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Federalism, Regionalism, Globalism

Federalism has always been a struggle in Canada. Our constitution gives power primarily to the federal government, and we recognize the benefits of a strong shared government to unify us, but it can be difficult for people in, say, Vancouver to identify closely with people in rural Newfoundland. 971 more words

Political Reflections

This is it

Last day of my internship.  Mixed feelings!  But I miss my home, so that wins out.  :)

Many loose ends to tie up.  I’m beginning with coffee and packing.   313 more words


Depending on your job role, my.company can be really amazing when it comes to scheduling your day.

Today I got to take my step daughter to school, and picked her up. 41 more words


Radio interview - More than just weight loss

In my monthly radio segment, I spent time addressing the notion that only overweight people need a personal trainer. With many of my clients, that’s actually not the issue. 123 more words

Audio Interviews

CMI launches 'Women' diversity mission

The Chartered Management Institute has launched a new initiative, CMI Women, to address the gender gap in the UK management workforce. 577 more words


Jobs You Can Do From Anywhere in the World - 11 great companies currently hiring

There are many reasons people search for jobs that can be done from any location. Luckily, more and more companies are offering remote employees the freedom to work from anywhere in the world they choose. 70 more words


Pole Dance Notes 12.06.16

Let’s talk about learning curves. I’ve been dancing and moving on stage in front of other humans for a long time. Like since I was seven. 598 more words