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RICHARD's desk: How I work - A number of people interested in developing or improving their productivity have asked me to describe how I work. I have been refining my work process for a very long time, and keep modifying it in hopes of… Continue reading
EVENTS: Family Feud WED – MAR 10 -   WED, Mar. 10, 1 pm Registration: arose@pickering.ca Continue reading
RICHARD's desk: - Join us March 6 | arrive 12:45 - 1:15 pm  Masks & Social Distancing Required     Join our public protest on Saturday, March 6. We will gather in the Sobey's Parking lot at 1899 Brock Rd., Pickering.​When… Continue reading
WOMEN: ALICE MUNRO (1931 – ) - Alice Munro was born on 10 July 1931 in Wingham, Ontario.  Her father was a farmer and her mother was a teacher.  She grew up in Ontario and her development as a short-story writer is based, in her… Continue reading
WOMEN: Sheila Copps (1952 – ) - Sheila Copps was a well-known politician, a member of the federal Liberal Party, the first woman to be Deputy Prime Minister and a holder of many federal cabinet positions (Environment, Heritage). She worked tirelessly in the areas of… Continue reading
WOMEN: Angela Merkel (1954- ) - She was elected by the 80 million Germans has governed the country with competence, skill, dedication and sincerity. In those years, she recorded no transgressions, has assigned no government offices to any relatives, has not made millions from… Continue reading
WOMEN: Viola Desmond, 1914-1965 - Diminutive, Black and a hairdresser living in Halifax in the 1940s, Viola Desmond is a giant in the history of Canada. Viola was a woman whose actions spoke much more loudly than her words. Refusing to sit in… Continue reading
EVENTS: FRAUD & SCAM AWARENESS – Mar. 25 - Registration - email:  kbradley@pickering.ca Continue reading
From NAKINA...: Mar 1 – new career consideration? - Quarantines affect people in various ways. In Rotzy's case, he may have become a technology wizard. Soon he will hanging a new shingle outside his door, ya think? "Geek consultant, for hire"   Stormy Weather?    Hardly. Even Nakina… Continue reading
HEALTH & SAFETY: Win the cholesterol battle naturally - Cholesterol management and maintenance can be challenging. Medications such as statins like Lipitor will do the job chemically. However, you may be able to reduce your dependence on the pharmaceutical solution with a change in your diet, although… Continue reading
NEWSLETTERS: MAR 2021 - March: Women’s History MonthThe role of women in our society evolves continuously, every step seems to be an epic battle. The majority of Canadian women were enfranchised in 1918 after WW1 but were not legally recognized as persons… Continue reading
SCAMS, FRAUDS and HACKS: Another PHONE SCAM - Another scam…this one is a phone scam and it could be very costly for you if you get taken in. *WATCH OUT NEW AREA CODE* Costly NEW AREA CODE: [ READ THIS AND PASS ALONG ] 809 Area… Continue reading
HEALTH & SAFETY: You ain’t gonna like this – 30 foods high in sodium - Many of us enjoy salty foods much more than foods that are low in salt content. Salt brings out the flavour in almost any food but still, it is best to eat less food high in salt. Click… Continue reading
EVENTS: Brain Teasers to stimulate and exercise the brain - To register:  call 905 420 4660 or ________________email arose@pickering.ca   Continue reading
JUST MY OPINION...: The federal government Covid Alert App - Some thoughts to consider about the Covid Alert app which is available from the Government of Canada. . . . . I think I am a good citizen, and I try to help others where I can. I… Continue reading
HEALTH & SAFETY: Vaccine availability and distribution - Click the image below to access the site:   As part of the province’s vaccine distribution plan, the immediate priority groups to receive vaccine in Durham Region are:   Staff and essential caregivers in long-term care homes, high-risk retirement homes and… Continue reading
POLITICS: Our ELECTIONS SPECIAL is being developed at this time -  [ This page is under construction at this time. Therefore, many parts are still being developed. This may make exploring more difficult but the campaign possibility is still in the works and the election has not yet been… Continue reading
RICHARD's desk: Deja vu all over again… -       So you think you live in unique times? You think we have come a long way...think again. Some photos from 1920s in Toronto. Think about it: we have computers, labs, researchers, pharma companies, modern technology,… Continue reading
From NAKINA...: Feb 22 – Snowfalls fuzzify brain matter - Rotzy is as amazed at American politicians as we are. But we have similar thinking politicians here too...be reminded of Councillors Ashe and McLean, and ex Ontario finance minister, Rod Phillips...so wackiness among politicians is not restricted to… Continue reading
RICHARD's desk: A Day in the Life of “An Older Adult with Complexity - In June 2019, Randy Filinski, a long-time Pickering resident and an older adult, was diagnosed with high-risk MDS via DNA regression/genome panelling. The prescribed treatment for this was a stem cell/bone marrow transplant (BMT). A donor was found… Continue reading

 



