This was my first time watching The Bachelor, and after the controversy over the show’s refusal to cast a black or minority Bachelor or Bachelorette up until this point, it was refreshing to see that they chose Juan Pablo as their bachelor (but fingers crossed for a Black, Asian, Indian or simply a more diverse Bachelor/Bachelorette cast, at some point in the near future.) Although I do like Andy for the next Bachelorette, I hope the next cast vying for her love will be diverse…but I digress on that point. 560 more words
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Yesterday’s Canadian Press report into the provincial government’s freedom-of-information performance made for depressing reading.
CP’s investigation found that the Christy Clark government claimed there were no records to FOI requests 20 per cent of the time in the first three fiscal quarters of 2013. 204 more words
Pastor Mark sure did butter up his congregation this past Sunday morning. Trying to do damage control before the revealing of his sin? Although he was supposed to be teaching on James 3:1-12, his sermon, in the beginning and throughout it here and there, went to how much he has grown as “your daddy” and how sorry he was for mistakes he made along the way. 518 more words
By Claire Proctor
Being relatively new to the third sector, I don’t know anything that isn’t a sector operating beneath a big, dark cloud of recession, budget cuts, welfare reform and all-round expectations to do more with less. 770 more words