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Top Ten Tuesday: Part IX

September er udnævnt til PCOS Awareness month i USA. Det syntes jeg faktisk er en rigtig god mulighed for at sprede budskabet om denne mystiske sygdom. 623 more words


PCO Spider-Brow

I bet your saying to yourself, what the hell is a Spider-Brow? Well stop talking to yourself for a second and let me explain.

Editorial: Wayne Wouters’ public service yet to be defined | Ottawa Citizen

Citizen’s editorial on what they perceive as Wayne Wouters’ mixed legacy:

It’s somewhat fitting that outgoing Clerk of the Privy Council Wayne Wouters’ first appearance before a House of Commons committee back in 2009 centred around the federal government’s use of public money and manpower for what many argued were partisan purposes.

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What does the Clerk of the Privy Council do?

With Prime Minister Stephen Harper Wednesday appointing Janice Charette as the new Clerk of the Privy Council (replacing Wayne Wouters), here’s a summary of what the clerk does: 153 more words


Janice Charette faces challenges as new Clerk of Privy Council

The new Clerk of the Privy Council faces significant challenges as head of a federal bureaucracy struggling with low morale, an erosion of policy expertise and what some worry is the politicization of the public service. 1,117 more words


Joburg Gems Golf Clubs now PCO friendly

Earn commission at Fairway Hotel, Randpark Golf Club, Bryanston Golf Club and  Royal Jhb & Kensington Golf

A handful of select golf clubs in Johannesburg are now proudly PCO friendly, offering commissions on functions, conferences and golf, to event organisers. 428 more words


Top Ten Tuesday: Part VII

Efter jeg har fundet Bloglovin’, er det at følge med i en blog dejligt nemt. Så her følger en liste over de blogs jeg ikke kan undvære. 442 more words