RICHARD's desk: How I work - A number of people interested in developing or improving their productivity have asked me to describe how I work. I have been refining my work process for a very long time, and keep modifying it in hopes of… Continue reading
EVENTS: Family Feud WED – MAR 10 -   WED, Mar. 10, 1 pm Registration: arose@pickering.ca Continue reading
RICHARD's desk: - Join us March 6 | arrive 12:45 - 1:15 pm  Masks & Social Distancing Required     Join our public protest on Saturday, March 6. We will gather in the Sobey's Parking lot at 1899 Brock Rd., Pickering.​When… Continue reading
WOMEN: ALICE MUNRO (1931 – ) - Alice Munro was born on 10 July 1931 in Wingham, Ontario.  Her father was a farmer and her mother was a teacher.  She grew up in Ontario and her development as a short-story writer is based, in her… Continue reading
WOMEN: Sheila Copps (1952 – ) - Sheila Copps was a well-known politician, a member of the federal Liberal Party, the first woman to be Deputy Prime Minister and a holder of many federal cabinet positions (Environment, Heritage). She worked tirelessly in the areas of… Continue reading
WOMEN: Angela Merkel (1954- ) - She was elected by the 80 million Germans has governed the country with competence, skill, dedication and sincerity. In those years, she recorded no transgressions, has assigned no government offices to any relatives, has not made millions from… Continue reading
WOMEN: Viola Desmond, 1914-1965 - Diminutive, Black and a hairdresser living in Halifax in the 1940s, Viola Desmond is a giant in the history of Canada. Viola was a woman whose actions spoke much more loudly than her words. Refusing to sit in… Continue reading
EVENTS: FRAUD & SCAM AWARENESS – Mar. 25 - Registration - email:  kbradley@pickering.ca Continue reading
From NAKINA...: Mar 1 – new career consideration? - Quarantines affect people in various ways. In Rotzy's case, he may have become a technology wizard. Soon he will hanging a new shingle outside his door, ya think? "Geek consultant, for hire"   Stormy Weather?    Hardly. Even Nakina… Continue reading
HEALTH & SAFETY: Win the cholesterol battle naturally - Cholesterol management and maintenance can be challenging. Medications such as statins like Lipitor will do the job chemically. However, you may be able to reduce your dependence on the pharmaceutical solution with a change in your diet, although… Continue reading
NEWSLETTERS: MAR 2021 - March: Women’s History MonthThe role of women in our society evolves continuously, every step seems to be an epic battle. The majority of Canadian women were enfranchised in 1918 after WW1 but were not legally recognized as persons… Continue reading
SCAMS, FRAUDS and HACKS: Another PHONE SCAM - Another scam…this one is a phone scam and it could be very costly for you if you get taken in. *WATCH OUT NEW AREA CODE* Costly NEW AREA CODE: [ READ THIS AND PASS ALONG ] 809 Area… Continue reading
HEALTH & SAFETY: You ain’t gonna like this – 30 foods high in sodium - Many of us enjoy salty foods much more than foods that are low in salt content. Salt brings out the flavour in almost any food but still, it is best to eat less food high in salt. Click… Continue reading
EVENTS: Brain Teasers to stimulate and exercise the brain - To register:  call 905 420 4660 or ________________email arose@pickering.ca   Continue reading
JUST MY OPINION...: The federal government Covid Alert App - Some thoughts to consider about the Covid Alert app which is available from the Government of Canada. . . . . I think I am a good citizen, and I try to help others where I can. I… Continue reading
HEALTH & SAFETY: Vaccine availability and distribution - Click the image below to access the site:   As part of the province’s vaccine distribution plan, the immediate priority groups to receive vaccine in Durham Region are:   Staff and essential caregivers in long-term care homes, high-risk retirement homes and… Continue reading
POLITICS: Our ELECTIONS SPECIAL is being developed at this time -  [ This page is under construction at this time. Therefore, many parts are still being developed. This may make exploring more difficult but the campaign possibility is still in the works and the election has not yet been… Continue reading
RICHARD's desk: Deja vu all over again… -       So you think you live in unique times? You think we have come a long way...think again. Some photos from 1920s in Toronto. Think about it: we have computers, labs, researchers, pharma companies, modern technology,… Continue reading
From NAKINA...: Feb 22 – Snowfalls fuzzify brain matter - Rotzy is as amazed at American politicians as we are. But we have similar thinking politicians here too...be reminded of Councillors Ashe and McLean, and ex Ontario finance minister, Rod Phillips...so wackiness among politicians is not restricted to… Continue reading
RICHARD's desk: A Day in the Life of “An Older Adult with Complexity - In June 2019, Randy Filinski, a long-time Pickering resident and an older adult, was diagnosed with high-risk MDS via DNA regression/genome panelling. The prescribed treatment for this was a stem cell/bone marrow transplant (BMT). A donor was found… Continue reading