To usher in the Christmas festive season in Nova Scotia, Christmas tree lighting ceremonies are usually held in some communities. We witnessed the first one in (more…)
Nabeelah had been asking to join a soccer team for a while now, so we eventually gave in and registered her.
She joined a (more…)
My 2 older children and I went for our regular dental routine this week. The visit inspired me to put up an article about dental health in Nova Scotia and I shared it on our ‘Life In Nova Scotia’ website. (more…)
We the committee of Yetunde’s friends in conjunction with her husband threw her a surprise birthday party on Friday, just to tell you how wonderful this soul called Yetunde is. For those of you who were wondering when I was (more…)
So I have been meaning to start and follow through an exercise routine, so as to keep fit and primarily to loose tummy fat. Since my husband and children keep asking if I have another baby in there 😀.
I had actually wanted to (more…)
Filzah is 3 months old, to God be the glory.
This milestone makes me appreciate Canada a bit more. The reason is that most (more…)
About 3 weeks ago, the wonderful Allen family officially met and welcomed Filzah into their home, which feels like second (more…)
Generation 1 Leadership Initiative (G1LI) in conjunction with Centre for Entrepreneurship Education and Development (CEED) organized a workshop on entrepreneurship education.
The workshop was delivered by the (more…)
Halloween is the night of October 31, the eve of All Saints’ Day, commonly celebrated by children who dress in costume and solicit candy or other treats door-to-door, according to Wikipedia.
We didn’t know how much of a big thing Halloween is till we (more…)
To God be the glory, my mother is a year older. Happy birthday mom. May Allah bless and grant you more fruitful years in good health. (more…)
This is what our mornings typically look like (swipe to see video). My two older children dot over their baby sister once they sense or know that she is awake (or almost awake). 😀 (more…)
I had an appointment with someone yesterday morning in a corporate environment, so I decided to look a bit formal for the meeting.
It’s been almost 3 months of (more…)
Last year (October 2017), my family went Apple Picking at Noggins Corner Farm and it was a (more…)
Generation 1 Leadership Initiative (G1LI) had a science workshop last week at Dalhousie University. The workshop was jointly hosted by G1LI and Imhotep Legacy Academy (ILA).
During the hands on workshop, participants learnt how to use (more…)
Today is #PersonsDay! 2018 marks 89 years since women were recognized as “persons” in Canada, due to the relentless campaigning of 5 women known as the Famous Five: Emily Murphy, Henrietta Muir Edwards, Louise McKinney, Nellie McClung and Irene Parlby. (more…)
Throwback to the workshop that Generation 1 Leadership Initiative (G1LI) had in partnership with Skills Canada at Dalhousie University in Halifax.
The workshop covered essential (more…)
Alhamdulillahi Robil Alamin, Filzah is 2 months old today. So she just had her first set of (more…)
On day 3 of #NigeriaWeek, we visited the Black Cultural Center for Nova Scotia and the African Nova Scotian Museum, so as to (more…)
On day 2 of Nigeria Week (a week long event to celebrate Nigeria’s Independence), we had a symposium/talkshow. The theme was Business and Employment: Challenges and Opportunities for New Immigrants.
We had (more…)
We just concluded the #NigeriaWeek in Nova Scotia. A yearly event to celebrate Nigeria’s Independence.
On day 4, one of the events was to (more…)