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Starting a website is a lot to learn, and even adding to one can be challenging but this is a very user friendly site and I look forward to seeing this site grow and help many people!  To add your own content or to copy and personalize any list, you must be a member.

To become a member, you must create a New Account by completing the details when you click on the New Account type line and answering all the questions in the regisration form.  All information here is confidential and will never be shared.  The age ranges are used to determine who is using the lists and other lists that might be useful to be added, and for future links that may be helpful.

When you are registered, we will send you an e-mail that will contain your password, so you must use a real e-mail address :)!  This makes you a member of the site.

Once you are a member, you may sign in with your assigned password and under your name there will be a bullet labelled "Create content"

Click on that bullet and select Forum and then select Lists- unless you feel you'd like to place a Want Ad!

Give your "Forum" the Title of your LIST then, in the Body enter your list!  You can also copy and paste from any exisiting word type file you may have to creat a new list on the site.  You can also copy an existing list and modify it under your new LIST NAME to personalize it.

You may also comment on an existing list or private message a list creator for details. 

As you might expect, any negative content will not be tolerated and will be removed- at the Site Administrator's discretion. No exceptions. You understand.

Hope this helps!  Make this your own list site - that's what it's meant to be.

Thank-you!

I am honoured...

Apparently I have a site worthy of SPAM!!!  I arrived to the site this morning to find several comments and blogs of gobbledygook junk words and links, obviously posted by someone much wiser of key words and searches than I.  

I'd like to think they were just trying to help me out, but I fear that they were just dragging anyone away to another site.  Another lesson of the internet- it is a WEB that is VERY connected. 

Ah yes- it is also the day after the election!  And electronic media has had its effect. #tweettheresults.ca became the highest tweet in the world yesterday, with the first illegal tweet apparently coming from Australia.  The reason I mention this is that it was highly organized people who had a plan that worked with every single candidate, as well as media specialists who had goals in mind.  They would have used lists!  And those online may have ultimately brought about change to Elections Canada that allows the media to report results as they arise.  Currently, they do not allow any broadcasting until the polls close in your area.  Like how the rest of the country is voting would really cause me to change my vote.  Perhaps it would encourage more people to vote if their preferred party was behind.  I'm not sure.  

As for popular vote vs winning per constituency, this should send everyone to re-visit how Canada votes.  Canada's is not a system of % of total votes for representative numbers, otherwise the Bloque and Green would have more people in parliament, rather you win per area for a single member to represent you in parliament.  We are to be looking at the party and the platform and vote for the candidate of our choice. Who the leader is, may be subject to change.  We are not meant to be like the USA where when they vote, they vote with the leader in mind.  I think the approach in Canada may be changing- just look at Smiling Jack.   If our system of elections doesn't work anymore, we will have to elect a group who would be interested in changing it.  Although, I can't see Canadians every getting behind any one party by 51% so it could become generations before we have a majority party, if this system changes.  And it can be very hard to govern and get anything done if every step and action is debated

Anyway, Spring and the Election have brought change of a sort.  The weeds in the gaarden look oddly familiar, but I do know how to deal with them.  I'm just not sure I WANT to yet.  That's a blog for another day...  Gotta Wanna.  Take care.

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