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The Secret of Successful People

What is the secret ingredient that allows some to be more successful than others? The secret is what pictures we hold in our head. We think in pictures. Think of the place you live, your car, an upcoming vacation. We even dream in pictures. The pictures in our heads always create the actions of our lives. We always act out the pictures in our head. These pictures are stronger when they are crystal clear and repeatedly impressed upon the mind.


Rencontrez l'inspirant conférencier Sébastien Sasseville à Ottawa

Nous sollicitons la présence des médias pour venir assister à une présentation par le conférencier et athlète Sébastien Sasseville dans le cadre du congrès jeunesse d'Optimist International. Une séance de questions-réponses donnera l'occasion au public de lui adresser la parole au sujet de son cheminement et des défis qu'il a su relever.


Meet the inspiring speaker Sebastien Sasseville in Ottawa

The media is invited to attend a presentation by speaker and athlete Sébastien Sasseville as part of the Junior convention of Optimist International. A questions and answer session will give the public an opportunity to talk to him about his journey and the challenges he has faced.


Meet the Junior Optimist International President in Ottawa

Under the leadership of Mathew Nacev, a native of the city of Burlington in Ontario, this convention is the annual gathering of the youth wing of Optimist International, a civic organization dedicated to "Bringing out the best in youth".


Optimist International celebrates its 100th convention in Ottawa

We are using the theme "Optimist Strong!" to mark the 100th annual convention of Optimist International, a civic movement dedicated to "Bringing out the best in youth" through the participation of its 70 thousand volunteer members across the world.


10 Year Old Boy Recognized By Mayor Campion On Last Day Of School For Good Community Leadership

It started quietly, with a private act of kindness from one of Welland’s youngest citizens and the impact was felt in the Mayor’s office and beyond, making a difference for some of the area’s most vulnerable residents.


Make May the Month for RDSP Awareness

Make May the Month for RDSP Awareness!

A Campaign That We Have Can Support

Do you have a relative or a friend diagnosed with a disability? If so, you are not alone. There are around 3.8 million people in Canada having limitations performing daily activities due to a permanent or partial health condition (mental and/or physical). In other words, I call them with different abilities. 1 in 7 Canadian has at least one disability. And sadly among them, one in the oven has low income and no support at all.

We, as Canadians, have the privilege to access and financial resources available if requested. In fact, we are the only one in the world who has created a tax-deferred savings tool to assist people with disabilities and their loved ones.

Complete the RDSP Awareness Survey for a Chance to Win!


Online Call Out Culture Leads To Elderly Abuse & Isolation

The modern day call-out culture lauds itself as the champion of marginalized communities and sometimes uses the cloak of ally as permission to verbally abuse anyone that challenges popular narrative. For socially isolated senior citizens that depend on online communication as their only mode of social interaction, not being able to keep up with the times of social narrative puts them at risk of verbal attacks and online bullying, which then discourages them from participating socially in the only way available to them.


Charities and nonprofits must lessen reliance on aging, affluent donors

Canadians give more than $14 billion annually, but current demographic trends suggest revenues will decline significantly over time if action not taken.


The changing face of the Canadian family

Canadian families are becoming more diverse and they’re pretty stable units overall, as shown in the sixth and latest edition of Close Relations.


NWAC HONOURING INDIGENOUS WOMEN ON INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) celebrates International Women’s Day by thanking and honouring all Indigenous women in Canada, on Turtle Island and throughout Mother Earth for the contributions they make to the world everyday.


WSO's One Billion Rising Event Completes 5th Amazing Year

For the fifth year in a row, Sikhs across Canada, in partnership with the World Sikh Organization of Canada joined to take part in the One Billion Rising movement by providing care packages, treats and baked goods to approximately 1500 women and children in shelters in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. Handmade Valentine’s cards prepared by Sikh children accompanied the packages.


Sharing Our Stories: A Celebration of Black Culture and History

In honour of Black History Month, St Andrew's Church, Islington, invites everyone to celebrate faith-full diversity at "Sharing Our Stories: Celebrating Black Culture and History."


Scottish Government supports Kilt Skates across Canada

For the second straight year, the Scottish Government will help sponsor a uniquely Canadian celebration of Scottish heritage: Sir John A’s Great Canadian Kilt Skate. Funds will be forwarded to Scottish organizations across the country to help them throw outdoor parties where skaters will take to the ice in kilts, tartans and other Scottish regalia.


International Migrants Day: Calling for access to permanent residence and family unity

This International Migrant’s Day, migrant workers in Canada are still waiting for the federal government to take action to protect their basic rights. With only temporary status in Canada, and legally tied to a specific employer, migrant workers are frequently subject to abuse and exploitation, and in several appalling cases, human trafficking.

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