…of ‘due care & attention’, ‘house of plenty’, & ‘trade deals’…

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…Two thirds of Canadians would welcome distracted walking laws”…”Vancouver’s Kissa Tanto named Canada’s best new restaurant by Enroute magazine”…”Canadian PM Trudeau cancels Brussels trip amid crisis talks to save trade deal”…

Indeed, if you’re like me, you’ve probably already noticed by now, that walking while distracted on a smartphone or texting can be perilous.  I once saw a woman walk right into a tree and suffer quite a bad injury.

Keyword: smart phone folks. Due care & attention as a pedestrian is as equally important as when driving a car or riding a bicycle.

Kudos & cheers to Vancouver’s ‘Kissa Tanto’, “tucked into the upper story of a delightfully faded building in Chinatown, Kissa Tanto invites you into the little jewel that is the House of Plenty”

Now doesn’t that just sound like an invitation that sings—-SUBARASHII !!!

Apparently it’s being said now that the 7-year struggle for Canada to sign an historic trade deal with the European Union is indeed pause for concern about the importance of  the UK signing a trade deal too, before it exits the EU.

Although, Trudeau and his entourage have for the moment, decided not to get on a plane for Brussels, pundits are saying the prospects remain good for a conciliatory negotiation.

May work continue that is fruitful! Win-win situations, the goal!

Cheers to a thoroughly thrilling, thriving Thursday that sings—a ‘done deal’ kinda day!

Achievable accomplishments!

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…of indeterminate, unconfirmed & undefined…

Less adversarial seating? … A meeting of the  European parliament in Strasbourg. Photograph: VincentA long time coming? Bicycles. Photograph: Rob Whitworth/Corbisheu

…”What would happen if Britain left the EU?”…”Gentrification NYC: What will happen when Harlem becomes white?”…”Could the bicycle have been invented earlier than it was?”…”Do parliaments with a semi-circular rather than face-to-face seating plan have better debates?”…

All in a day’s headline questions!

Hints of a 2017 referendum that could push the UK towards exit…

The ongoing narrative of racial tensions…

A spin on the mother of invention…

Let’s face it, it’s all about the seating plan!…

Indeed, we live in a world of known unknowns and unknown knowns, so much so, that the complexities of day-to-day life can seem frightfully unanswerable at times.

As Canadians gear up for ‘Victoria Day weekend’ (“Victoria Day” always the Monday preceding May 25th), honouring Queen Victoria’s birthday May 24th, the official start of “cottage/cabin season” has also been dubbed ‘May long weekend’ & ‘May two-four weekend’, hinting of the propensity ‘for hard working Canadians to consume cases of beer’ according to a government website–‘statutory holidays Canada’.

FYI did you know Prince Edward (1767-1820) after whom Canada’s Prince Edward Island (PEI) was named, was Queen Victoria’s father?!?!…

Cheers to a decidedly dandy day!!!

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