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Home Daycare Provider for Children – Upper Annex Area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada


ALL EXPENSES ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE

My name is Dr. Donna Kay Cindy Kakonge, BJ, MA, TESOL, LLB, EdD and 48 years old. I am offering home daycare for three school-age children in the Upper Annex area of downtown Toronto. I have a Royal Canadian Mounted Police Security clearance which is the highest level of security clearance that anyone can receive within Canadian country borders. I can present proof of it upon request to the parents/guardians. I will include photos of my home where the living room area has now been cleared a bit in order to accommodate a play area. Currently, the home is vermin-free with many parks in the area. I can offer these services seven-days a week with a maximum morning hour just to walk your child to school at your request, as well as evening hours up until 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time. If you require care for an infant or toddler, the opening hours of the home daycare are 7:00 a.m. The same for children over 3 years old and school-age children, 7:00 a.m.

Food is included, however, you must provide either lunch money and dinner money, or a packed lunch and a packed dinner. Breakfast is included.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Photo Gallery of Home Daycare

The Baldwin piano that children can use. There are also African sitting stools that young children can sit on.
The living room where children can draw, paint, use PlayDo, knit, crochet, and enjoy their computer games, plus take time for snacks and eating.
The play area has lots of light on a sunny day.
A little room for running safely :-).
The kitchen where only I am allowed unless serving plates or cups not too hot.
Another play and resting area, also with children’s books. This can also be re-arranged in the living room shown previously.
The bathroom with a brand new toilet seat that will be changed regularly.

If you have any questions or are interested, please do email me at:

drdonnakakonge@gmail.com

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World Literary Nonfiction Writing Daily Workshops in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with Airbnb Experiences and Donna Magazine (Online and In-Person) Hosted by Author Donna Kakonge


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People interested in writing a book and publishing it, or blogs offered in a variety of genres, have the opportunity to learn more about what creative non-fiction and literary nonfiction is about. The participants involved with the workshop can ask questions or more about writing and find out the answers to how they can improve their own writing or their manuscript to publish it traditionally or self-publish. The realities of the world of writing are also questions that will be answered, with an emphasis on the financial realities of the average writer, and also, for those seeking to be either full-time and/or part-time writers, what they can realistically earn from the craft and the art of writing. Questions around grants and awards will be answered, plus ways of branching out writing skills to not only various legitimate industries, but also into various legitimate genres such as travel writing, hospitality writing, social media profile writing, adventure writing, and writing about your home country for government and travel purposes or corporate travel purposes, plus for personal use, heritage and ancestry discovery, educational purposes, entertainment purposes, writing screenplays and for television and radio, etc. Networking is included and to gain knowledge of Canadian writers. Tips on good reads at the Toronto Public Library are included. We can meet a Faema Caffé and it includes social media and profile networking writing as well.

World Literary Nonfiction Writing with Airbnb Experiences.
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World Literary Nonfiction Writing Daily Workshops in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with Airbnb Experiences and Donna Magazine (Online and In-Person) Hosted by Author Donna Kakonge


World Literary Nonfiction Writing Hosted by Donna Kakonge on Airbnb Experiences.
Enjoy crafting the writing that you want one-one-one.
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A Different Booklist (Bookstore) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada


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Updated: You’re Invited! Ears, Eyes, Voice: Black Canadian Photojournalists 1970s – 1990s


Hello Donna,
 My photos from my Contrast Newspaper days (late ’70s-early ’80s) will be on display for the CONTACT Photograpy Festival in Toronto – a Photography Festival featuring many different photo exhibits and lectures at different venues across the city. My photos (along with the work of four other Black photographers) will on exhibit at the B.A.N.D. (Black Artists’ Networks in Dialogue) Gallery, 19 Brock Avenue ( n/o Queen Street West, w/o Dufferin Street). The exhibit is on until May 28. Gallery hours: ThursdaySaturday from 12 noon-6 p.m., and Sunday from 1 – 5 p.m.  Note: I won’t be there, was only there last weekend for Opening Event, and Artist Talk. But my photos are still there. 🙂 Please see below press release.
One Love!
Diane

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Transportation Safety Board of Canada deploys team to air accident in Timmins, Ontario


RICHMOND HILL, ON, 26 Sept. 2014 /CNW/ – The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is deploying a team of investigators to Timmins, Ontario, where a Beechcraft King Air 100 landed with the landing gear up. The TSB will gather information and assess the occurrence.

The TSB is an independent agency that investigates marine, pipeline, railway and aviation transportation occurrences. Its sole aim is the advancement of transportation safety. It is not the function of the Board to assign fault or determine civil or criminal liability.

The TSB is online at www.tsb.gc.ca. Keep up to date through RSS, Twitter (@TSBCanada), YouTube, Flickr and ourblog.

SOURCE Transportation Safety Board of Canada

For further information: Transportation Safety Board of Canada, Media Relations, 819-994-8053

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Donna Kakonge’s Books Available and Book Signing Sunday, May 26, 2013 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Knowledge Bookstore in Brampton


Donna Kakonge’s Books and Book Signing Sunday, May 26, 2013 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Knowledge Bookstore in Brampton

For Location Details:

http://www.knowledgebookstore.com/

Books Available NOW at Knowledge Bookstore!

Get Yours Soon!

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Winter is great time to enjoy the best of Ontario’s outdoors, but do it safely


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OPG warns people to use extra caution near Ontario’s waterways

TORONTO, Dec. 23, 2011, /CNW/ – The warm weather in many parts of the province might delay the start of traditional winter activities, but it is still a good time to think about basic safety tips, especially near the water.

John Murphy, OPG’s Executive Vice President – Hydro says: “By making safety a priority no matter where you are this festive season, you can help make sure your holiday is a happy and safe one.” He added people going near hydro dams or stations should obey all signs, fences and other barriers.

Murphy noted that rain, freezing rain, and snow on the banks along waterways can make them even more treacherous and slippery than usual.

Water levels and flows near hydro stations, and even further downstream, can change quickly and often without notice, Murphy said.

“Ice near dams or hydroelectric stations can be thinner and less consistent than ice in other locations. Our message is simple. Stay clear, stay safe. Enjoy the winter, but whatever you like to do please don’t do it near hydro facilities.” he said.

For more information about safety around hydroelectric stations visit:
http://www.opg.com/watersafety

For information about winter driving safety visit:
http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/safety/winterdrive/winterdrive.shtml

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