I love her face the first time I saw her. It was a week-long education series for The Voice of Our Members that Viola Desmond was introduced to us. Born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia. An African-Canadian woman. The … Continue reading
These Olympic games like a good hug will stay with us forever! Win or Loss hugs help.
We wish to acknowledge that we are on the shared traditional territories of the Coast Salish people and acknowledge the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations… and for this we are thankful. – Vancouver Indigenous is the new terminology we embrace rather than … Continue reading
“Ito ang bahay ko” Filipino translation for “This is my home.”
It’s a land of hope, a land of peace
It’s a place where people can be free
I proudly call this land my own
Oh Canada! This is my home.
On July 1st, we will be celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday celebration.
“Sing Me A Song” is an opportunity for musical groups of all ages and genres to write and sing an original song in the lead up to Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations in 2017.
And the winner under 18 is Our Lady of Mercy School Choir.
When I was younger, I wanted to learn how to drive and own a car. I realized this dream and drove all over British Columbia. I wanted to see places and see many faces. I met First Nations, Doukhobors, Freedomites, … Continue reading
This poster on a lamp-post among other advertisements stood out: “Who Needs Canada?” Good question. I wonder who created this ad. It makes me think. What if I change the question to: Who needs America? China? Russia? … Who needs … Continue reading