World AIDS Day, designated on December 1 every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the Continue reading World AIDS Day: December 1
The King of the lunar calendar is here.
So I was in Ontario over the weekend and part of my itinerary was to make stops at Ottawa and Toronto. Ottawa is the capital city of Canada, while Toronto is the capital city of Ontario, also regarded as the most Continue reading How I Spent My Last Weekend In Ontario: Ottawa And Toronto
It is official ❤️. So much adrenaline. #BAAD2017 Continue reading The White Wedding Of Adesua Etomi and Banky W (Mr. & Mrs. Wellington)
About a month ago, I told one of my Canadian colleagues who sits right next to me at work about wanting to go Ottawa, Ontario to renew my Nigerian international passport, thereby looking for Continue reading Renewing A Nigerian Passport In Canada: The Troubles And Lack Of Tech Advancement
I observed Jumah (Muslim Friday) prayers in Ottawa, Ontario today. Continue reading Jumah (Muslim Friday) Prayers In Ottawa, Ontario
The Diverse Voices for Change and the Association of Black Social Workers had a seminar tagged ‘The Experiences of African Canadian Women In Leadership within the Public Sector’ on Monday November 20th, 2017. I was invited for Continue reading The Experiences of African Canadian Women In Leadership within the Public Sector
My son learns Karate at The Atlantic Karate Club. Last week Saturday, November 18th, 2017 was the Delaney Cup competition. My son participated in the Ninja Turtle category (for 6 year olds) and he came second, winning a silver medal. Continue reading Nabeel Gets Silver Medal At The Delaney Cup (Karate – Ninja Turtle Category)
My family and I experienced our first live hockey game last week Friday, November 17th, 2017. The game was between Halifax Mooseheads of Nova Scotia and Saint John Sea Dogs of New Brunswick. It took place at the Scotia Bank centre in Continue reading My 1st Experience Of Watching A Live Hockey Game: Halifax Mooseheads Vs. Saint John Sea Dogs
I attend a once-a-week parenting class, it is a 14-weeks course. We are in the 10th week. In the 5th week, the topic was Incentives and Rewards. The class was about how to reward our children when they do Continue reading Parenting: Not A One Rule Fits All – Incentives And Rewards
On Wednesday May 3rd, 2017, I had my second road test in Canada (I failed the first). Before you can drive in Canada, it is mandatory to pass 2 tests (1. written test and 2. practical road test), both of which cost money. So if you Continue reading The Traditional Wedding Of Adesua Etomi & Banky W #BAAD2017
My woman crush forever.
My day one girl.
The girl I fiercely love with every Continue reading Spoken Words To Self – My Woman Crush Forever
If there was anything I struggled with back in secondary (high) school, it was drawing. Not like I have gotten better. I am not sure I can effortlessly draw a straight line. So when I Continue reading My Husband Draws A Portrait Of Himself For The First Time
The wonderful Macnab family hosted us for dinner last weekend and it was such a huge honour. We had a great time. It was shortly after Thanksgiving, so I can tag it Thanksgiving dinner extension Continue reading The Wonderful Macnab Family Hosted Us For Dinner
I am a member of a Focus Group called the Diverse Voices for Change. Diverse Voices for Change is headed by the office of Diversity and Inclusion at the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM). From time to time we engage in Continue reading “Leaders in Action: A Celebration” An Event To Celebrate The 40th Anniversary Of Nova Scotia Advisory Council On The Status Of Women
Just by the entrance to the place where my son takes karate classes is this corner that has the below inscriptions and container filled with notes of various Continue reading Monday Morning Motivation: Words Matter, There Is Power In Positive Words
The attached pictures refer.
Dear Nigerians (especially we the youths),
Association of Nigerians in Nova Scotia organized the Nigeria Week in celebration of Nigeria’s Independence. Nigeria’s Independence is celebrated annually on Continue reading The Climax Of Nigeria Week In Celebration Of Nigeria’s Independence In Nova Scotia, Canada
In August, one of my Nigerian neighbours sent me some fishes. I called to thank him and he told me, him and some of the Nigerian men in my building discovered a place for fishing and Continue reading When My Family And I Went Fishing: Our Nova Scotian Chronicles
“Since 2012, October 11 has been marked as the International Day of the Girl Child. The day aims to highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face, while promoting girls’ Continue reading International Day of the Girl Child: October 11th