This week, a few thoughts here, a few thoughts there, and a few scrumptious homemade cheese biscuits flying through the air.
On the eve of his election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau boldly stated that, “if Canadians are to trust their government, their government needs to trust Canadians.”
Barrie has a pretty good art and cultural scene.
If Tom Petty was a dog, he’d be the mangy mutt that hung around, chased and caught his occasional moment in the sun — a squirrel here and there — held the fort, got along with his lot in life, then, sadly, up and died too soon.
William Nassau Kennedy started his career as a house painter, but ended up having a significant impact both on Canada’s militia and Canada’s prairie provinces.
The New Democrats have licked their wounds. And overwhelmingly they’ve decided they want back in the fight.
Raymond Wright has a happy smile on his face and a glow in his heart these days.
“It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine,” sang REM’s Michael Stipe back in 1987.
In the last parliamentary session, I had the honour of serving as the critic for Federal Development in Southern Ontario, the new Sharing Economy, and as deputy critic for Innovation, Science, and Economic Development.
Small-business owners are tax cheats. They are rich people abusing the system to avoid paying their fair share.
Upper Canada, Canada West and Ontario — different names for the same place. It was built by a wide range of characters: surveyors, soldiers, politicians, miners, entrepreneurs, scrappers and showmen.
This is a good news story with a daunting finish line. Just warning you.
If rock ’n’ roll was the boomer generation’s national anthem, its constitution was found between the covers of Rolling Stone.
Lately, weather-watchers have avidly focused on the series of major hurricanes sweeping across the Caribbean and towards North America, but there have been some other effects from this year’s unusual weather besides catastrophic storms.
Every now and then a weird item shows up in the morning news.
This past June, Ontario’s Liberal government introduced legislation that will raise the minimum wage to $15 and also guarantee workers at least three weeks of vacation a year after five years with the same employer.
A key deadline for public participation has been pushed back to this Friday, meaning you, as a citizen or concerned organization, can still provide feedback and comment to the federal government.
Mid-September is a great time of year.
Sadly I am convinced that somehow over the past seven decades I have become a geezer. I'm not positive but I do show some signs that suggest I might qualify for geezerdom.