Two more Sundays of 3-down football, and one of the storylines in the dear old Canadian Football League this year has to be empty seats.
The research is preliminary, but one shudders to think what it will mean if the ‘stupidity virus’ ever becomes accepted as a recognized medical disorder.
CBC Radio has tried to reinvent itself but now must appease listeners who feel betrayed by a man they had come to regard as a public champion of all things feminist.
On May 3, 1915, a Canadian surgeon, Dr. John McCrae, wrote these words while sitting on the back of an ambulance in Belgium: “In Flanders Fields …”
These pillars of capitalism make most of their revenue in ways other than providing customer service.
Political parties, like most groceries, have a best before date. In Manitoba, the NDP are past theirs and local politics are really starting to smell.
What happened to the “resource boom” that was driving the economic engines in western Canada to new heights?
When Bud Grant was honoured recently at Investors Group Field, it reminded many of the Blue Bomber dynasty he led, while underscoring the team’s difficulties in the past quarter century.
The Father of Medicare, Tommy Douglas, is still a huge presence in Canadian politics as governments struggle to contain ballooning healthcare costs.
The day after on Parliament Hill was a truly magnificent scene, and we can only hope that the spirit of it might continue in some small way.