More Hate Crimes in Ottawa

West End Mosque Falls Victim to White Supremacists It looks like culprits are back at it in Ottawa with another incidence of a hate crime[clickToTweet tweet=”West end mosque in Ottawa becomes the latest in the city to be a victim of a hate crime.” quote=”On GPJOA.COM – More Hate Crimes in Ottawa”][social_warfare]. During the overnight […]

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Donald Trump on the campaign trail.

Donald Trump and Mental Illness

[clickToTweet tweet=”Is Donald Trump fit to be president?” quote=”On GPJOA.COM – Is Donald Trump fit to be president?” theme=”style2″][social_warfare] That’s the question often being asked regarding Donald Trump and some of the remarks he has made. It has been suggested recently that the new American president Donald Trump is suffering from mental illness and some […]

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A dog in the snow

Clean Up After Your Pets

This is something that should not have to be brought up, but unfortunately that often isn’t the case. Many times I take my dog outside to do his business and I run into a mound of dog crap on the sidewalk that someone decided would be too difficult to pick up. There is absolutely no […]

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Louise at 50

Celebrating My Wife’s 50th Birthday

Happy Birthday Louise! It was a great evening. You only turn 50 once and although we celebrated a few days after the fact, it did turn out to be a good night. We ended up going to the Mandarin restaurant in Orleans as Louise really enjoyed that restaurant the last time we went on Christmas […]

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Patrick Brown

Ontario Tory Leader Patrick Brown Resigns

Patrick Brown Accused of Sexual Assault Earlier this week news broke that two women had come forward alleging sexual misconduct by Ontario Tory leader Patrick Brown. Once the allegations were made, the wheels on the train started rolling faster and faster, and it didn’t take long before the decision was made that Mr. Brown should […]

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Ontario Landlords Want Pot Ban

New Laws Coming With the impending legalization of marijuana this coming summer, many businesses and people are starting to anticipate how this change of law may affect them. It is still unknown how the marijuana will be distributed or how it will impact current laws like impaired driving. Ontario landlords are anticipating problems with the […]

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Ottawa Shootings Up For 2018

Happy New Year It hasn’t exactly been a great start to the New Year in Ottawa regarding shootings in the city. We aren’t even a month in and there have been 11 shootings with 2 deaths and a total of 6 victims to date. And it appears that there are no areas of the city […]

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More Freezing Rain for Ottawa

Normal Weather for Ottawa in the Winter I’m sitting here and watching the snow fall outside. After enjoying a warm weekend for January, where the snow was melting, and I could walk the dog without his feet freezing, we are getting dumped on with snow again. We’ve had some extremely cold weather this winter unlike […]

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The Downside of the #MeToo Movement

Raising Awareness With #MeToo By now just about everyone on the planet that has access to a television or radio has heard of the #MeToo campaign which promotes ending sexual assault and harassment in the workplace. I applaud such an initiative as I believe there should be no harassment of any type in the workplace […]

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Newborn Found Abandoned Behind Plaza in Toronto

  Newborn Baby Found Outside Toronto Plaza Some disturbing news from this morning when it was reported that a newborn infant was found behind a shopping plaza in Toronto. The infant was found just before 11am local time near Keele Street and Lawrence Avenue. The newborn is believed to have been delivered in the alley […]

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