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Why do they wait for so long before waking up?

Once again, I will be working this weekend… Unlike most people, I cannot plan anything because I never know what my weekends will be from one week to another… Yet I will be going to Montreal for Thanksgiving, therefore I will not be taking on any last minute training during those three days. I am […]

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The COFI would actually do a better job!

Before I start writing about my latest reflection, I want to let you know that I got a message from Seema last Friday and she got her B in oral interaction! Good for her… though she is not finished yet because, while she was under’going full time French training, her job position turned into a CBC!… […]

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I was Right… They were Wrong!…

I had quite a busy week… besides setting up new students for online training, teaching, doing the end of the month paperwork, I did spend quite some time with Mark who had arrived in Ottawa last Saturday and flew back to Fredericton early this morning. In five days, he managed to buy a townhouse and […]

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