Boy’s Who Don’t Know What They Want & The Girl’s Trying To Deal With It by E.V. Hutcheon

Love you, not them.

  Toronto Ontario – Relationships are hard. They seem like such a great idea when it’s going well but it never stays great for long. There’s that initial honeymoon phase, where you find yourself being swept off your feet and succumbing to some of your wildest desires and most primitive states. We find someone – we… Continue reading Boy’s Who Don’t Know What They Want & The Girl’s Trying To Deal With It by E.V. Hutcheon

For Millennials Surviving Depression -The Daily Struggle By: E.V. Hutcheon

Learning to stand on my own two feet.

Toronto Ontario – Depression is a common factor for many Millennials. For instance did you know that people ages 15-24 years of age are at a higher risk of having anxiety and mood disorders?  Even worse is that 800,000 plus people commit suicide around the world yearly, which is also the number one leading cause of… Continue reading For Millennials Surviving Depression -The Daily Struggle By: E.V. Hutcheon

New Councillor Announced for Ward 33 after Shelley Carroll Disaster by Emily Hutcheon 052418

Jonathan Tsao

Toronto Ontario – At nine thirty a.m on Tuesday May 22nd 2018, Toronto City Council sat down to determine who would be taking command over ward 33 (Don Valley East) after the resignation of Shelley Carroll this past April. Carroll stepped down from office on April 5th, in order to run for the provincial Liberal Party… Continue reading New Councillor Announced for Ward 33 after Shelley Carroll Disaster by Emily Hutcheon 052418

Former SLC Students Vote Change and Talk Ontario Election Politics with Emily Hutcheon 052318

Ford and Wynne the race for Toronto

Toronto Ontario- Only a few more weeks until the election and people are buzzing about the Doug Ford, Andrea Horwath, and Kathleen Wynne battle. Who will win? Everyone is wondering. I asked a few of my former SLC comrades to share who they think or want to win.   Jay is a current resident of Brampton… Continue reading Former SLC Students Vote Change and Talk Ontario Election Politics with Emily Hutcheon 052318

PC’s Show Inclusion in Brampton – 5 Sikh Candidates for Fordnation by Emily Hutcheon 051118

  Brampton Ontario – With the 2018 provincial election heating up this summer folks are buzzing over what is next to come for Ontario. This (2018) election Brampton is on the rise.  All five elected candidates running within the Brampton area districts this election being Sikh reflecting large portions of the community. Did you know that… Continue reading PC’s Show Inclusion in Brampton – 5 Sikh Candidates for Fordnation by Emily Hutcheon 051118

Denis Carr Talks About the 2018 Cornwall Budget by Emily Hutcheon 0428

Cornwall, Ontario – Denis Carr is the city’s longest running council member in the city of Cornwall. Carr has  been passionate about Cornwall, Ontario, and while he may in the upcoming years consider slowing down with his political career, he will always work to improve the city. He believes that there are not only more opportunities… Continue reading Denis Carr Talks About the 2018 Cornwall Budget by Emily Hutcheon 0428

The Unknown Future for Cornwall Ontario’s Waterfront by Emily Hutcheon 042418

Cornwall Ontario – It’s been an exciting week so far! I finally returned to Cornwall after being away for over a year, just in time for an important city council meet.   Last night City council kicked off the meeting with a presentation on Waterfront Lands given by Rachel Perkins. At the beginning of the… Continue reading The Unknown Future for Cornwall Ontario’s Waterfront by Emily Hutcheon 042418

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