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Canada’s National Motto: A Mari Usque Ad Mare!!!

Admaris usque admare !!!

From Sea To Shining Sea

I am grateful to my friend and poet, Jean-Paul for his help teaching me about the Franchophonie – the french-speaking countries. A word of thanks also to Louise Bilodeau, President of L’action des Nouvelles Conjointes/Nouveaux Conjoints du Québec (ANCQ) or, in English, The Action of New Spouses of Quebec. This association intends to help pairs of new spouses whose new union is suffering from the conflict and inequities of the judicial system, or the unwillingness or harassment of former spouses, to allow …parent-child relationships and these new families to exist. In fact, they will help anyone devastated by Canadian divorce, even singles who have been unable to rebuild their lives.

Mme Bilodeau likes the idea of the Bubbles of Love Day.  Lise asks that we join together from coast to coast across Canada to take ten minutes to blow soap bubbles with the kids. She calls it a fair, simple, and wonderful gesture to support alienated families and protect our children.

You can view Mme Bilodeau’s letter roughly translated into English here.

D’un ocean à l’autre du Canada

C’était un grand honneur de parler avec la président de l’action des nouvelles conjointes/nouveaux conjoints du Québec. Je regrette beaucoup que mon français n’est pas mieux, mais j’espère qu’ il est de mieux en mieux. Il a également été un honneur de recevoir cette lettre d’encouragement de quelqu’un qui a travaillé dur pour aider nos enfants et nos familles.

Les enfants aiment les bulles de savon. Ils sont amusants! La président aime l’idée des bulles d’amour. Elle estime qu’il est juste, simple et merveilleux ce geste des Bulles d’Amour. Elle dit, laissez-nous la main d’un océan à l’autre du Canada et de prouver que nous aimons nos enfants, la distribution de toutes ses informations. Pour voir le reste de l’information, cliquez ici.

Another Equal Shared Parenting Bill Passes in Carolina

Shared parenting bills always die in the legislatures. They have strong opponents. This  news article is exciting because another Shared Parenting bill in South Carolina has something no other bill has ever had: the governor’s support. In Canada we put the word Equal before our Shared Parenting bills (ESP), because we have no discrimination in family court.

The Fathers Push For Shared Custody Changes video interviews South Carolina dad, Joe Carter, about his new children’s website called, South Carolina Coalition 4 Parents and Children.

The Fathers Fight For Shared Parenting video interviews South Carolina dad, Peter Kucera, about the broken court system.

Rep Wants State of Pennsylvania Alienation Aware

The City of Abbotsford, British Columbia had a population of 124,000 in 2006. The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Pennsylvania was 12,742,886 on July 1, 2011. Canada’s population was 33,369,000 last year. I want to start by making the City of Abbotsford aware, then I hope I can help Lise Bilodeau make Canada aware from sea to sea to sea.

The Pennsylvania State Representative, Thomas Murt is trying to get this April designated “Parental Alienation Awareness Month” by the state.  I say “More power to him.”  Read about it here and here. (Hatboro-Horsham Patch, 2/15/12).

Seuls les 58 jours jusqu’à les Bulles D’Amour

Trouvez vos députés ici et laissez-leur savoir que vous voulez faire du Québec une province qui est conscient de l’aliénation parentale.

Only 58 Days Till Bubbles Of Love Day

Find your British Columbia MLAs here and let them know you want to make BC a parental alienation aware province.

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