The Run for the Cure 2018: Another Year Closer to Winning the Fight

Yesterday marked the 27th annual CIBC Run for the Cure. The event brought over 80,000 Canadians from various parts of the country together for one special cause: the relentless fight against breast cancer. I am so proud to see that we collectively raised over $16 Million which will go towards life-saving breast cancer research, support … More The Run for the Cure 2018: Another Year Closer to Winning the Fight

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Kindness is Contagious but Should Not Be Taken for Granted

So the other day I went to pick up some shoes that I had given in for repair. I go to a shop nearby that I’ve been frequenting for some time. It’s a nicely-run shop by an older, hard-working gentleman who is very obviously passionate about his job and dedicated to making his customers happy. … More Kindness is Contagious but Should Not Be Taken for Granted

Restoring a Normalcy Almost Forgotten

Lately, I’ve been trying to restore a normalcy almost forgotten – life before smartphone-ageddon. Contrary to popular belief, there was a time before social media. (sarcasm intended) This, of course, excludes those born in the Generation Z era (mid-1990’s and early 2000’s) who would think we were crazy since they were practically born with a … More Restoring a Normalcy Almost Forgotten