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What Pride means to me.

August 21, 2017, Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa,  Pride Flag Raising Ceremony

Good morning. Thank you to CAS for inviting me to speak about what Pride means to me.  1,062 more words

Ottawa Capital Pride

'The danger of a single story'

(Ottawa, Monday, August 21st, 2017)

Congratulations to Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa on this wonderful flag raising ceremony to kick off Pride week celebrations.  Thank you Janique, Andre, and so many others, for including us in your celebration of diversity and equity; today and throughout the year.  1,749 more words

Gender Diversity

The Memo Controversy

Google, the second most valuable brand of the world, and the mecca for people aspiring a career in technology, has grown too huge for any introduction in a short span of time since its inception. 546 more words

The time for 'neutrality' has passed

Just as pseudoscience — “science-y sounding” information that is not scientific — is dangerous when used to convey misinformation about health, energy, the environment and other topics, “pseudonews” is dangerous when used to convey misinformation about politics, finance, regulations, public policy and other matters of importance to citizens and society. 393 more words

Post-fact Society

The Google Fiasco: What we really need to be asking

Much has been said and written about the Google fiasco; so much so that despite me initially deciding to not jump onto the bandwagon, I’ve now changed my mind. 431 more words

HR

Fired Google Engineer Hits Back in Public Statement

The Google programmer who was fired after writing a 10-page critique of the company’s stance on gender diversity has issued a public statement on the events, framing his firing as a panicked PR effort by a company browbeaten by political correctness. 366 more words

Tech

Google CEO Cancels Gender-Diversity Meeting After Employees Targeted Online

Shockwaves continue to rattle Google after the company fired an engineer who posted a lengthy screed suggesting that women are genetically less capable than men of working in high-tech. 368 more words

Technology