Toronto

Meet Rocco

Rocco Achampong, a Ghanian-born Canadian, has been practising law for over ten years in criminal, civil, and administrative litigation. He graduated from Osgoode Hall law school, York University in 2008 and is licensed with the Law Society of Ontario. Rocco chose law because of his empathetic and compassionate personality. “I […]

Time to Leave

Choosing to leave Jamaica is difficult. It’s uncomfortable and agonizing having spent over a year studying, but the crossroads are brimming with possibilities. And the alternative is to stay in touch, when I go off to other great experiences.

A night at the CNE!

As if the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) have any correlation between the end of summer and the beginning of fall. For some reason, this fair that began in 1879 has grown and hosted millions of people each year. The CNE opens its gates the third week of August for two […]

The CN Tower experience

Our Second stop was the Canadian National (CN) Tower. Interestly I had no idea that “CN” actually stood for something. As Canadians, the name CN tower roll off our tongues like CN is an actual word that’s found in the dictionary. As is quite common, we drove around for a […]