Ep 10 – David Marley

EPISODE 10 – David Marley

David Marley, former trial lawyer, long-time political activist and co-founder of Medicare for Autism Now and Civil Rights Now discusses why it is crucial for Canadians to become politically engaged in this issue or any other that is of significant concern to them or their family.

Episode 12 – Jean Lewis (Part 2)
Episode 11 – Reginald Stackhouse
Episode 9 – Lia Marinoiu
Episode 8 – Shelley Davis
Episode 7 – Stefan Marinoiu
Episode 6 – Laura Guerra
Episode 5 – Dr. Glen Davies
Episode 4 – Barry Hudson
Episode 3 – Dr. Melvin DeLevie
Episode 2 – Harold Doherty
Episode 1 – Jean Lewis (Part 1)

  1. kelly lavoie says:

    Family supports for children with disabilities has funded all therapists and programming for my son…..hasn’t cost me a penny so far

  2. Rungtiwa says:

    This simply eiaxplns why people can be attracted to foreign songs when they don’t even know what the lyrics mean. Precisely why I can be deeply touched by the beautiful melody written by say, 久石讓 but not some songs with insightful lyrics yet so-so melody or arrangements. Seldom do I hear a canton-pop song with a complexity and delicacy in the arrangement that moves me by just its music. It is really a pity and I’m glad this piece points to this issue.I personally believe that the singer’s voice is one intergral part of the song itself (which is important to the song); lyrics of course plays a supplementary role but this should be be exaggerated. When lyrics become such an important role why don’t we just read poems?VA:F [1.9.22_1171](from 8 votes)

  3. Samu says:

    Cameron,I am so super excited that you have sttared this blog! I will really enjoying reading your mommy experience. As for this post, I think fears are totally normal and I had them at the begining and then they really went away until the end. Welcome to mommyhood- a lifelong worry journey! As far as other people’s comments/suggestions, take them or leave them you and lewis are the mommy and daddy! And you get to make the ultimate decision for your child.As for cloth diapering- we plan to do this next time. I didn’t start reading a lot about it until these last 6 months so it was late in the game to invest in something new. I know several friends who have done it and loved to save money, have your baby’s bum comfy, and protect our beautiful Earth. Read http://www.mycharmingkids.net (I think- it is linked on my blog) for a very green- mommy! You will enjoy 🙂