Saying so long to the sheriff As they say, nothing lasts forever and good things must come to an end! This is how it was when I received a personal farewell letter from the now immediate past CEO of the Canadian Human Rights Commission Marie-Claude Landry. Yes! I was sort of expecting forContinue reading Saying So Long To The Sheriff
What did I learn for 2022? By Donna J. Jodhan As I sit here writing this particular editorial, the first words that come to my mind are these: “Same old! Same old!” And I am very sure that there are many out there who will readily agree with me. For this editorial, I am goingContinue reading What Did I Learn For 2022?
Ho, ho, ho everyone and MRs Claus and her elves are pleased to announce the winners of their recently run letter writing contest. This contest was open to all kids between the ages of 7 and 12 worldwide. Due to the ages of those who submitted their letters, the judges decided to combine the sevenContinue reading Announcing The Winners of The Dear MRS Claus 2022 Writing Contest
The kids who cannot advocate for themselves No, they are just unable to do so and each time we either intentionally or inadvertently snuff out their lives it means that we are guilty of depriving them of their futures. This sure reminds me of a song that the Carpenters made so popular and thisContinue reading The Kids Who Cannot Advocate For Themselves
Hats off to the City of Toronto Believe me when I say that I am ever so jubilant and rewarded anytime an entity gets it and for today it’s all about the City of Toronto! On October 12 2022 I did my Civic Duty, when I voted in this City’s Municipal Election andContinue reading Hats Off To The City Of Toronto
Dear friends, Barrier Free Canada-Canada Sans Barriers would like to thank you once again for your continued support and words of encouragement for it is only with you and through you that we as an organization can continue to thrive and to encourage others to speak up, speak out, and engage each other in meaningfulContinue reading Barrier Free Canada Newsletter November 2022
Dear world! You are just so busy expanding, innovating, creating, and developing! All well and good but I personally want to see if you are listening! Chances are that you may be half listening to those of us who may be writing similar letters to you but if I do not share myContinue reading Dear World! Are You Listening?
The worker bees who made it happen I have waited and waited for someone to either acknowledge or to recognize a small group of tireless, committed, humble, and dedicated individuals who in my respectful opinion played a very important role in helping to convince the Government of the day to enact a long awaitedContinue reading The Worker Bees who made it happen
The Arrive Can App Debacle I hope that after reading my editorial for today you will agree with me that this is indeed a debacle. I have extracted relevant sections from articles and I am going to leave it up to you the reader to draw your own conclusions. I however will share mineContinue reading The ArriveCan App Debacle
The duck and the eagle In my humble and respectful view most of us either fall into the duck category or the eagle category. So what am I squawking about today? Here it is! If your preference is to complain first then seek another strategy to deal with things; you definitely fall intoContinue reading The Duck and the Eagle – How we can learn from these two birds