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Early morning, April 25, 2007 by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS A prompt this week to write about something in a health-care context brought out this story which, despite having been told over and over in my head, had heretofore not made ... Read on »
Shaun Fryday, whose faith community emulates his personal hospitality, to be this year’s... by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Rev Shaun Fryday has been selected by Montreal’s United Theological College to receive the award, established by my late brother, at the UTC Convocation on May 8th, 2013. Fi ... Read on »
Shaun Fryday, whose faith community emulates his personal hospitality, to be this year’s... by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Rev Shaun Fryday has been selected by Montreal’s United Theological College to receive the award, established by my late brother, at the UTC Convocation on May 8th, 2013. Fi ... Read on »
“A Winter Night” by Robert Burns (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796) by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS When biting Boreas, fell and doure, Sharp shivers thro’ the leafless bow’r; When Phoebus gies a short-liv’d glow’r, Far south the lift, Dim-dark’ning thro’ the flaky show’r, ... Read on »
“A Winter Night” by Robert Burns (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796) by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS When biting Boreas, fell and doure, Sharp shivers thro’ the leafless bow’r; When Phoebus gies a short-liv’d glow’r, Far south the lift, Dim-dark’ning thro’ the flaky show’r, ... Read on »
Coming out as the end of a beginning by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS This morning on CTV’s Canada AM Kevin Newman, of Question Period fame, was promoting a very important segment on this weekend’s W5 program (Saturday at 7 p.m. ET) and, in th ... Read on »
Coming out as the end of a beginning by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS This morning on CTV’s Canada AM Kevin Newman, of Question Period fame, was promoting a very important segment on this weekend’s W5 program (Saturday at 7 p.m. ET) and, in th ... Read on »
A month since I last blogged…that feels about right! by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Pictures from in and around Perth, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada in late December Read on »
A month since I last blogged…that feels about right! by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Pictures from in and around Perth, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada in late December Read on »
December 6th by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS While we honour the memory of all victims of male violence against women everywhere, before and since, Canadians particularly recall today – on this our National Day of Reme ... Read on »
World AIDS Day 2012 – Writing about AIDS by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS I’m re-directing you here to my friend Aless’s web site. Aless has graciously taken over a World AIDS Day project I started – and has even named it for me! Read on »
AIDS is still here but so am I! by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Submitted to Aless.ca today I find the anticipation, whatever the outcome, of World AIDS Day quietly overwhelming. “Not much,” I replied to a friend asking what plans I had ... Read on »
MacPherson tartans by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS If I had my druthers, I think I’d go for the “hunting” version of my maternal tartan in a kilt. MacPherson tartan MacPherson – hunting MacPherson – dress Read on »
Ninety-five years since World War One ended for my great-uncle by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS An addition to this otherwise repeat tribute, the above photograph was taken in about 1900 when my paternal grandmother was an infant.  It’s now been over ninety-five years ... Read on »
My neighbourhood’s horror by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Not to cast a pall over my birthday today, which I’ve already kept low-key-to-dull, but I wanted to share this item from the Toronto Star which summarizes what has transpire ... Read on »
For Romeo Saganash, MP, a turning point by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS I am touched by the frankness and honesty with which New Democrat MP Romeo Saganash has chosen to address his “medical problem”, alcohol dependency, and I hope that he can w ... Read on »
For Silja – For Sale by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Yes, ’tis true, the lovely Nevis Estate property, a B & B on the edge of the heritage district of Perth (Lanark County), Ontario is for sale. The 1840s home sits on four bea ... Read on »
Tapestry, coping and shame by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Last Sunday afternoon, Thanksgiving weekend, I was out for a walk in Perth taking some of the photographs I collected over my five days there.  I was also slipping away from ... Read on »
YAK – creating trust among Perth youth and adults by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS He’s maybe thirteen, going on thirty-five, perhaps a survivor of abuse who is experimenting with rubbing alcohol and having trouble in school. She might be fifteen, maybe pr ... Read on »