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Human Rights Commission Selects Hero Award Winners

A seasoned finance professional, Kathy Levinson serves as an executive coach, where she uses her experience to assist executives with strategic leadership and business strategies. Outside of her professional life, Kathy Levinson supports numerous nonprofit organizations.

Kathy Levinson

The DMV needs an overhaul

Ah, the Department of Motor Vehicles: everybody’s stereotype of a complacent, hidebound bureaucracy, where the lines are long and the staff’s hostility is held in check by its somnolence. 961 more words


Williams breached trust and confidentiality agreement

Last week a jury awarded Jordan Williams $1.27 million in his defamation  case against Colin Craig. Williams successfully claimed that Craig had lied about him in a press conference and a booklet that was delivered to most homes around the country. 1,298 more words


Optimism: Naïve or Courageous?

When every prior effort has failed, what is required to continue trying? Where does one find the energy to believe that change for good is possible despite a history of dashed hopes? 635 more words

The Presumption of Racism (Originally Published in the Spectrum Newspaper)

Sometimes it takes something like a report to show how far Canada has come to effectively deal with racism. The Ontario Human Rights Commission hired Canadian law student Donna Young to do a report focusing on collecting evidence of prejudice on the part of the Commission’s staff. 306 more words

Writing (all Kinds)

Dear New Zealand Rugby management and board members,

An open letter to the NZ Rugby Union:

Dear New Zealand Rugby management and board members,

Right now, thousands of New Zealanders are questioning the culture of our country’s favourite sport and those in charge of it. 295 more words