Tag Archives: Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day 2019

“I am a Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, or free to choose those who shall govern my country. This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold for myself and all mankind.”—John Diefenbaker […]
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Supporting Our Veterans in the 21st Century

It is Remembrance Day in 2014.  It is the day we remember those who sacrificed for our country.  We remember those who gave their lives in the Great War of a 100 years ago.  It is a day we remember veterans like my father who served in World War 2.  It is a day for […]
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Revictimization

I haven’t posted for a while due to business.  However I can’t use that as an excuse and I can’t put this off any longer.  This week has been extremely aggravating and epitomizes the challenges I have been helping some clients with. There has been a lot of news this week on the subject of […]
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Remembrance Day 2012

To me every day is a remembrance day but today is the official Remembrance Day of 2012.  Today is that one dedicated day of the year when we pay homage to those who gave so much for our freedom and democracy, our veterans.  Today is that one day of the year when our collective soul […]
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Supporting Democracy is More Than Remembrance Day

October was not a very prolific month when it came to writing and, although it flew by, it really wasn’t that busy that I couldn’t have done some writing. There has certainly been an abundance of topics. And with that said I thought it would be beneficial to start the month of November off with […]
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