Profile of Martha Muzychka

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  • Let’s call it what it is

    In reading the women’s accounts in this instance and perusing others from the past, I see a frequent theme of minimizing, rationalizing and ...

  • Growing up on film

    I recall how, when “Forrest Gump” was being made, the boy who was cast to play young Forrest was obviously chosen in part because he resembled ...

  • Canada isn’t the upstanding nation it used to be

    Don’t get me wrong; there are many things I am grateful for about being Canadian and enjoying the quality of life that I do, especially after ...

  • Why we’re not a walking city anymore

    It wasn’t just stories for me and my friends, though; we all walked a fair distance, perhaps not miles, but in my case, across two streets, over ...

  • Clotheslines of a different sort

    It seems the first warm days of late spring in Canada cause shorts and tanks to break out in school hallways like dandelions on your lawns.To be ...

  • Treating trees like weeds

    It was a shock to read the news last week. It was a horrible feeling to drive by and see them gone, with a stump and some sawdust as the last ...

  • Winter swears, spring promises

    Last week marked the first day of spring, and while we have had sunshine in abundance — reportedly more this year than last — it’s been a long ...

  • Winning and losing

    Every day, traditional and social media networks noted Canada’s Olympic progress, as represented in the daily medal count. As a country, we ...

  • A new way of doing business

    I could write a lot more words on these topics, as there is still quite a bit left to say, but some very fine words have already been shared. No, ...

  • My resolution: focus on what’s right, not what’s wrong

    Whatever the reason, we celebrate anniversaries, we remember those we have lost and we recognize the changes that simply living life brings. ...