Last week, I received an email from an Ontario public institution asking me to do a presentation on family law and violence against women at an upcoming program for its professional staff. This was not unusual: I receive frequent invitations Continue reading Counting time
On August 26 of this year, Gayle Garlock had a medically assisted death at home, with his wife and two sons by his side. In so doing, he became one of almost 7,000 people in Canada to have taken advantage Continue reading MAID improvements
On election night 2019, Justin Trudeau trumpeted that Canadians had given him “a clear mandate.” He also said: “From coast to coast to coast tonight, Canadians . . . voted in favour of a progressive agenda and strong action on Continue reading “A clear mandate”???
It’s pretty easy to become so caught up in our daily activities that we don’t take the time to just slow down for a few minutes and appreciate what is around us. I am very guilty of this: there is Continue reading Taking a moment