This week saw two announcements that may alter the future of sports in Toronto, but please don’t hold your breath.
The new bridge linking Windsor and Detroit will be known as the Gordie Howe International Bridge.
Childish nonsense should go the way of dwarf tossing and swallowing goldfish, and the few real journalists who are left can spend their time on stories that really matter.
Once again this past week, Canadian men in their 90’s were celebrated in the streets of Appledoorn and other Dutch communities liberated by Allied forces in WWII.
Alberta result not unlike Manitoba in 1969 when Schreyer’s NDP formed a first time government, or the 1990 Bob Rae win in Ontario, or when Jack Layton became official opposition leader in 2011.
Everywhere we look in recent months in Canada, jobs are being lost by the thousands.
Manitoba NDP government’s stick up at the banks nets $25-million, while provincial deficit comes in at $400 million.
World Happiness Report shows money doesn’t buy happiness, but rather loving kindness to others.
The hopes that Mark Chipman and David Thompson had four years ago when they bought the Atlanta Thrashers and moved them to Winnipeg have paid off big time.
When I used to get my Hydro bill in Ontario, very often my first thought was, “Boy, I could sure use a drink!”