Tag Archives: Canada

Critical Statistics We Must Not Skip

When a Covid-19 vaccine was invented, we were relieved.  We were cautioned that it is not an antidote for the virus and does not provide immunity against it.  It does not make the vaccinated less contagious than anyone else, nor … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Canadian Reading 2021

I am happy to rejoin my Ontario friend, Shonna, who is the very wonderful, creative hostess of the Canadian Reading Challenge theme.  Here is to year #15!  Human rights, animal rights, colourful cultures and lands, memory, friendship, and literature:  here … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Canadian Reading

I am an ongoing member of the Canadian reading challenge run by my friend, Shonna, in Ontario.  I love acquainting and supporting the Canadian arts and frequently find names I had never heard of, at book charity sales.  Some are … Continue reading

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Hands Of Man Concert!

Our generation has bonded over music.  It is easier to have musical tastes in common than books.  I have watched children of fellow music fans grow up, welcomed and have travelled widely to meet peers.  There are genres I love … Continue reading

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Special Historic Occasions

It’s my parents’ anniversary!  I shared a nice conversation with them today, which you can do with three people when you have landline telephones.  There was a lot to joke and chat about in earnest.  Even “Back To The Future … Continue reading

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Is Canada ‘strategizing’ or choosing?

In my previous article, I described the way conservative party leader, Prime Minister Stephen Harper was elected again and again;  not representative of the average Canadian’s preference but as a result of familiarity and complacency.  His was a familiar name during … Continue reading

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Canadians Undecided About Monday?

There has been unbelievable hype over faraway elections of other countries.  We need excitement about the election of our Prime Minister….  NEXT WEEK!  The New Democrat Party (NDPs) and the Green Party discuss in their platforms, available on-line, that our voting process … Continue reading

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Pray For Forest Fire Evacuees.

Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, and Northwest Territories have been enduring forest fires for weeks!  We send prayer, healing, and protection to our citizens!  May we never face a fire.  Each time it rains, I give thanks for the blanket of … Continue reading

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Ethereal, Gentle Spectrums: show your seasons!

It’s time for the festivities of “ETHEREAL” and “GENTLE SPECTRUMS“! This prize activity is for all members:  whether or not you have begun posting reviews, or are finished. There is nothing more special than learning about where our peers live.  Let’s show our seasons!  Photos don’t need to be new.  You … Continue reading

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Canadian Thanksgiving History

Copyright © 2007 Riedel Cards   The lives we lead are measured by time.  Events highlight our calendar.  Whether designated by spirituality, a country, or enthusiasm for a personal birth:  the memories are up to us.  They aren’t “just another … Continue reading

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How To Protect Canada’s Mail

The Canada Post strike of November 1997 and lock-out of June 2011 were irritating.  In 1997 I accomplished personal firsts:  stepped onto Caribbean soil and experienced a birthday on a beach!  A winter baby doesn’t celebrate in a swimsuit, nor under a … Continue reading

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