“Coping” by Derek Nadeau

I wrote this piece while on a work trip in Calgary. I went out for dinner and texted an old friend. The conversation went: “How’s it going, bud? Long time. Wanna grab a drink soon?” “Alright, bud… just working through some family issues.” “My father took his life 4 weeks ago” “And today is his… Continue reading “Coping” by Derek Nadeau

Redefining Badass

by Michael Cameron When you think ‘Badass’ what do you think of? If you are like most, you conjure up images of Chuck Norris, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Pink, George St. Pierre or Rhonda Rousey.  There is a real attraction to ‘Badass’.  Let’s face it, we all want to be a little ‘Badass’. For me, I have… Continue reading Redefining Badass

Barrier of being an Ally

“Paradoxically, those most likely to be shamed by this kind of Feminism were not the boorish, violent and openly prejudiced members of society; but rather many more mild-tempered characters who were very keen not to offend, and yet could see that some of their impulses might, if admitted to freely, cause sudden unwitting offense to… Continue reading Barrier of being an Ally