Reflections on Canadian Police Memorial Service “A broken heart heals when we allow the healing to go as deep as the wound went.” – Beth Moore A lot can change in 18 years. On Sunday September 29th, I was in Ottawa for the annual Canadian Police & Peace Officers’ Memorial Service. I decided to attend … Read more Police Memorial Service
Can a Sad Story Save a Life? “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” – Martin Luther King Can a sad story save a life? I don’t know. But this much I do know: doing nothing in the wake of a preventable tragedy won’t bring about a … Read more Can a Sad Story Save a Life?
Lousy Legacy – Too Many Canadians Die on Job “On any given workday in Canada, three people will die from a job-related fatality, life-altering injury or occupational disease.” – Threads of Life; The Association for Workplace Tragedy Family Support As far as I’m concerned, one workplace fatality is one too many. That nearly 20,000 Canadians … Read more Lousy Legacy – Too Many Canadians Die on Job