Month: June 2020

Mayors across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) are urging the province to make masks or face coverings mandatory in public spaces as businesses reopen amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. On Tuesday, Toronto Mayor John Tory announced that he supports a proposed bylaw that would make face coverings mandatory in indoor businesses and enclosed
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On this week’s podcast, my cohost Ardyn and I cover the biggest lessons we’ve learned from our experiments for the podcast, as well as our favorite nuggets of wisdom from the guests we’ve had on the show so far. Just in case you’re curious to dig into them, here are the 10 favorite interviews we’ve
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Healing means owning the pain without pushing it away.  Healing means embrace it, accept it, keep going.  Allow the harm to move through but never forget: Healing looks like acceptance and feels like gratitude. And your struggles don’t define you (unless you so choose.) Healing means “I can’t change the past, so I’m choosing to
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If You’re Searching For That One Person Who Will Change Your Life Forever… Look In the Mirror (Motivational Speech)    Download or Stream the speech now, on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Music, Deezer, Amazon MP3LOOK IN THE MIRROR (Motivational Speech) – Copyright: Fearless MotivationSpeakers: Chris Ross,Cast: Carol Fortes, Caio Tenzer | Film By Alfred Naupoto
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If your organization’s “return to the workplace” considerations and preparations are limited to just those employees who were asked to work from home at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, you are missing an opportunity to lead meaningful cultural change. The latest research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) found that among most larger
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As Canadians head into summer and COVID-19 lockdown measures slowly lift, more people are itching to return to outdoor sports. While recreational sports leagues across the country halted their seasons when the pandemic hit, recreational games of tennis, volleyball, soccer and basketball are becoming increasingly common in communal facilities and parks. Even professional sports, like
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Much of Canada is reopening after months in lockdown due to the novel coronavirus, and that includes an easing of some domestic travel restrictions. The federal government still emphasizes that all non-essential travel outside of Canada must be avoided, but some provinces and territories are beginning to welcome back their Canadian neighbours ⁠— and some
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