Permit Economic Frustration A.S.A.P!

Permit Economic Frustration A.S.A.P!

We hear many complaints about there being no jobs out there..or I should say, I hear many complaints… Meanwhile StatCan reports falling unemployment rates. With more jobs becoming available, why is it that for some reason you are just not getting what you want? You’ve depleted a huge chunk of money studying whatever it is you studied … Continue reading »
My First…Love by Femi Odutola

My First…Love by Femi Odutola

My First Love: I’m coming back…too! One of the biggest news in sports, these past few weeks, has been LeBron’s return to Cleveland after 4 years in Miami. If you missed his announcement on Sports Illustrated,you probably won’t understand the tone of this post. ‘Bron (yeah, we are cool like that) announced his decision and … Continue reading »

The Dudunorth Community Scholarship

The Dudunorth Community Scholarship is an initiative developed by Dudunorth to encourage African’s to change  their community on their own dime. Post-Secondary fees for international students is outrageous.  Considering the need to learn the Canadian education system, the foreign exchange involved in tuition payments, unforeseen financial/medical circumstances that could hinder a students education during the … Continue reading »
Would You Pay To Lose Your Accent?

Would You Pay To Lose Your Accent?

Graham Flanagan with professional voice and dialect coach Patricia Fletcher Accents… they’re a real identifier. You hear one and you could almost tell the exact part of the world someone is from. Does the age old “Doct-Ah” versus “Doct-Or” argument (one of the many Ghana vs. Nigeria banters LOL!) ring a bell? I love my accent, so naturally, I … Continue reading »