A Journey from the ‘Dark Ages’ into one of ‘True Light’

Three Cities that Rule 'this' World, a journey from the 'dark ages' into one of 'true Light'. The following is a collage of information researched and studied by many truth seekers. Using both historian fact and intuitive prediction, the story-line you are about to read spans centuries. City of London – FINANCE: Receives taxes from their subjects (slaves) in Canada and the United States. They design and control our financial and banking systems. Vatican City – RELIGION: The Pope wants to … [Read more...]

The Queen’s Plate History & Honourable Attendance on July 7

The Queen's Plate History - a Royal Tradition The Queen's Plate is Canada's oldest thoroughbred horse race. It is run at a distance of 1¼ miles for 3-year-old thoroughbred horses foaled in Canada. The race takes place each summer in June or July at Woodbine Racetrack, Etobicoke (Toronto), Ontario. For safety reasons, since 1995 the race has been limited to a maximum of 17 starters. History The Queen's Plate was founded in 1860 by Queen Victoria. Victoria's son-in-law, The Duke of … [Read more...]

Lorre White celebrates ‘The World Most Powerful Women 2013’

The World's Most Powerful Women 2013   Our annual snapshot of the 100 women with the most impact are top politicians and CEOs, activist billionaires and celebrities who matter. In roughly equal measure you’ll find next gen entrepreneurs and media mavens, technologists and leaders in philanthropy — all ranked by dollars, media momentum and impact (see full methodology here). We’ve selected women that go beyond the traditional taxonomy of the power elite (political and economic … [Read more...]

PM participates in Diamond Jubilee Medal ceremony in Toronto

PM participates in Diamond Jubilee Medal ceremony in Toronto January 12, 2013 Toronto, Ontario Prime Minister Stephen Harper today participated in a ceremony at Queen's Park in Toronto to present Diamond Jubilee Medals to 17 Canadians for their outstanding contributions to Canada. The Prime Minister was accompanied by the Honourable David Onley, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. "I am delighted to present Diamond Jubilee Medals to great Ontarians who have contributed to their … [Read more...]

London 2012 – CANADA’S FIRST GOLD MEDAL WINNER – ROSIE MACLENNAN

The Opening Ceremony is a celebration showcasing the best of the Host Nation. It also features a parade of all competing nations and the highly anticipated entrance of the Olympic Flame, which ignites the Cauldron and signals the start of the Games. The eyes of the world will be on London for the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games. The Ceremony will provide an opportunity for the world to view the artistic expression of the Artistic Director (Danny Boyle) and his team, and … [Read more...]

WOMEN of ACTION™ – Queen Elizabeth II

A Celebration of Women™ has been inspired to pay Tribute to one of our World's most enduring Matriarchs in History. Her Royal Queen Elizabeth II has risen above adversity and maintained Her Regal Quality throughout any and all challenges through personal and professional life. In full Elizabeth Alexandra Mary , officially Elizabeth II, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of her other realms and territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, … [Read more...]

The Royal Wedding – April 29, 2011 – One Anniversary here !!!

ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY thereof .... The Royal Wedding April 29, 2011 Some staff rejoicing in the news that there will be an extra public bank holiday next year to celebrate the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton may be disappointed. For many workers, their contracts of employment will simply not entitle them to a paid day off despite what David Cameron said, according to an HR consultancy. April 29 falls on a Friday and the Government has designated it as a bank … [Read more...]

Commonwealth Day – This year’s theme is ‘Women as Agents of Change’

    Commonwealth Day      Celebrated March 14, 2011      A Celebration of Women honors the Commonwealth and Celebrates this years Theme of 2011    The idea of a designated day each year to celebrate the Empire was first put forward in 1894 by the Canadian branch of the Royal Colonial Institute (now the Royal Commonwealth Society). Clementina Fessenden, the wife of Ontario Minister of Education, Senator George W. Ross, promoted a scheme for children to commemorate the Empire on one day each … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION: Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II Taking Action this Christmas!

    WOMAN of ACTION       Queen Elizabeth II   WOMAN of ACTION feature:  https://acelebrationofwomen.org/?p=13522     Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II   ....   makes a Christmas Address, 2010.       Queen Elizabeth II makes her Christmas Day broadcast at Hampton Court Palace. Photograph: Reuters The Queen emphasised the importance of sport as a medium that can help build communities and create harmony in her traditional Christmas message today. The monarch's annual broadcast also focused … [Read more...]

PMO(Canada) announces reappointment of Kevin MacLeod as Canadian Secretary to the Queen

  A Celebration of Women is honored to announce to the Women of our World...          December 27, 2010 Ottawa, Ontario Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced the reappointment of Kevin MacLeod, C.V.O., C.D., as Canadian Secretary to The Queen.   Bio: http://www.kevinmacleod.ca/about_kevin_macleod_cvo.html   “For nearly two years, Mr. MacLeod has performed his duties as Canadian Secretary to The Queen with honour and distinction and I am pleased that he has agreed to continue in … [Read more...]

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