If you enjoy cruises, but are looking for something a bit different read on. John and Sandra Nowlan recommend an exciting Indian Ocean journey.
Archives for November 2011
Jane (Meryl Streep) and Jake (Alec Baldwin) have been divorced for ten years. He’s remarried, to a younger woman; she’s still single. His marriage is not going the way he had imagined it would; she’s a little lonely now that the last of their three children has moved out from Mom’s. He still has feelings for her; she’s just vulnerable—well, maybe she still cares for him a little as well.
A Canadian doctor takes a look at the medical school at St. Georges University in Grenada and sees how Canadian students are faring.
Getting along with others takes practice. Whether you apply this to your work life or personal life, Donna Leskosek provides 11 easy ways to foster smooth realationships.
My thoughts then turned to EJ, the love of my life. I always enjoyed my time with him because he always made me laugh and feel loved. I have been seeing EJ for about three years now and I always hated when our time together would end and he would return home to his wife and four kids. Yes, I was seeing a married man.
Guest Author A.J. King provides us with a primer about Genetically Modified Organisms. In plain English, you’ll learn what they are, how they’re different than organic foods and why it is important to your lifestyle and your overall health.
Guest Author Tess Wixted looks at life’s many wonders, how to see them again for the very first time and tells us how a flock of birds and Bach have changed her life.
Sometimes an event takes on a life of its own and transports us to new places. That’s how I felt when I attended the Remembrance Day ceremonies at the War Memorial in Ottawa this past Friday. Although I knew that the program would unofficially start at 10:40 a.m., I assumed that I’d have lots of […]
Author George Burden explores the life of the amazing Canadian Louis Cyr, perhaps the strongest man in history!
Federally-guaranteed student loans, instituted in the heady days of the Great Society as a social program to provide the benefits of higher education to people lower on the income scale, have become a monster riding the backs of younger Americans. They have created a massive amount of debt, to the tune of a trillion dollars, […]