Happy hump day to you.
Well if you were like me you were probably in a little bit of a panic.
My story is not unique but I will share it with you, it's nothing to be ashamed of ,
it's where we are all at currently .
I ventured temporarily from Radio into the film industry as of last year.
We had down time for a break from November until March.
My production and show I was working on was supposed to pick back up in March, which was also the same month I moved into my new apartment.
Like the rest of Torontonians and the planet for that matter, the rug was pulled from underneath my feet for employment.
My panic is like you're a panic, the simple
stress of the CERB running dry with still no work.
Great news coming out of the government last night. the funding will be extended for an extra two months for those of us that require it.
This will put a little bit of an ease on the financial burden temporarily, but still we will take it, we paid into it.I hope if you and yours are struggling financially, this helps you as well.
We are lucky to live in Canada, we're lucky to have these funds, we just have to stick together and grow together and move forward through these turbulent times ,support local Independent Business, ,grow independently together .
It starts at the community level.
If you, or someone you know is financially unstable and may need this support,
We hope this link gets you to the proper support channel
BLACK DONNELLY RADIO
~THE WILVARINE IS MAKING HIS DEBUT THIS EVENING~
~THE RETRO SHOW~
The DJ alias of film/music video director Wil Dunlop.
A resident of Lake Couchaching Ontario and Silver Lake California,
Dunlop grew up in the clubs in the city and the cottages of South Muskoka.
As a filmmaker Dunlop is the writer/director of the upcoming documentary
“Keep It Locked & Cranked”
and his music video work includes Helmet,
All Systems Go, & Elevator
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~May good Juju find you~