From Co-op and Corporations to Music: Alumna Heather Hill

A blog about the Department of English Language & Literature at the University of Waterloo From Co-op and Corporations to Music: Alumna Heather Hill Posted on September 11, 2013 by jharris124 | 12 Comments Heather (Pirie) Hill’s website describes her as a “performing songwriter” with “roots in piano-pop rock.”  But she also has roots in UWaterloo’s English department, with  a Bachelor of Arts… More From Co-op and Corporations to Music: Alumna Heather Hill

The Positive Imperative – My Interview with Victor Sinclair

For the past few weeks I have had the opportunity to interview Victor Sinclair with the Positive Imperative movement. I originally found him on Facebook as I remembered him from his broadcasting days and because he posted the most uplifting quotes and articles. What is the Positive Imperative (PI)? PI is a concept he came up with… More The Positive Imperative – My Interview with Victor Sinclair

A Local Solution: Feeding our Kids Whole Foods

In September 2012, at our Parent Council meeting at Kimberley Junior Public school, we learned that we were going to lose our snack program and its funding. Running a snack program is an enormous, volunteer position. Tessa Abdul, the person (saint) that had run the program from Beaches Alternative School, the year before, was not… More A Local Solution: Feeding our Kids Whole Foods

We Are Our Limitations – Until We Aren’t

Our only limitations are those we set up in our own minds – Napoleon Hill Limit the final, utmost, or furthest boundary or point as to extent, amount, continuance, procedure, etc. In this blog, I thought I would depart from my usual discussions about music and share with you some of the realities/illusions I am facing in the pursuit of my art. I wanted to tell you what I… More We Are Our Limitations – Until We Aren’t