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Where Have All The Political Leaders Gone?

(6) Comments | Posted June 21, 2013 | 5:08 PM

For a great many Canadians, this is a week of cycles and change. While young people finish another year of school, parents prepare to send their children for summer adventures at camps and experiential learning programs; consistently warm nights and hotter days, not to mention today's solstice, signal summer's long-anticipated...

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Holocaust Remembrance Day: Take Action Against Hate Everywhere

(4) Comments | Posted April 8, 2013 | 5:00 PM

It was almost three years ago when I first set foot in Germany and Poland, as part of a group of 60 diverse Canadian student leaders, to retrace the calamity inflicted upon my family, and those of so many others, during the Nazi Holocaust.

The March of Remembrance and Hope...

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Putting the 'Profit' back into Non-Profit

(1) Comments | Posted March 25, 2013 | 5:28 PM

The way we think about nonprofits is all wrong.

Earlier this month, Dan Pallotta, a humanitarian activist and fundraising innovator, made waves with his TED talk about how our approach to charity is backwards. (Give it a watch if you haven't already done so; the 18...

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A Generation of "Y"-ners? I Don't Think So

(4) Comments | Posted November 25, 2012 | 11:00 PM

HuffPost Canada has been #AskingY -- presenting a series to dig deeply into the malaise which has come to characterize the ostensible hijacking of my generation's shot at upward mobility. Apparently, we've taken note.

Yes, the numbers appear frightening. But any unscientific...

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A Plea to Travellers: Stop Buying Sex in Thailand

(18) Comments | Posted September 6, 2012 | 7:43 AM

KRABI, Thailand--Travelling through Southeast Asia is a rite of passage for many curious adventurers. And Thailand, for most, is an unmissable stop on the itinerary. After all, the "land of smiles" is beautiful, Thais are renowned for their hospitality, and money can buy literally anything one's heart desires.


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