Marjorie Harness Goodwin (2006) argues that more longitudinal studies are needed regarding gender differences in bullying

On the day the First World War was declared, Robert Home Smith opened the Old Mill Tea Room

A July 27, 2014 Etobicoke Guardian article notes that on Aug. 4, 1914 Britain declared war on Germany, automatically bringing Canada into the First World War. That was now over 100 years ago. On the same day, Robert Home Smith opened the Old Mill Tea Room in Toronto. The Tea Room is located at Old Mill […]

David Godley comments regarding “Time for courage in transit crossroads” – Oct. 10, 2014 Toronto Star

With regard to an Oct. 10, 2014 Toronto Star article by Bryan Tuckey, David Godley has submitted the following letter to the editor to the Toronto Star: Places to Grow The Building Industry group led by Bryan Tuckey is essential to creating a great city such as Toronto. The article paints a picture of how well […]

Oct. 11, 2014 Toronto Star “More voices on Oct. 27 election” includes perceptive letter from David Godley of Long Branch

The article can be accessed here. In his letter (see link above), David Godley writes: I note that author Jordan Whelan is a marketing person who can be selective of facts. John Tory’s priority is the Scarborough Subway which is not supported by experts involved directly in transportation planning. It also needs each household to […]

Erving Goffman’s ‘total institutions’ warrant inclusion in a comprehensive theory of management

The oldest approach to management involves telling people what to do, if necessary by using violence or the threat of violence

Management: A Very Short Introduction (2013) is a delightful book, which provides a brief and cogent overview of management theory and practice. The book’s author, John Hendry, is founding director of the University of Cambridge MBA and has been teaching management for over 25 years. Reason has its limits The first chapter defines management and […]

“Recalling the power of Mother Nature, 60 years after Hurricane Hazel” – Oct. 9, 2014 Etobicoke Guardian

An Oct. 9, 2014 Etobicoke Guardian article by Cynthia Reason is entitled: “Recalling the power of Mother Nature, 60 years after Hurricane Hazel: Storm took 81 lives, but transformed flood management practices to help protect future generations.” An Environment Canada overview of Hurricane Hazel can be accessed here.  

The MCHS 60s Reunion organizing committee met in Kitchener on Sept. 24, 2014

As we noted in a previous post, on Sept. 22, 2014 two members of the organizing committee visited Old Mill Toronto, where the Oct. 17, 2015 MCHS 60s Reunion will take place. On Sept. 24, 2014 Lynn Legge, Scott Munro, and Jaan Pill met in Kitchener, Ontario. That meeting is the topic of the current post. […]

View of the Lakeshore from Kipling to Etobicoke Creek

John Easton has forwarded a great link, for which we owe many thanks, which provides a view of the Lakeshore from Kipling to Etobicoke Creek: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.582897825112504.1073741839.559985550737065&type=1  

The MCHS 60s Reunion will take place on Oct. 17, 2015 at Old Mill Toronto

In September 2014, after taking a break during the summer, the Malcolm Campbell High School 60s Reunion organizing committee met in Toronto and in Kitchener. Sept. 22, 2014 On Sept. 22, 2014 Scott Munro and Jaan Pill visited Old Mill Toronto, the venue for the MCHS 60s Reunion, which will take place a year from […]