Monthly Archives: August 2005
So this academic year Iím taking online courses so I can travel and have my head quarters in Ottawa. My big old house is located in Centretown. I live with a super-cool socially aware family. My partner, Matthew and I … Continue reading
Shortly after writing my list of summer conclusions I realized that I left out one of the biggest lessons I had learnt all summer! As you may or may not know, I strive to be effective social justice and environmental … Continue reading
I was at the UN in New York for two weeks on the Canadian Government Delegation to a meeting that negotiated water, sanitation and human settlements. I should have posted my report months ago but I forgot about it until … Continue reading
This is a insightful piece on The Hurricane in Lousiana by Ross Gelbspan, author of The Heat is On and Boiling Point. By Ross Gelbspan | August 30, 2005, Boston Globe The hurricane that struck Louisiana yesterday was nicknamed Katrina … Continue reading
Check out my hot new bangs. I haven’t bangs since I was 12! I try to follow the trends and be “cool” sometimes.
My super-cool friend, Delaney Greig, was doing research on fair trade shea butter in a small village in Burkina Faso near the Ghanaian border this summer. I didn’t realize how large the knowledge gap between rich and poor countries until … Continue reading