Hey George. what do you think of this article I read in the paper today.
Certain groups of foreign-trained workers will know within a year of applying for certification whether their training will allow them to work in Canada, the federal government said Monday.
Beginning in December 2010, foreign-trained architects, engineers, financial auditors and accountants, pharmacists and registered nurses will be among the groups that fall under the new framework, Minister of Human Resources Diane Finley said in Toronto.
Well let me tell ya. First off it never ceases to amaze me when our powers that be get to thinking that these things can help our economy and is good for our country. First off there is millions of folks that live right here now out of work. There are lots of our own for that matter that have a lot of these qualities and can’t find work. How about putting some of our own through training to do the job, as I bet most would only need a bit of upgrading to qualify. Second thing is, if you look at all our pharmaceutical companies now, you will find way back somewhere that they are all owned and supplied by off shore countries. Also just take a look at who is handing out the prescriptions now a days. Also take a look at our most of our doctors. Doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what is going on here. What ever happened to; Made In Canada, or for that matter, Born and Educated In Canada? One has to remember as of years ago, you have to look after yourselves before you are any good to anyone else, selfish some say. Yes it is, but that is the correct way of doing things So there you go. Again My Opinion Only
Got a note from this lady which has a family event and different other things happening so thought you might like to take a look. Just click on the link in the message below and it will direct you to her web site for more info.
A quick note to let you know that construction of Nature’s Corner, a natural history centre located in Restoule, is just about done!
Wild About Nature Day Camp-4-Kids will resume in December whereas the adult seminars, family events and special days for children 7 years and under will be added to the programming in the new year. Please check the website www.naturecamp4kids.ca for updates.
I’d sure appreciate you spreading the good word around.
}Good morning.” Cool morning here so far, with frost on the pumpkins showing all its beauty. Guess some say there isn’t anything beautiful about it, but I say. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, just like the old days when my Grandfather was alive. Nothing nicer to look outside on these cold mornings and watch the smoke slowly curling up over the trees and bowing down to the earth below. And to see the frost glistening off the grass and trees is something all in itself. My wife and I just love it. The old wood furnace is perkin’ away as well as the coffee, which aroma is now letting me know that it’s time to go and get a cup. Enjoy your day.
Well got a letter from the Powassan Library yesterday, letting me know how much they appreciated my coming down awhile back. It was a real fine night for sure and had a good turn out too. The folks that run the library did a real find job and should be commended. The food was great and nicely laid out. They made me feel welcome and was a relaxing evening. I got to say though, their punch was fantastic. My wife even got their recipe before we left. I should be the one thanking them. So………I will. Thanks folks!
I have been meaning to mention here that if you have any events, pictures, or good informative news to share with folks, send them along to me in an E-mail with your name and things, or reply here at the Blog and I will do my best to get them put on the Blog. [email protected] is the place to send things. Have a great day.