Gender and race wage gap still exist

Let's debunk these myths claiming the gender wage gap doesn't exist and we don't need to wait for #equalpayday to do so. I've spoken about my cousin and his wife who discovered that their employer was paying men and women differently. Canadian women are more likely to face violence and live in poverty than men.... Continue Reading →


Underwear is personal

Many schools and workplace mandate that girls and women must wear a bra. This is a rule that is more and more being deemed discriminatory, because it only applies to one gender. If you say that women need to wear a bras due to breast size, then there are plenty of men that should be... Continue Reading →

Open mindedness make you likeable

Being open-minded makes you more likeable. Why? Open-minded people are more approachable and interesting to others.  No one wants to have a conversation with someone who has already formed an opinion and is unwilling to listen to anyone else's point of view. Having an open mind is also crucial in the workplace. Being approachable approachable... Continue Reading →

Actions speak louder than words

At this point, I don't know if we stand a chance at fighting climate change and saving our planet, but I sure won't stop trying and pushing for it. If a government claims to be an ecologist, it can not encourage the oil companies to develop to infinity, yet that seems to be the case... Continue Reading →

Managing time can be challenging

Living with chronic illness, means being exhausted all the time. That can make it difficult to do even the simplest of tasks, like brushing your teeth or taking a shower – much less trying to make it through an entire day of work, school, appointments and responsibilities. My calendar is filled with twice as many... Continue Reading →

Mental Health Days

Most psychologist agree that in order to take care of your mental heal every should give themselves permission to take a mental day when they need it. It's been proven that taking a mental health day makes people more production and generally easier to be around. It's also proven that taking a day to relax... Continue Reading →

What makes a good leader?

I have worked with many different bosses, managers and group leaders. I try to learn from them, both what makes a good leader and what makes bad ones. Most people find themselves somewhere in the middle. First of all, leadership is all about lifting up the people around you and bringing them on a journey... Continue Reading →

Living Wages

Would it be great if we lived in a society where company owners cared be about making a living and not making a fortune? Wouldn’t it be great if company profits were shared with all workers so that they can have a better life? All people are deserving to live above the poverty level. I... Continue Reading →

Construction – Are we tired of being taken for idiots?

If you live near Montreal, you have probably heard about new hospitals with mold and pillars of the new Champlain Bridge that had to be redone because pieces tended to come off. Like me, you probably feel like every year the entire city turns into a giant construction area, lots of promises are made and... Continue Reading →

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