Graduates

A Reminder to Enjoy the Milestones In Your Children's Lives

Terri Fedonczak | Posted 05.29.2015 | Canada Parents
Terri Fedonczak

My middle child graduated from college last week, and I'm still processing it. My first instinct was to move forward and think about the next thing on the list. And then my inner guide whispered, "This is a milestone; let's take a breath and celebrate it."

Why You Should Care That Grads Are Entering the Workforce Stressed Out

Rob Henderson | Posted 06.29.2014 | Canada
Rob Henderson

This is a generation that cares about their community and is very motivated to make a difference. By providing opportunities to positively impact their community, you will also help them feel good about themselves and their company, which will ultimately have a profound impact on relieving their stress.

Why I Love Canada: An Immigrant's Perspective

Samuel Getachew | Posted 08.27.2012 | Canada
Samuel Getachew

2012-06-26-canadaflag.png Canada Day is a time to celebrate a great Canadian citizenship. For immigrants such as myself, it gives us a rare chance to celebrate great milestones. For instance, Jemy Joseph has only been in Canada just over a decade but she has achieved more than her share. As a medical student, she's a shining example of what immigrants contribute to the fabric of Canada's identity.

Tim Knight's Watching the Watchdog: Journalists Are Killing Journalism

Tim Knight | Posted 07.17.2012 | Canada
Tim Knight

Today, graduates of journalism school see the profession as just that: a job. A paycheque. A security. They do what they're told to do. They're not journalists; they're employees. They don't buck the corporate system. They're part of it. Newsrooms are turning into mere offices.