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Week Ending January 26, 2012 .  .  .  TORONTO — Girlfriend Talk: Men Spurned by The Women They Love [Definition: Spurned – to reject someone or their advances scornfully] — Many men and women have rejected the advances of someone that loves them. Sometimes the rejection is accepted and each person moves on to others. While there are those whose rejection is taken with a dose of revenge – “I will get you for this scorn”. The rejected suitor then look for every opportunity to wreck havoc on the other person’s life. [Caution: List of things that may be carried out by this person will not be named.] Often times the woman does not realize that it is one of her spurned suitor(s) causing all these difficulties in her life. She is frustrated, but not sure who to vent her frustration on. She is continually trying to stay on the “wheel”, like a Gerbil. Every time she stops moving, she starts loosing her grip on the wheel, and she has to keep moving to stay on top. In short, her life has become a train wreck and she is powerless. Some women begin talking about bad luck, obeah, karma, etc. They are “pulling their hair out” trying to figure out why their lives are a mess. The rejected suitor(s) is enjoying her discomfort. If he stuck around, he may even volunteer to give her a helping hand – friends but not lovers. All the while he is in control of the situation and quietly laughing at her. These selfish, cruel men, if analyzed by a psychiatrist would determine that they have “mental issues”. Maybe the woman is not sure about the “hairline tear” in the mental makeup of this individual. She knows something is not right, that is why she called it off. On the other hand, maybe she never started the relationship. She was never interested. Now, let’s suppose that this man was callous, pompous, rich, powerful and arrogant who thinks he can get anything he wants, except the woman he thinks he loves, that does not love him. She has a problem! Money does not make a man – a woman with this man would be just a trophy lover. Someone he keeps as a lover with his wife. Some of these men treat women like “indentured slaves”. Demanding of their precious time. No real status, because he is not leaving his wife for her. He loves money too much, and the divorce settlement would cost him half his assets. However, if he is all the above description and single - he maybe a “player”. So women, before you get involved with any man, check him out. Unless, of course, he is playing second fiddle and you are in it for the money – a sugar daddy. Then you would receive expensive clothes, unlimited vacations, drive expensive cars, unlimited cash with no bank accounts of your own? That is a game changer. [P.S. Sugar mama?!!]. . . . . Until next week, Peace!
 
Week Ending January 4, 2012 .  .  . TORONTO — Between Friends: Health Insurance: What Level of Care Should You Receive as a Canadian Citizen? — As Canadians we are all covered under the Ontario Health Insurance Act. That is every one who holds a health insurance number/card is entitled to this insurance. Those who don’t hold this card, pay in cash for medical coverage. However, in some hospitals, it seems that there are those case worker, social worker, etc who have access to individual's personal accounts and files. These persons are using this “confidential” information to determine what kind of treatments patients receive, while they are in their care. For instance, welfare recipients with money in their accounts — your care may be extended so as to bill your account for extended care. On the other hand, no money in the account, they kick you out without contacting your family or friends, sometimes. In short, they are putting sick individuals on the streets who are incapable of defending themselves against the “elements” of the streets. While in some hospitals, patients are transferred to hospitals in other regions, e.g. Mississauga from Toronto. Upon release without a family present, the patient who is unfamiliar with the area and bus routes are unable to find their way home. They end up wandering the streets, lost, sometimes without money to make that one telephone call. Why do these hospitals and individuals have access to this “private and confidential” information? It is not their business to know how much the patient is worth. Their duty is to provide “care” under the Laws of Canada. This situation is critical, because if an individual is caught in a major accident (gun violence, for instance), the person has no ID in their wallets/purse and the ambulance and police do not know you. You may be left untreated until they know who you are. However, in this emergency situation, time could be of essence and you are left to “bleed out” until they can identify you. Sorry, R.I.P. — Walk with your ID, it could save your life. . . . . Until next week, Peace!
 
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An Evening w/ The Celebrity Housewives Feb 13, 2020 @ Mississauga, Living Arts Centre, Hammerson Hall [Tickets]
 
Art Of Time Ensemble: Take This Waltz Feb 20 - 22, 2020 @ Harbourfront Centre Theatre [Tickets]
 
 
Eric Johnson Classics: Present and Past Feb 25, 2020 @ Opera House [Tickets]
 
Unforgettable: The Nat King Cole Story Feb 28, 2020 @ Mississauga, Living Arts Centre, Hammerson Hall [Tickets]
 
The Lumineers: World Tour w/ Mt. Joy – Mar 3 - 4, 2020 @ Scotiabank Arena [Tickets]
 
