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Courage Under Fire

Courage Under Fire

From David Anthony Hohol… Kupe Zoe grew up in the city of Goma, population about 1 million, located in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Located on the northern shore of Lake Kivu, next to the Rwandan city of Gisenyi, the recent history of Goma has been dominated by the volcano and the Rwandan Genocide of […]

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Labour Day – Canada’s Gift to the World

Labour Day – Canada’s Gift to the World

From David Anthony Hohol… When people think of Labour Day today, fairs and festivals, and the last long weekend of the summer come to mind. It’s original intention was a very historic one however – a heartfelt celebration of workers, their rights and their families. In a time when the news of labour “problems” are […]

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Aboriginal History Month

Aboriginal History Month

From David Anthony Hohol… June is Aboriginal History Month in Canada and every June Canadians are invited to celebrate the contributions of Indigenous people, along with their long and storied history in Canada, by taking part in events and festivities. The visual medium is arguably the most effective way to communicate ideas in today’s world […]

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World Refugee Day 2016

World Refugee Day 2016

From David Anthony Hohol… 65 Million people in the world are now living as refugees, more than at any other point in human history. June 20, 2016 gives us a chance to focus the world’s attention on: -the plight of refugees and displaced people around the world -the causes of their exile -their resolve and […]

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Muhammad Ali: January 17, 1942 – June 3rd, 2016

Muhammad Ali: January 17, 1942 – June 3rd, 2016

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From David Anthony Hohol… Today a small piece of me passed away. Very few times in life do people have the chance to witness real heroism and true bravery. Muhammad Ali was man who gave us both. He was a genuine hero to me from the youngest of ages and I was blessed to have […]

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Immigration Outlook for Canada in 2016

Immigration Outlook for Canada in 2016

From David Anthony Hohol… A change of government for the first time in nearly a decade along with the Syrian Refugee Crisis has changed the face of Canadian immigration for 2016. Judgement aside of any of Conservative immigration policies, it is safe to say the Harper government made sweeping changes to Canadian immigration that have […]

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Christmas Eve – Memories of Magic

Christmas Eve – Memories of Magic

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From David Anthony Hohol… Of all my memories of Christmas past, the most magical was a personal and very private moment in time. I was an independent-minded eight-year old boy, who’d already seen much of the country. My family recently made another unexpected move, taking me away from yet another school and another set of […]

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Confessions of a Conservative – Why I Did the Unthinkable

Confessions of a Conservative – Why I Did the Unthinkable

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From David Anthony Hohol… I grew up in rural Canada, on the Alberta prairies, surrounded by political minded brethren. Members of my family worked as members of the Canadian Parliament and in municipal political positions, as representatives of the Conservative party.  In other words, conservatism was in my DNA from birth. I listened as my […]

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The Sport of Culture

The Sport of Culture

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From David Anthony Hohol… It was 22 years ago when the Toronto Blue Jays last made the playoffs. My grandfather was still alive back then. We shared such a very special relationship and sports played a significant role. From boxing to hockey to baseball, the time we shared during a sporting event, in terms of […]

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The Humanitarian Crisis of Our Time

The Humanitarian Crisis of Our Time

From David Anthony Hohol… When a group of Syrian teenagers were arrested for spray-painting a challenge to the country’s president on the wall of a school building back in 2011, they were held and tortured for weeks. Protests started calling for the president to resign and within a few months a full blown Civil War […]

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