Ottawa

Spring is Finally Here

It’s Been Awhile It’s been sometime since I last posted. I have been looking after a dog during the week that has been keeping me fairly busy as the dog has severe anxiety and can be very demanding. But I learned today that the owner is going to retire and will be moving out west […]

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My Post Election Analysis and Rant

My take on the recent 2021 Canadian Federal Election. Should this election have been called given the ongoing pandemic?

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Discrimination of the Most Vulnerable and Overlooked Minority

All Lives Should Matter One would think that in the year 2020 and with the pandemic that has had us all with way too much time to think, that we would have come up with solutions to end the discrimination we have been plagued with since probably the beginning of time. We often hear of […]

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Surviving and Striving To Make It One More Day

Another Lapsed Appearance and More Lousy Excuses It’s been a while, and I should start by stating I haven’t written anything since May of this year. At least it’s something I wrote in 2020 and I can say that I have written something since 2019, despite it not being much or that good. It was […]

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Sunny Days

Adapting to Our New Lifestyle

With this ongoing pandemic, I should have tons of time to get my blog going and writing content, but it seems to be the opposite for a few reasons.

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Another Tough Month

A Lonely Month No doubt that many are in the same boat as me and have spent the better part of March at home away from friends and family. The issue that started in China several months ago managed to make its way to Canada and the rest of North America. I’m sure by now, […]

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March is Finally Over

It’s been a long and tough March, and it seems like this Winter will never end.

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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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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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