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THE CAREGIVERS' LIVING ROOM A Blog by Donna Thomson: So That’s It! How To Be Happy

Recently I had a conversation with our family GP.  “Why do you take all the complex patients?”, I asked.  “You are amazing – I’ve heard you advocating on the phone for frail seniors who have no one else and when other GPs turned our family down because Nick is too complex, you said YES.  . . . → Read More: THE CAREGIVERS’ LIVING ROOM A Blog by Donna Thomson: So That’s It! How To Be Happy

Law is Cool: A Lawyer’s Work, Life & Work-Life

By: Jason E Lau

 

It is no mystery that the typical day of work for a lawyer is laden with long hours, sleepless nights, and unrelenting amounts of stress. Although lawyer’s work often consumes his or her life, overshadowing both personal and family time, there needs to be a balance between the work and . . . → Read More: Law is Cool: A Lawyer’s Work, Life & Work-Life

Law is Cool: Choosing a Path in the Legal Field While Balancing a Personal Life

By: Ashlin Kenuck

My biggest weakness that I will completely take full responsibility for is my own poor time management skills. Coming into the field of law I knew that this was going to be one of the biggest obstacles I would have to overcome. Time management in the legal field is absolutely crucial to . . . → Read More: Law is Cool: Choosing a Path in the Legal Field While Balancing a Personal Life

350 or bust: Saturday At The Movies

Wow.

Writings of J. Todd Ring: Mens sana in corpore sano: a sound mind in a healthy body

Mens sana in corpore sano: a sound mind in a healthy body – a very good motto that is. The saying comes from the Roman Juvenal, and it applies as much today as it did two thousand years ago, of course. I’ve alternated, myself, between being a certified bon vivant, almost a regular Zorba the . . . → Read More: Writings of J. Todd Ring: Mens sana in corpore sano: a sound mind in a healthy body

The Scott Ross: Conservatives Can’t Avoid Social Responsibility

There is no stronger conservative principle than personal responsibility, however this Conservative government has shown that when people are only responsible to themselves, social well-being suffers, eventually including the well-being of Conservatives.

This apparent contradiction is obvious in that though Conservatives believe in personal responsibility, they also claim the largest government deficits in Canadian history . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Conservatives Can’t Avoid Social Responsibility

The Scott Ross: Stephen Harper Isn’t Socialist But Don’t Tell Him That

It would be ludicrous to suggest Stephen Harper is a socialist, because he’s not, he is however similar to one.

Creating the biggest government in Canadian history, running the largest deficit, using government programs to dictate where people live and work, increasing spending while reducing taxes, government intervention in labour disputes, and centralizing power . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Stephen Harper Isn’t Socialist But Don’t Tell Him That

False positive: private profit in Canada's health care: Medical Journal Kills For-Profit Lab Debate

I was surprised when the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) asked me to write an analysis piece on Canada’s medical laboratories. My book, False Positive, clearly lays out my position that for-profit labs have no place in our health care system, which is at odds with the close, and profitable, relationship between the labs and . . . → Read More: False positive: private profit in Canada’s health care: Medical Journal Kills For-Profit Lab Debate

Things Are Good: Work Less for a Better Life and Better Job

The ongoing recession has left a lot of people fearful that they could lose their job any second, which is quite scary. As a result people are willing to work longer hours and brave worsening conditions just so they don’t end up on the dole. This isn’t good for people and it’s bad for companies . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Work Less for a Better Life and Better Job