Canada Day 2015: We’re sorry, but we have photoshopped our country

Canada Day 2015: we celebrate the National Department of Photoshopping. Canada is known for many things: Hockey, cold weather, a Beer Pipeline and  also for Photoshopping our natural beauty and our interstellar assets. First off, we wanted to let you know that we are not sorry for Photoshopping ourselves. We admit that it is unusual for Canada … More Canada Day 2015: We’re sorry, but we have photoshopped our country

The Accidental Leader: Enjoy your accidents because they can change your life

I once took the wrong job and it changed my life. Actually it was the right job but in the wrong city, but that is almost the same thing. Ten years ago I was looking to move my family from Vancouver, British Columbia (BC) to Calgary, Alberta so that we could be closer to grandparents, … More The Accidental Leader: Enjoy your accidents because they can change your life

The 10 Ways that Living With The Circus Is Better Than Going to Traditional School

I am thinking about sending my children to live with the Circus. My children are at the age when they need to change schools and move up to the next level in their Education. In Canada, we name it Junior High and High School. Whoever named the levels of schooling needs to go back to … More The 10 Ways that Living With The Circus Is Better Than Going to Traditional School

Keystone XL Pipeline: Should Canada export Beer instead?

  The Keystone Pipeline is missing something. Canada is attempting to export our Crude Oil, but I think this lacks creativity. Honestly, oil is boring and old school. Canada, let’s wake up and be creative. We have beer, so why not export it? Bruges, Belgium: Beautiful city known for it’s bikes, a nice wet river … More Keystone XL Pipeline: Should Canada export Beer instead?