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Don’t tell me hatred is a small problem

Racism is very much an issue. The leading cause of death for young black men living in the United States is being shot by the police. Don't tell me that hatred is a small problem. All human being deserve unbiased and fair treatment from the authorities. It's not okay to jump to conclusion because of... Continue Reading →

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Destiny is uncertain

What must happen will happen. Every thing happens in its time. We do not control over everything. Destiny is uncertain. Sometimes, the winds simply do not blow in our favor, and despite our efforts, we fail to see reality in the face. It is said that the most beautiful things that can happen to us... Continue Reading →

Private businesses sewing Quebec municipalities

Did you know that there is an history of being private businesses sewing Quebec municipalities when they oppose projects? A resolution to this effect, presented by the Municipality of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, was adopted unanimously at the conference of the Quebec Federation of Municipalities (FQM). Why do you ask? Well, Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, which has a population of 2,800,... Continue Reading →

This blogger has dyslexia

October 4th is dyslexia awareness day. This blogger has dyslexia, so this is an issue close to my heart. You are born with this learning disability. Although, in my time (yes, I am that old), it wasn't has recognized as it is now. I made it all the way to university before I was diagnosed... Continue Reading →

Childhood Anxiety

As a mother of a child with childhood anxiety, I've come to learn a few things along the way. Childhood anxiety is not obvious when your child is very little. I spent my daughter's early years applauding her for being so much more mature than her peers. Everyone noticed and complimented her being advanced for... Continue Reading →

What if we truly had freedom of choice?

October is abortion awareness month. What if we truly had freedom of choice? Some people are comfortable after deciding to have an abortion, but most have a lot of difficulty. Why? In three years, the number of anti-choice centres has doubled in Quebec. Many anti-choice discourage abortion and push women towards adoption instead saying that... Continue Reading →

The abortion pill

Difficult access to the abortion pill in Quebec compared to elsewhere in Canada. While in British Columbia, 40% of women who obtained abortions took advantage of the abortion pill in the first 18 months following the introduction of the drug, in Quebec, this proportion was only 9% after the first year, reveals a report released... Continue Reading →

Holding in your farts

Holding in your farts isn't healthy. An accumulation of intestinal gas can trigger abdominal distension. Some gases are absorbed into the circulation which isn't healthy. It can even cause inflammation of the colon. I will always remember sitting in a restaurant and having a discussion with my best friend new boyfriend about women's biology. He... Continue Reading →

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