Archive for the 'General' Category

Approaches to Medical Students During a Pandemic

Wednesday, April 15th, 2020

The credentials universities and related regulatory bodies confer have a value in the achievement, rigour and knowledge they symbolize or imply. But perhaps these concepts are for a time when the public need is equal to supply, a pandemic introduces an imbalance. Universities around the world have suspended large gatherings to reduce transmission, many medical […]

I’m a PMP

Monday, September 23rd, 2019

I’m a Project Management Professional! Today in an exam centre in Mississauga Ontario I completed and passed my 4-hour exam to become a PMP. It’s been a long road, but mostly because I took my time. I first want to give my thanks to the people and employers that supported me through the process: Thanks […]

Pictures from the family trip to Florida

Tuesday, October 16th, 2018

We had a great 5 full days at Disney World Florida and then a full day (two nights) at Cape Canaveral/Kennedy Space Center.

First Blog Post of 2018

Monday, January 8th, 2018

The new year effectively starts in September for anyone working in Education (in Europe and NA), for me that’s never been more true then this year as I transition from Brock University to University of Toronto. I started working on the University of Toronto’s project to transition from a Blackboard 9.1 based system, The Portal, […]

Catching up to Dick Tracy

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

Tonight as we got ready for bed my 5 year old had a question for me about the Northwest Passage. He’s a Stan Rogers fan and a rail fan and wanted to know the difference between the Ontario Northlander rail service and the Northwest Passage. I tried to explain about the Franklin Expedition, but I […]