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Brian Ritchie commented on Lorne Alan Riley's blog post Remembering Anthony Dillon
"What a great Tribute to Anthony Lorne. As you say, we all have our issues but from my standpoint (mostly from my visits to your house), I only knew Anthony as a kind and respectful gentleman. Most very respectful to the Riley girls to be sure :-) "
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Brad Slade commented on Brian Ritchie's blog post The Rise and (great) Fall of Customer Care
"Brian, I can appreciate your frustration and thank you for sharing this. I believe we've all had similar experiences, but yours tops them all with irony. Air Canada is in the business of flying airplanes, not people - so not so shocking.…"
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Dan Lu commented on Brian Ritchie's blog post The Rise and (great) Fall of Customer Care
"Totally understanding the upset and frustration, I hope that a real caring competitor can force the bad guys do the right thing."
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Gordon Byce on Residential Schools - Oct. 7, 2016

A candid view of the Residential School situation inside the Byce family from Chapleau Cree Elder Reverend Gordon Byce.
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Guide to Publishing Your Work Through Online Publishers

It’s often a pain to get a book published when it’s by a first-time author. With nepotism, elitism and favouritism ruling rampant in the publishing houses, new authors are often at a loss after being casually dismissed and shunted out on their faces by snooty publishers. Considering the bleak state of affairs, more and more amateur authors are seeking the service of eBook publishers online. E-publishers give out good promises about publishing and distributing the books for a certain amount of…See More
Oct 13, 2016
Kate Forget commented on Brian Ritchie's blog post Touched by an Aboriginal
" My eyes are watering. What an amazing journey.  I can't wait to be Kaitlin's roommate and have the 14 foot canoe hang proudly in our entrance!"
Sep 30, 2016
Brian Ritchie commented on Brian Ritchie's blog post Touched by an Aboriginal
"I knew you would be able to provide Isaiah's wife's name. Do you have any documentation on the CCFN family histories. It would be great if you could share more at your convenience of course. "
Sep 30, 2016
Brian Ritchie commented on Brian Ritchie's blog post Touched by an Aboriginal
"Thanks Laurie for the name and the explanation of the Potts family. It was great seeing you in Chapleau."
Sep 30, 2016
Laurie Mills commented on Brian Ritchie's blog post Touched by an Aboriginal
"A fabulous story, Brian!  Love the symbolism of the strength in carrying the 14 foot canoe.  I was thrilled to be able to be there and witness the ceremony and signing that day.  It was touching to see your daughter being…"
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Remembering Anthony Dillon

Posted by Lorne Alan Riley on January 10, 2017 at 10:00pm 1 Comment

The Rise and (great) Fall of Customer Care

Posted by Brian Ritchie on January 5, 2017 at 7:00pm 2 Comments

We have all had good and bad customer experiences that we can reflect back on, but today, I had second one with the same company, Samsung, that compelled me to take the time to write this…

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Guide to Publishing Your Work Through Online Publishers

Posted by Adam Smith on October 13, 2016 at 9:51am 0 Comments

It’s often a pain to get a book published when it’s by a first-time author. With nepotism, elitism and favouritism ruling rampant in the publishing houses, new authors are often at a loss after being casually dismissed and shunted out on their faces by snooty publishers. Considering the bleak state of affairs, more and more amateur authors are seeking the service of eBook publishers online. E-publishers give out good promises about publishing and distributing the books for a certain amount…

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Touched by an Aboriginal

Posted by Brian Ritchie on September 29, 2016 at 7:00pm 6 Comments

A couple of weekends ago, I posted this picture on Facebook with the caption “Kaitlin gets her 14 foot canoe”. I thought that post warranted a bit of an explanation so this is that post.

This story starts in the late summer in 1986. Even though Loreen was 8 months pregnant, we decided to take a…

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