Call to Action: Salvation Army needs Water

“Human nature is like water. It takes the shape of its container” – Wallace Stevens People often ask me why I joined of Dad Club London. As with most things held dear to the heart, it is near impossible to pin down a singular reason, but the collective altruistic nature of this club is what […]

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School inaction prompts dads into defibrillator fundraiser

By Kate Dubinski, CBC Radio London July 7, 2017   Only 3 of London’s 12 high schools have defibrillators, a much lower number than other regions. Enter Dad Club London, which is trying to raise $24,000 to buy a defibrillator for every high school in the city by the fall. Read the FULL STORY> Share

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WHAT BRISTLES MY BEARD 5

If you’ve read my previous gems, you may have noticed that I have strong opinions on many things, but few things bakes my beans as much as society bashing law enforcement while painting them with broad generalizations. I’ve often been quite curious as to why people have these negative views towards policing, but after much […]

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Gathering on The Green

Dad Club London and Mom Club London are proud to be participating in the 35th annual Gathering on The Green community festival on Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.). The event will be hosted by the Old South Community Organization (OSCO) at the Wortley Village Green, which is located on the historic […]

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London dads fight for diaper change tables in men’s washrooms

By Kate Dubinski, CBC Radio London June 12, 2017 London dads are circulating a petition to get local businesses to install baby change tables in men’s toilets. Directors Jeremy McCall and Frank Emanuele are interviewed for the story. Read the FULL STORY >   Share

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13 Reasons why my beard is bristled

For those of you that have not watched the Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why, I highly suggest you dedicate 13 hours into this eye opening series. The show, in a nutshell, is about a high school girl who commits suicide and leaves a 13 cassette suicide note to those that were the reason as to why […]

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Buckle your seatbelt, things just got real….

  Morning Gents! Three BIG updates from your world famous Dad Club London director team: #1 – We are expanding again, like a bad (but oh so good) TLC special! We would like to take this opportunity to notify our members that the time has arrived to welcome two new members to our team. Alex has […]

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A Mother’s Day tribute

My suitcase feels heavier each time I travel. It isn’t, as I always watch with a hollow gaze, as it’s weighed as I receive my boarding pass. It wasn’t always this way… As I ride the shuttle bus to the airport, I slip away to inside the distractions of my earbuds. Sometimes it’s Sweet Caroline, […]

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The M-word

My 2-year-old son Luca loves story time before bed. It often starts with a negotiation as to how many books we are reading tonight. When I can bring him down from ten to about three books, we dive into characters, voices, actions and quite the giggle fits. One of today’s books had a picture of […]

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Marty Madness – Day 7/7

Day 7: Tuesday 116am Rosie wakes with another bad dream. Trip to bathroom, sip of water and back to bed no issue. 556am-636am Harvey try’s to get up. Hilarious. Get him down – back to bed I go. He’s quiet for 15, then back at it. I go in again, we have a conversation about […]

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