There is only a couple of days to go before the Canadian Federal Election taking place on October 19, 2015. And Jade Sambrook’s mind is made up. I will be voting for the Liberal Party candidate in my riding with the hope that Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau will be our next Prime Minister.
Personally, I feel that Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party have the best plan to move our country forward. While Stephen Harper and Thomas Mulcair both promised that they would balance the budget should they be elected Prime Minister – sounding like a team with a concerted political play – Justin Trudeau offered something entirely different. Instead of making a fake promise – we all know that balanced budgets never happen, and if they do it is only through a sad mix of austerity and financial fracas – he defied convention and proposed modest deficits of 10 billion dollars per year, over three years, in order to fund infrastructure for a total of 30 billion dollars. Continue reading
The Jade Zone Vlog – Episode 2
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In episode 2 of my vlog I talk about receiving my brand new hand made, custom measured kilt from Scotland. I also compare it to the ”off the rack” kilt that I had purchased from Stillwater Kilts and that have been wearing for several years now.
For Jade Sambrook there is no comparison in quality to a 100% wool kilt made in Scotland.
The Jade Zone Vlog – Episode 1
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The Jade Zone Vlog – ‘Pilot Episode’
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Is it too late for me to start vlogging? Did I miss the boat? Is vlogging a thing of the past?
Definitely not! Judging by what I can see on YouTube, the grand majority of vloggers manage to get tons of subscribers to their vlog. Some vloggers are great at what they do. They are energetic, funny and entertaining. Others are not so great, and yet they still manage to get many views and several followers. Continue reading
The other night while out for a walk in downtown Montreal I crossed a woman who had no eyes. In one hand she was holding her white cane while in the other hand she was holding a drink carrier with four large coffees from Tim Hortons. Suffice it to say that she was having a hard time navigating through the crowd.
I heard people in the crowd laugh and comment at the fact that Tim Hortons had given her a drink carrier despite the fact that she was unable to see where she was going with it. Continue reading