Mo With Chin and Cheek, Santa Only Scrubble, or Clean Jack Frost

To keep or not to keep? That is the question (bro and sis have the answer)

Rahman Mohamed

As we enter the last weekend of Movember you probably saw Mo on Bro.  What began as a campaign to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer has grown into one encouraging men to be open about health difficulties including Mental Health to break stigma and to not view health as an attack on masculinity.

Movember rules are based on starting the month clean shaven.  A Bro can trim or fashion a Mo throughout the month but it’s not supposed to be shaved off the month or be part of other facial hair; other facial hair can be there but just not part of the Mo.  What kind of facial hair to ladies really like?  Unsurprisingly some have studied it.

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Hockey: The True Canadian Uniter Even If Hockey Canada on Thin Ice

Hockey Canada not respecting Zamboni stop; Zamboni’s still working

Rahman Mohamed

It’s true!  The Federal AND Provincial governments, the public, Canadian celebrities and large corporations actually agree on something (unsurprisingly it’s hockey).  Although the Toronto Blue Jays are in the post-season with home field advantage, first time since 2016, Hockey Canada is the centre of sports talk.

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The Queen in Canada: A Long and Valuable History

No bow needed

Rahman Mohamed

It’s touched the world. On September 8 Queen Elizabeth II passed away. Some have had individual interaction with the Queen. 15 Prime Ministers in UK had personal meetings after being voted in. To many she was a mother or grandmother. Worldwide she had a strong image, someone who could bring hope and peace. In Canada people had different view and she had a different meaning for many.

The Queen did visit Canada a lot (second only to UK). Autumn Phillips is part of the Royal family and is a Canadian,

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