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On Bullying, Diversity and Change

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Last week I attended the wake for Jamie Hubley, a teenager in my community who committed suicide.  There were so many people there to share in the grief of Jamie’s family that was a two hour wait to speak with the family.   Hundreds turned out for his funeral.  As a member of our community, as read more..

Canada Day In Carleton-Mississippi Mills

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Canada Day Round Up: Carleton-Mississippi Mills I love Canada Day – possibly more than Christmas or my birthday!  I look forward to the celebrations all year long.  For the past couple of years I have helped out as volunteer co-ordinator for Canada Day In Kanata and it has been amazing working with the dedicated volunteers read more..

Trying To Be A Bit Green-ish

Saturday, June 11th, 2011

First, I have to admit that we consume far too much to seriously consider putting ourselves on the “green” spectrum of living.  We have a gas guzzling minivan which consumes too much gas, despite the fact that it doesn’t get driven very far, very often. We have a house and, at this time of year, read more..

On Midwives

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

I love to talk about my main interaction with the medical system to date: the birth of my two sons.  In 2006, when I got pregnant with my first son, I didn’t think twice about what sort of prenatal care I would receive: I acted on the referral from my family doctor and sought care read more..

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