Apology

Notley Apologizes For Alberta's Residential School Legacy

CP | Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press | Posted 06.22.2015 | Canada Alberta

"We want the First Nation, Metis and Inuit people of Alberta to know that we deeply regret the profound harm and damage..."

Eight Dos and Don'ts of Timely Social Media Campaigns

Jennifer Osborne | Posted 06.16.2015 | Canada Business
Jennifer Osborne

Social media campaigns aim to enhance a company's marketing efforts, but sometimes, they don't always go as planned. Effective social media campaigns include posting original content that is timely, relevant and appeals to a target audience. However, what some businesses define as timely and relevant may not be the same as how the target audience identifies with it.

How I Fixed My Foot-in-Mouth Moment

Rhonda Scharf | Posted 06.12.2015 | Canada Living
Rhonda Scharf

Sometimes all we need to do is wait for the entire message to make it to our brain before we share what is on our mind. However, sometimes we aren't that patient and when we mess up, we must own the misunderstanding and we must fix it. Then, don't do it again!

#SorryNotSorry: Rise of the Unapologetic Woman

Carlen Costa | Posted 09.15.2014 | Canada Living
Carlen Costa

This is about the end of excuses. It's about the end of the perpetual apology and the idea that if we as women don't rally, pull ourselves together and support one another we won't make it out alive. What I have experienced is that women more often than not say "I'm sorry" than any other phrase.

How to Recover From 'Relationship Trauma'

Susan Valentine | Posted 02.16.2014 | Canada Living
Susan Valentine

You need to see that your partner has suffered too, not from your anger, but from the weight of his or her own actions. If you believe your partner deeply regrets his actions, knows he was wrong, and even feels he violated his own personal standards, you will feel more trusting and open to forgiveness.

We Were Wrong

Kickstarter | Posted 08.21.2013 | Canada
Kickstarter

On Wednesday morning Kickstarter was sent a blog post quoting disturbing material found online. The offensive material was part of a draft for a "seduction guide" that someone was using Kickstarter to publish. The posts offended a lot of people -- us included -- and many asked us to cancel the creator's project. We didn't. We were wrong.

Watching the Watchdog: Decline and Fall of Eyewitness News

Tim Knight | Posted 06.18.2012 | Canada
Tim Knight

Back in the 70s, I was a reporter for WABC-TV, New York when we started an early evening news program called Eyewitness News. It was a time of ponderous, pompous, patronizing, local news fronted by distant, ultra-serious "voice of God" anchors. Eyewitness News changed all that.

To Forgive or Not to Forgive?

Marcia Sirota | Posted 12.06.2011 | Canada Living
Marcia Sirota

If someone has to force themselves to forgive in order to meet someone else's expectations, they'll be more tormented than if they'd held onto their hurt. A better solution would be to learn how to let go.