversary of Sources Volunteer Dental Clinic Oct 22nd, 2019 The Sources Volunteer Dental Clinic celebrates its 10th Anniversary this October! Located in the Peace Arch Hospital in White Rock, the one-chair unit in ‘the little clinic that could’ has helped approximately 3,000 people regain their smile and dental health. The Volunteer Dental Clinic