Age well and prosper

To me, aging well is all about doing all that I can, within reason, to be the best version of ’me‘ possible. Physically and mentally. I have been doing that since my teenaged years and I expect that I will be doing it for the rest of my life. I measure ‘aging well’ by comparing myself against others… Read More »

Using diagrams as an aid for research papers

Writing research papers is a part of university life. I have at least one paper due every semester. Typically, I would develop my thesis statement first, then search online at the university library or Google Scholar and finally develop support for my arguments. There will usually be various drafts and rewrites. However, this semester I was introduced to… Read More »

Setting up Home Hub 3000 and my own wifi router

I switched to Bell Fibe services (Internet and TV) after many years with Rogers. In my experience, the Rogers Ignite service worked well but the TV service with the NextBox 3.0 was just awful. The many problems with this service are well documented and I won’t get into it here. Being a techie at heart, I wanted to… Read More »

Integration or Segregation: An analysis of the effectiveness of Canada’s official policy of multiculturalism

In principle, federal support for distinct ethnic groups to retain their cultural identities while benefitting from full societal participation is generally supported. The official policy of multiculturalism promotes the full and equitable participation of individuals and communities of all origins, assists in the elimination of any barrier to that participation and ensures that all individuals receive equal treatment… Read More »