I am at the garage for some work this morning. The owner, a Thornhill resident and I were chatting about the election. He told me that he was so incensed about the Liberals forcing an election that he and his wife voted Conservative, rather than Libera… . . . → Read More: Some coincidental feedback
it is an interesting question for both public and private individuals. What is your level of responsibility for things said many years ago. What is the statute of limitations for contrition? In this case, Peter Kent reported in a way that is at best un… . . . → Read More: What did Peter Kent think of Israel before he was an MP?
Sitting at the table in the basement of the campaign office, fueled by coffee, needing another smoke. it is early times in the 41st Canadian election and damn, I am already tired. Listening to the new campaign manager talk. And boy, does he like… . . . → Read More: Election is May 2nd – Time to be tired
The four part, biweekly Lunch & Learn series on Human Rights and Diversity in the Workplace kicked off with a bang on February 23rd. Karen. Dr. Karen Mock, outstanding lecturer, expert in human rights and women’s issues and the Federal Liberal can… . . . → Read More: Lunch & Learns a Roaring Success – Revised Schedule
You may be interested in this exciting Lunch & Learn 4 part bi-weekly series on Human Rights and Diversity in the Workplace. It is being conducted over four — Feb 9th, Feb 23rd, March 9th, March 23rd — at 4 different (and delicious) res… . . . → Read More: Human Rights and Diversity in the Workplace – What Every Woman Needs to Know!