Oct. 4th, 2010

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NSRAP invites all LGBT people aged fifty plus to an Elders Potluck Social & Presentation on Sunday October 17 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm at Spencer House Senior Centre, 5596 Morris Street, Halifax.

Have you been putting off making a will? If you have a will, is it up to date to reflect your current partnership status? Have you a Living Will ensuring that the person you designate will make essential decisions if you became incapacitated? Is domestic partnership the same as marriage when it comes to inheritance? Questions LGBT seniors have about wills and inheritance will be addressed by lawyer Tuma Young.

The Social to follow will feature an LGBT potluck provided by the attendees. Please bring finger food - sandwiches, sweets, snacks, etc. Coffee and tea will be provided by NSRAP. This is an alcohol-free event. ASL translation will be provided for members of the Rainbow Deaf Community. For more information contact NSRAP at 444-3206 or email nsrap@nsrap.ca
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Halifax Regional Police that they are investigating a Break and Enter that occurred early morning Saturday Oct 2nd, 2010 in the area of 5600 block of Fenwick St. in Halifax.

At 2:29 a.m., police were called to a Fenwick Street address in Halifax. A victim reported she woke up to find an unidentified person standing in her living room. The suspect was described wearing a mask, hoodie style jacket with striped pants. K9 was called with negative results. HRP's Forensic Identification Unit was called and the matter will be investigated by the HRP/RCMP Integrated Criminal Investigative Division. (http://www.halifax.ca/Police/PoliceReports/index.asp)

This is the third such incident in the City’s South end in the past 3 weeks.

Therefore, as in past Security Bulletins all students and employees are strongly urged to:
· ensure that the doors and windows of their apartments/residences are securely locked, including those located off a fire escape

· All windows should be secured with anti-slide devices.

· Secure sliding glass doors with a lock or bar, or place a piece of wood or broom handle in the track

· Never leave a house key hidden outside your home

· exercise vigilance in your activities and be aware of your surroundings at all times

In view of the foregoing, we are seeking assistance from anyone who may have information related to this incident, to immediately contact Halifax Regional Police (490-5016), Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-8477), or Dalhousie Security (494-6400).
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Situating Science and Atlantic Regional Philosophers Association present the following Free Public lecture and annual Atlantic Regional Philosophers Association conference

Does the body think? What is the mind? What is an individual?


The extended mind thesis in philosophy of mind, cognitive science, and philosophy of biology

Free Public Lecture
Friday Oct. 15, 2010 5:30 p.m.
Alumni Hall, University of King’s College

Keynote Lecture for:
The Individual in Science and Philosophy
Atlantic Regional Philosophers Association conference
Oct. 15-16, 2010

(free for students!)

University of King’s College

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