A jury in Newmarket acquitted Laurie Phan of first-degree murder, but found her co-accused, Jeff Atienza guilty. Phan was reunited Saturday with the baby she gaves birth to while in custody. Andy Pattenden says the police service had already sent officers out looking for nine kids by noon Monday, with each of those calls requiring two officers. Police say a year-old woman was sexually assaulted in Bickford Park early Friday morning. Andrew Scheer plan is a victory for many autism organizations who have fought for years to have federal heft fill in the gaps at the provincial level.
Legally it is not an issue, but politically, Canadians outside Quebec view duel citizenship with a chippy nationalism that is both proud and resentful. Experts discuss what to do when you encounter a love interest who views your ethnicity as a sexual fantasy. A Toronto woman fell for a fraud. With help from workers at a UPS store, she tried to get the money back. Extinction Rebellion Nova Scotia led a group of protesters to the Macdonald Bridge Monday morning to stop rush-hour traffic and bring attention to environmental issues.
After more than a dozen people were arrested, the bridge was reopened around p. Members of Extinction Rebellion Edmonton said they are blocking the Walterdale Bridge Monday morning in an act of civil disobedience to bring attention to the global climate crisis. The protest is modelled after events that took place in London, England, in April.
Election Canada watch the leaders debate live before you head to the election polls. Schools will open as usual Monday after the union representing support staff reached a tentative deal with government and school board associations on Sunday night.
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Parents had faced uncertainty after many boards said schools could not remain open in the event of a walkout. Jaime Battiste, who is running for the Liberals in the riding of Sydney-Victoria, issued an apology earlier this week after the Toronto Sun shared past racist and sexist remarks. More than a year after she was whisked out of Syria in a high-profile international rescue of White Helmet volunteers, Mayson Al Misri is trying to start anew in Hamilton.
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The individual has stepped forward with firsthand knowledge of key events relevant to the impeachment inquiry against President Trump, said attorney Mark Zaid. Three women open up about shame, stigma and why access to abortion matters. The longstanding partnership between the Raptors and the internet domain registrar has been plagued by the so-called GoDaddy curse in recent years and fans expressed concern OG Anunoby, a candidate for a breakout season, could be the next victim.
Sci-Hub creator Alexandra Elbakyan says paywalls to academic research are slowing science. Her solution — making publicly funded research papers free by bypassing paywalls — has some hailing her a hero. Others including publishers losing out on millions disagree. Is the sweeping advice to reduce saturated fat — found in butter, cheese, steak — and replace it with unsaturated fat suitable for all Canadians?
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Drums full of concrete and mercury were allegedly dumped decades ago in what is now a clearing surrounded by jackpine trees. The hospital and doctors deny wrongdoing. Chatham ophthalmologist Christopher Anjema, the fourth highest biller in Ontario in , was featured in a recent Star investigation into questionable physician billings. Albert Allan Rosenberg, 76, has fooled lovers and investors into believing he is a billionaire Swiss baron. A year out of jail, I found him in a ritzy Midtown apartment, going by the name Rothschild. Erik and Jake have some thoughts! Youth ministry rarely happens without the support of volunteers.
Your ability to equip these volunteers will profoundly impact young people for the rest of their lives. No pressure, right? Fortunately, Jake and Erik are here to offer their insights on how to recruit, train, and retain the adults who participate in your ministry. Everyone feels a little nervous energy before a big event.
Youth ministers are no exception. It may look like we thrive on chaotic events, meaningful service projects, and severe sleep deprivation — but there are a lot of logistics that go into preparing for these experiences. Sometimes the details of a big event are still in flux days or hours before go-time. Vacation Bible School is one of the most high-profile events of summertime ministry.
What does VBS Week mean for youth ministers? How might churches modify their VBS experiences to better meet the needs of the community? In this episode Jake and Erik take a deep dive into all things VBS and figure out how long this cultural phenomenon has been around. Summer is here, which means Jake and Erik have a little extra time to read and reflect.
They also suggest some ways to assess the recently concluded program year. Jake and Erik have been in youth ministry for a while—more than 25 years between them.
In this episode they offer ten pro tips for people in all stages of life and ministry. There are more than 2 million mobile apps available to the public. Many of these can be used to make your ministry life easier and more efficient.
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But how do you know which ones to use or how to use them? Jake and Erik to be honest, mostly Jake discuss some of their favorite apps and offer some practical tips for how to use these apps to enhance your ministry. Summer is only a few weeks away. For many youth ministers, summer means Mission Trips. No matter if this is your first or twenty-first trip, you have a lot to keep in mind before, during, and after this experience. Jake and Erik offer their insights on effective pre-trip communication, engaged leadership during the mission trip, and healthy recuperating after you come home.
Being in ministry often means accompanying people during difficult times in their lives. But not everyone in ministry is sufficiently trained to handle all pastoral care circumstances. Youth Ministry is important, difficult work. This week, Jake and Erik invite you to take a deep breath and reflect on the moments your ministry inspires and encourages people. Committees can be a burden and a blessing for people in ministry. Ideally, they provide accountability, support, and inspiration for staff and programs.
But sometimes they feel obligatory and directionless. In this episode Jake and Erik draw on their experiences and offer some best practices for healthy youth committees. Communication is a crucial element in any relationship, especially among church workers and congregation members. But how can youth ministers effectively communicate with all the people about all the things? Which forms of media are best suited for which events?
How to strategies change depending on the audience? How often should you be reaching out? Jake and Erik offer their thoughts on some of their communication successes and failures. And they crown a Youth Ministry Madness winner! These are exciting and time-consuming experiences for your teens. How can you stay connected with kids who are busy doing important activities outside of church?
Jake and Erik offer some ideas for how the church can come along side graduates and their parents to nurture them through these special moments. The Nones are now the same size as Evangelicals and Catholics and twice the size of Mainline Christians. What does this mean for people in youth ministry? These next few months can be incredibly busy and stressful for youth ministers.
Topics discussed include retreats, vocation, and innovation fatigue.