I came across an article today in the paper that really warmed my heart. About 300 residents at the Baycrest Apotex Centre, a local nursing home in Toronto, were given the opportunity to celebrate their prom, decades later, because they were confined to concentration camps during the period of the Holocaust and World War 2. … More A Warm Reminder That Age Has No Boundary
So as we know, today is Black Friday and exactly one month before Christmas. As of this writing, people are still feverishly shopping and malls over overpacked with feverish shoppers looking for the best bargain. I took the liberty of going to Toronto’s Eaton Centre today and while there is nothing particularly warm and fuzzy … More Black Friday Madness – Is it Worth It?
The US Election results this week were undoubtedly the hottest topic around the globe – and based on your own personal opinions, the results may have been in your favour or may have left you in shock and disbelief. As a supporter of Hillary Clinton, I was completely baffled, like many others, at the outcome. It … More Hillary – Accepting Defeat with Dignity
So over the weekend, I went down to Harbourfront in the heart of downtown Toronto, and inadvertently discovered a brand new town – PokemonTown. I’m not even trying to be funny. The picture above is merely a snippet of the degree of Pokemon chaos that was prevalent. Literally, hundreds of people had congregated to Harbour … More Introducing Ontario’s Newest City: PokemonTown
What started out as a regular Wednesday morning quickly turned into a scene out of a movie. Working out of a small office in a quiet area of Richmond Hill, there really isn’t much that goes on around here – other than the regular every day busyness. But today was a very different story. As … More When Chaos Hits Close To Home