My Personal Hell

The Miserable Side of Life We all have it. That thing that drives you around the bend and makes your life miserable. For myself, it’s my sinuses that make my life miserable and a living hell in the winter. No doubt there are those who have never experienced a sinus infection or have had one […]

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Another Justin Trudeau Blunder

SNC-Lavelin has been one of the prime subjects in the media lately. There are cries for Justin Trudeau to resign as Prime Minister. What next?

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Winter Driving In Ottawa

Winter driving in Ottawa can be stressful, but the city does a fairly good job of getting rid of the snow quickly.

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What a Snooze Fest

Superbowl 53 may go down in history as one of the most boring football games ever. Even the halftime show couldn’t redeem it.

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GM Announces Factory Closures

Closures Announced This past November, General Motors announced that it would be closing 5 plants in North America to shift focus to electric and autonomous vehicles. The announcement came as a shock to many, including employees of the plants now scheduled to close, and the union that supports those employees. Such an announcement can be […]

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Happy New Year

Ringing in The New Year Well, 2019 has finally arrived and it’s time to get back to work and get things going again. This past holiday season, we decided to drive up to Timmins, Ontario where our daughter is now living. It was the first long trip we made with our dog Sunny and we […]

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Back at It

Once again, I slacked off and haven’t written anything in a couple of weeks. I have been down with the flu for the last week and haven’t had the energy to tackle much of the daily tasks, let alone getting in a few hours of writing. I did spend some time working on a website […]

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Another Monday Afternoon

Always do your research before starting a computer upgrade.

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Getting Rid of Panhandlers

Crime in Ottawa No doubt if you live here in the nation’s capital of Ottawa, you have seen them on the main thoroughfares throughout the city. They walk up and down the medians and when the light turns red, they step out onto the roadway and walk from car to car with their Tim Horton’s […]

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Another Election Over

Municipal Elections in Ontario This past Monday was election day in Ontario where cities and towns chose their mayors, councillors and school board trustees. It was the first election in many years that I did not vote in. Strangely, this municipal election did not seem to get much coverage through the media or even with […]

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