Profile of Martha Muzychka

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  • Power dressing for women

    The reason for my disbelief was an article that examined critiques of the wardrobe belonging to the prospective nominee to head the U.S. Federal ...

  • Politicians behaving badly

    Don’t get me wrong; I think manners are essential. Politeness is the oil that ensures our social interactions run smoothly: listen while others ...

  • Impaired driving: whose funeral will it be?

    Bishop Desmond Tutu’s observation that the media’s headlines are God’s to-do list notwithstanding, it is still unnerving to read about issues ...

  • Mental illness is not a costume

    Once schools settle into a routine, and the obligatory considerations for Thanksgiving have been put in place, it’s all about dress-up and the ...

  • The Fussel’s fuss and Canada’s sacred cows

    While there is, for sure, a tongue in that cheek, let’s not lose track of what for many of us is a very important consideration.Namely, I’ll be ...

  • Finding hope and beauty

    Since the late ’80s, when I began working with a nurse whose worldview expanded my own into new and challenging directions, breast cancer has ...

  • Putting a price tag on children

    Last week, the Fraser Institute, the conservative think-tank, released a new report declaring that the costs of raising a child in Canada had ...

  • Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink

    This past weekend, my social networks and news feeds were filled with stories about the Salmon Festival in central Newfoundland. They raved about ...

  • A life lesson

    If you can find a good piece of advice, take it. That applies to time-honoured wisdom from a parent, a blunt truth from your child or even one of ...

  • New Orleans dawning

    It wasn't until my last morning in New Orleans that I captured a picture that summed up the state of the Big Easy. I had gotten up early, and the ...