Keeping in mind that one week is an eternity in politics, lots can still happen between now and the 19th of October.
Is it a concern about safety that causes us to lighten the wallets of motorists who are caught speeding in school zones, or is it simply a cash grab?
Not since the end of World War Two have so many refugees been on the move, and probably never have such people been quite so desperate.
We’re almost at the halfway point of the Canadian Football League season, and something is missing.
Canada’s chartered banks are guaranteed to make a healthy profit, regardless of how bad things get in the rest of the economy.
I was once warned to never put anything in an e-mail, unless I was prepared to read it on the front page of my local newspaper.
It felt we were victims of crime when we stopped to buy gasoline, and the frustrating part is the totally helpless feeling you have while your pocket is being picked.
The price of oil and almost every other commodity in the world has fallen sharply creating an economic downturn.
Aside from keeping lawyers and accountants busy, equalization has never really been embraced by voters. Perhaps that will be different during this marathon campaign.
The classic phrase “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” simply doesn’t apply in the digital world. Instead, it’s “release new and smarter products, or perish!”