Canadians love to apologize; we are known internationally for it. We say we are sorry when we reach out to open a door at the same time as someone else, when we accidentally brush up against a stranger in a Continue reading What does an apology really mean?
After the holiday season of culinary over-indulgence, my refrigerator was laden with bits and pieces of food. I set to the task of tidying things up, which inevitably led me to throwing food out. In short order, I had filled Continue reading Waste not, want not
I recently spent a wonderful weekend with three good friends; women I don’t get to see nearly enough. All lawyers doing social justice work of one kind or another, we met through our work, and our friendships grew from there. Continue reading The joys of friendship
The announcement last week by Liberal MP Scott Brison that he would not seek re-election in the fall and so would resign from his Cabinet position as President of the Treasury Board of Canada led to a significant Cabinet shuffle Continue reading Shuffling towards the election