I’ve been following the Jian Ghomeshi trial and have an admission to make – when I listened to the evidence provided by his lawyer about the first two accusers, I thought “Who sends flirtatious emails to someone who has attacked Continue reading Who’s on Trial?
Today is Bell’s Let’s Talk Day. I agree, but there’s more to talk about than Bell would like to admit. This is my first time actually re-posting another blog post, but what it says is so important. You need to Continue reading Ok, let’s talk: A response to the Bell Let’s Talk campaign
This may be a deep, thoughtful subject. It’s definitely going to be a controversial one. It’s also definitely a conversation worth having. It’s a conversation about choice and the right to make your own decisions. It’s about the end of Continue reading At What Cost?
Happy New Year 2016! I’m not a fan of resolutions, as I think they set us up for disappointment and self-loathing. Setting a resolution tends to make us over-critical of ourselves, as if somehow we aren’t good enough just as Continue reading 2016 – The Year of Living
I’m going back to school! In Canada, September has always been synonymous with the start of the school year for most students. My heart swells with pride as I remember my daughter’s first day of school in North York, Ontario. Continue reading Back to School