Google’s Canada Day Doodles

Google loves Canada
Rahman Mohamed

Google often creates a new homepage logo.  They call them Doodles.  They use them to celebrate the world.  If you click on the Doodle it takes you on a search of what the Doodle represents.  On Canada Day it shows Canadians a Canada Day Doodle; if you click on the Canada Day Doodle it takes you to a search of “Canada”.  Check some out and have some fun; Canadians do laugh.  Note: all of these were released by Google on July 1, different years

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Canadian Protectors and PTSD

The RCMP, Canadian military soldiers, and PTSD today
Rahman Mohamed

Today, on November 11, we remember the veterans of the past.  But we can’t forget the veterans of today, the veterans who presently serve in the military and work tirelessly to keep us safe from danger – those who work for law enforcement.  In Canada the oldest of these is the RCMP.

Today many Canadian soldiers and law enforcement officers are treated aren’t looked at with the same respect as the past.  Why?  They suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
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