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Week Ending January 4, 2012 .  .  .  TORONTO — Between Friends: When Is It The Right Time To Get Married? – There are some people who want to get married as soon as they finish College. While others want to get married even earlier and still others want to get married once they start earning a good income. There are some people who get married not once, but numerous times and are still single. And others who do not want to get married, ever. For those who get it right the first time, marriage is a beautiful union. They share the good times and the bad times. They build memories, family and long-term friends together. However, let’s take a look at the very last option – never wanting to get married. . . . A couple met at 18-years old. For the next 32 years, they lived together as man and wife. During the early years, she established a career and he struggled to establish himself as a writer. They are very private people and they never wanted to be married. Or, did not want anyone to know that they were not married; or they kept putting it off. They have no children. Over the years, as his writing skills enhanced, they traveled and met many important people. His published books were now in great demand. He wrote many books, some were made into movies. He became a mega-million-dollar literary writer. Then he dies suddenly, without a “will”. She is shocked and confused, since she has lost her partner, best friend and husband. At first, his family and literary agency were in agreement to have her share in his inheritance. Then she is told that under the laws, all inheritance reverts to the deceased’s family in a common-law case. She is left with nothing, nada. Now she wants to scream! Her thought reverts to the man she loved. The times they shared. The numerous conversations over breakfast. The long walks and talks. The trips and friends they shared. She is asking herself, “Why didn’t I marry him?” Then his family, the publisher and literary agency stop calling. With the common-law husband’s death, millions upon millions are being made on his book with contracts for screenplays, but nothing for her. She has been cutoff from any possibility of gaining some of his estate/inheritance. Her common-law husband would have wanted her to share in his inheritance, but with his sudden death, it was not written down.  Left out in the cold by the man who loved you and both of you were too busy to get married. . . . So the question is, when is it the right time to get married?  A couple spends years together. They build a life together, including family and friends. They have a house, cars, bank accounts, and other assets linked together one way or another. Neither of them had any plans to die at any time soon, but what if the unexpected happens? Some family members want to know who is in the “will”, and how the estate is being divided up. While others are greedy and want to challenge the estate before the individual dies. After a person dies, a will or a court order may create a trust, and the trustee, executor or administrator may file the final income tax. The trustee charges an administration fee to handle the estate. . . . By the way, if the Canada Revenue Agency is owed taxes and the trustee, executor or administrator does not file the final income tax return, and creditors are suing for the money, etc., it could take years to get it out of Probate Court. The longer they drag out the estate in court, fees are being charged by the Trustee for administration. Let those who want to challenge a living person for their estate begin the battle. They may die waiting to have it move s-l-o-w-l-y through the courts. . . . . In Canada,  there are no family unit. The family is being scattered across the country like seeds looking for somewhere to plant root. Children's Aid Society and social/case workers walk in and seize your offspring, breaking up the family, even ones from good home, by manufacturing lies. . . .   Until next week, Peace! [P.S. This article was drafted August 20, 2011. On August 22, 2011, Jack Layton, Leader of the NDP and Official Leader of the Opposition succumbed to cancer. He was 61 years old. Our condolences goes out to the wife, Olivia Chow, and the rest of his family and friends.]
 
Week Ending January 4, 2012 .  .  . TORONTO — Between Friends:  — Families and the Children’s Aid Society (CAS) —  Recently, we came across a little clause in a legal document that transfers all assets to the child(ren) in the custody of CAS. This clause legally transferred all the family’s assets to a child(ren) seized by the Children’s Aid Society.  The child(ren) were seized by the Children’s Aid Society and placed into protective custody. Henceforth, every handling of the child(ren) is carried out under a “cloak and dagger” type of environment. No one knows where the child(ren) is, not even the family. Sometimes, court proceedings are being conducted without the family or parent being represented. In most cases, the Children’s Aid Society win by default, because there is no legal representative from the parents side to challenge them. In another case, a mother died leaving two children. One of the local newspapers contributed to the trust fund. When the children reached legal age, they now require access their trust money. They went through a difficult experience in gaining access to their money, until the newspaper stepped in and found the money. Without this newspaper intervention, they would never have gotten the money they are entitled to. The clause presented on behalf of the Children’s Aid Society, "freezes" all the family assets for the child(ren). The parent or family, cannot sell, convert, etc anything from the “estate”. Everyone in the family will have to go “welfare” since they have no money. However, the funds in the “estate” are never passed to the child(ren). The majority of the children in CAS's care dies, and the estate are never transferred to the rightful owners or beneficiaries. Over the years, CAS  has amassed a volume of dollars and estates being held in a Foundation trust for children who are sometimes dead. Making CAS more powerful than the Government of Canada? Is it possible that they are amending the laws in favour of CAS' needs, because they have so much estate money? "They no build no schools or hospitals, just prison, prison". . . . Until next week, Peace!

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