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    GOOD NEWS – WOMEN LEADERS BUT WE NEED MORE

    THERE IS MORE GOOD NEWS IN THE WORLD THAN BADToday was a special day at the Northern School of Peace Conflict and Justice.* The topic in one of the second year classes was WOMEN LEADERS to mark International Women’s Day…

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    The Good News of Increasing Good News Stories

    THERE IS MORE GOOD NEWS  IN THE WORLD THAN BAD Recently Maggie was having a conversation with her friend Letitia about good news.  Letitia said, “I have noticed there has been an increase in good news stories lately. I don’t…

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    It’s Great To Be Alive – Great to be Canadian

    There is More Good News in the World than Bad Alfredo loved Canada! However, all of the recent criticism, derogatory and negative comments, and misinformation about Canada upset him. These came mainly from opposition politicians, but also from the media…

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    You May be Richer Than YOU Think

    There is More Good News in the World Than Bad 3:23. Those were the numbers on Hogarth’s alarm clock. He closed his eyes and tried to go back to sleep. He opened them again. It was 4:06. His body was…

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    International Day of Older Persons

    There is More Good News in the World Than Bad October 1st is the International Day of Older Persons. I do not know what age you have to be, to be considered an older person. Many people say age is…

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    Climate Optimist – Part 2

    There’s More Good News in the World Than Bad In my last blog I shared with you the story of Miranda and Harland who were feeling overwhelmed by all of the negative news regarding climate change. After some research they…

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    Climate Optimist: Part 1

    There is More Good News in the World Than Bad As was her custom, Miranda turned on the 9 o’clock CBC National News. For over two months the lead story had been about the fires raging in many parts of…

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    Some Very Good News About Poverty

    THERE IS MORE GOOD NEWS  IN THE WORLD THAN BAD  It was minus 24 degrees on  December 29th, 2004, when Bassie Kargbo arrived in Thunder Bay. Bassie was a refugee from the civil war in Sierra Leone*  Since that time,…