A Piece of Wisdom for Ontario Provincial Election 2018

June 5, 2018

By Ace Alvarez

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Toronto, Ontario — Before the election held recently affecting an organization we were closely involved in, I sought advice from the Rev. Mr. Bob Rosales — a Deacon in the Archdiocese of Toronto and one of the stalwarts in our organization to whom to cast our unit’s vote from among the four candidates for an important position in our organization.

I found Deacon Bob’s opinion very fair. He opined: “From among the four candidates, let me cite just two. ‘X’ is a good friend of mine and ‘Y’ is not. But if we take the qualifications to the position that they are running for, ‘Y’ is more qualified for the office.”

I mention this having in mind Thursday, June 7 when Ontarians — 18 years of age and citizens of Canada, will go to the polls and elect a government who will lead the province in the next four years.

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One Key

February 17, 2016

By Ace Alvarez

Toronto, Ontario — The things of immediate use for me on a daily basis are assigned their pocket in any among my winter coats I use for the day.

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Waking up on the cold winter morning today, I stepped out outside, but was surprised that the spare key for the car was not in the left front pocket of my coat, nor in any of its pockets. I stepped back inside, wondering if my wife Gie took it by mistake, ‘though, I doubted if she had it.

Not wanting to bother her while she was having time for herself either in church, or at our local grocery store, I opted to wait for her, and, in the meantime, took a shower.

Still bothered by the disappearance of the car key from my coat’s front left pocket, something came up to me while I was dressing up – and which gave me a smile.

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