There aren’t many days left in 2011 as I write this. To appreciate it, I’m going to post a Facebook status each day that starts with
- You know it was a good year when
and ends with a reason why it was a good year. Why?
As we live life, we’re supposed to become wiser from having experienced more. That’s the theory, at least. But how would one measure that?
There’s an interesting debate if I’ve ever heard one. However, I propose this challenge for you to try, no matter what your age.
Canada Post employees, which have been on strike for about 3 weeks in some parts of the country, are the fortunate beneficiaries of some tough back to work legislation passed by the Canadian government Saturday night (Jun 25).
In an age when Canada Post’s services are less needed by the day, their union leadership was still talking and walking the picket lines like they had essential services as bargaining power. A lot of people still only rely on their services because their services were still available, like procrastination or denial for learning new technology. Canada Post union leadership failed to recognize this, and were in total denial that those dinosaurs to the electronic age would not learn if their vital communication lines were severed.