Tag Archives: canada

Time is of the Essence

A while ago, I wrote about healthcare and maternity leave in the U.S.A. I had suspected that having next to no maternity leave would negatively affect the overall consensus on breastfeeding. From my experience so far, I was right. The … Continue reading

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A Canadian’s Take on Healthcare and Maternity Leave in the U.S.

As a transplant from Canada, I’ve been meaning to write about healthcare in the U.S. for the last two-and-a-half years I’ve lived in San Francisco. Now that I’m pregnant, I have further inclination. I still laud and respect Canada’s system … Continue reading

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That Loving Feeling

The fantastic hockey game today got me thinking about patriotism and what an odd, yet good thing it is. Take me for example. I don’t watch TV. Paul and I have one that we hook up to our laptop in … Continue reading

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Nationality Snippet

visitor. citizen. resident. a quick business trip to vancouver a couple of weeks ago had me mulling over the subtleties of those labels. although i’m a citizen of canada, i’m no longer a resident. and suddenly i was a visitor. … Continue reading

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