Working from Home

This a dream come true time for people who have longed to work from home or work for an organization far from where they want to live.  These jobs have the greatest number of work from home, also called ‘remote work’, opportunities: Business Customer service Sales Recruiter Organization development Media and Publishing Writing/Publishing- copywriter, editor, proofreading Graphic design, illustration Blogger Communications/PR- communications officer Education and … Continue reading Working from Home

Canada changes definition of “parent” for the 21st century

Here is some interesting news, written by Shelby Trevenot, posted on CIC News July 16, 2020  “A loophole in Canadian Citizenship law that prevented some parents from passing on citizenship to their children has been closed to support the needs of modern families. Canadian citizenship law is catching up with the times after Quebec Superior Court ruled that the non-biological, legal children of Canadians can … Continue reading Canada changes definition of “parent” for the 21st century

Canadian Banking Seeks More Than 2,000 Employees!

Opportunities await at all of Canada’s five big banks right now Jobs in banking and financial services need to be filled in major cities and smaller communities across Canada. To better represent the people of this country, they are seeking candidates who are French/English bilingual, Metis, First Nations and Inuit. However, people of all backgrounds are welcome to apply. Most of careers are in the … Continue reading Canadian Banking Seeks More Than 2,000 Employees!

Hear Plants!!

Art project gives voice to plants at Assiniboine Park Conservatory “Winnipeg artist is using the electric currents in plants to create music… As the Assiniboine Park Conservatory gets ready to close down for good this spring, Helga Jakobson is giving a voice to the plants who call it home.”  Read and hear the sound of plants that may know they will soon be separated. Thanks to Wendy … Continue reading Hear Plants!!

Toronto Celebrates Canada’s 150th

 Dozens of Canada 150 Celebrations the First Weekend of July and  Beyond Check out the line up of Canada Day celebrations going on in our Toronto.  We love history, walking tours, multiculturalism, food, dance, film, music, of course fireworks and so much more.  The celebrations extend well beyond this one weekend we gather to rejoice in having this amazing place to call home. Where: Throughout … Continue reading Toronto Celebrates Canada’s 150th

Learning about the Brain

The Ontario Brain Institute’s Calendar of Events is Full in March, Including Brain Awareness Week Thanks to the Ontario Brain Institute, we can learn what sports and science say about concussions, attend a conference about basic neural mechanisms informed by structural and functional neuroimaging, personalized treatments for depression and much more!  Check the Events Calendar to see what may be of interest to you. Most events are … Continue reading Learning about the Brain

Want to quit smoking? Try running, new program urges

“  Published Wednesday, January 13, 2016 1:26PM EST Last Updated Wednesday, January 13, 2016 3:37PM EST If you’ve resolved to quit smoking this year, a newly expanded program that aims to turn smokers into runners may be the answer. The Canadian Cancer Society, the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Running Room have partnered to launch Run to Quit, a 10-week program that will … Continue reading Want to quit smoking? Try running, new program urges

British Columbia Teen Inventor Named Forbes 30 Under 30

Thanks to  Wanyee Li of Metro for telling this story of a Canadian teenager’s incredible achievement. “Canadian inventor Ann Makosinski can now add Forbes 30 Under 30 to the long list of accolades she has collected since she won the 2013 Google Science Fair as a 15-year old. The second-year UBC student, who invented a flashlight powered by the heat of a human hand and a cell-phone charging mug, says … Continue reading British Columbia Teen Inventor Named Forbes 30 Under 30