ONTARIO, Canada. Spends $200k on giant inflatable duck for birthday celebrations gets into hot water over price paid and cost to taxpayers purse #AceNewsDesk – @AceNewsServices

Ace News Services

#AceNewsReport – May.31: Ontario spends $200k on giant inflatable duck for birthday celebrations #AceNewsDesk
PreviewGiant rubber ducky costs Ontario $200k the Canadian province of Ontario is celebrating the country’s 150th birthday with an enormous 6-storey-tall, 30,000lb giant rubber duck, prompting a debate over the CA$200,000 (US$150,000) cost involved.

EDITOR: Thanks for following as always appreciate every like, reblog or retweet for all our daily news and minute by minute 24-hours a day updates visit AceDailyNews here AceChatNews.WordPress.Com
and free help and guidance tips on AcePCHelp.WordPress.Com or speak in confidence on our Private Telegram messenger at to https://t.me/acechatnews

View original post

Advertisements

Looking for Stories of Parents Affected by Parental Alienation…

Image result for parental alienation research uk

Peace Not Pas

In my continuing battle to fight parental alienation and promote social change I have started writing an evidence based article. This currently has the working title of ‘Are UK authorities effectively safeguarding children in their approach to the issue that is parental alienation.’

A recent post of mine (Cafcass Asked Me If I Had Any Ideas. Here Is My 16 Page Response!) will form part of a section on Cafcass. Once I have completed the article in its entirety I aim to use it in various ways to highlight the numerous service gaps that are allowing this form of abuse to go unchallenged.

I am looking for parents that are affected by parental alienation that are prepared to share their stories with me. The selected stories will be included within my article as vignettes. Please be assured that any stories included in the article will be fully anonymised. All that I ask…

View original post 115 more words

Request for support

suesspiciousminds

Quick trigger warning – if you’ve been through painful experiences yourself recently, then this post may be too raw and painful, and as it is not my intention to make life harder for anyone who is working through such trauma, the warning is here to suggest that you close this one down, and come back to the next post, which will probably be about 80s pop, or Mary Mungo and Midge or whatever.

Some of you may have read @SurviveCourts blog, Surviving Safeguarding, where she talks about her experiences of being on the hard end of the social work experience, rather putting all our gripes of trolleys with knackered wheels, or endless frustration with laptops and workloads into perspective. Some of you may have had the pleasure of seeing her speak, which is truly an inspirational experience.

I find myself lucky enough to have got to know her a little…

View original post 151 more words