It's taken me a while to think about this and usually I would wait until the next round of elections which is three years from now. However, Mayor Rob Ford's recent actions and certain reactions means I'm writing this three years early. There has been a...Read More
There’s a certain freedom in growing up in a family that has been mixed race on both sides for five generations. We’ve never had to worry about our family’s reaction to a mixed-race relationship and when you’re mixed-race, every relationship is a mixed-race one.
Right here: http://www.google.ca/logos/ If you go to the Google homepage, don't enter anything in the search box then hit "I'm feeling lucky," you'll see them. Not only will you see the North American ones, you'll see the ones that were created specifically for certain countries. The...Read More
This ring, though, has been on my radar. Perfect for bloggers and tweeters. It’s $115 U.S. Not bad.
I went to the Jack Daniels Honey Whiskey launch earlier this week and while I don't usually write about food or drinks unless I make it, I had a couple thoughts about the drink. I'm not a whiskey drinker. Usually I tend to go for bourbon...Read More
Yesterday I went to pick up my niece from her daycare. Her parents were up north and weren't going to make it home in time. My brother had asked me to babysit Niecelet. I head out to the west end and after showing identification, got Niecelet....Read More
Denise Balkisoon, co-founder of Ethnic Aisle talks to Metro Morning’s Matt Galloway about race, politics and the urban/suburban divide. You can listen to the six-minute conversation: here: http://www.cbc.ca/metromorning/episodes/2011/09/26/race-and-ethnicity/