Ornate Heritage

====================================================================================================== Canada's ornate heritage buildings populate the grounds of Ottawa's Parliament Hill as these three images show. My recent trips to Canada's capital allowed me again to familiarize myself with our country's rich history depicted symbolically in the ornate work shown in my pictures. All this past summer I have tried to take part in … Continue reading Ornate Heritage

Women Are Free Persons

===================================================================== October is women are free persons month commemorating the Canadian Valiant Five's awesome victory. The famous Edwards versus Canada case, also known as the Persons Case, began on October 19, 1927, it ultimately decided that women were eligible to sit in the Canadian Senate. This famous Canadian constitutional case that had to have a … Continue reading Women Are Free Persons

Roy G. Biv Day

In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Roy G. Biv." ======================================================================================== A 'Roy G. Biv' colorful day happening on Parliament Hill during Ottawa's main tourist season, spring and summer. It was an overcast May day (not that May Day with all the military might or militant activists marching) last year while checking out Canada's … Continue reading Roy G. Biv Day