Monthly Archives: July 2004
Oh great. Here’s an idea for school reform so bad it’s bound to prevail. Get rid of summer vacation. Yup. There’s a winner in the anti-fun, make-life-dismal sweepstakes. Coming soon to a faculty of education near you.
Monday’s Globe and Mail … Continue reading
Our government is weighing its options with regard to Iran. Against a feather, I suspect.
It’s not necessarily an indictment of our foreign policy. There are some 200 nations in the world and they can’t all be important. Besides, Iran is … Continue reading
He’s not a politician solving Canada’s health-care crisis, but he’s going to play one on TV. Yes, that’s right. It’s Paul Martin, whose latest brain wave is to summon Canada’s premiers to a historic health summit starting Sept. 13 and … Continue reading
On the surface Bytown’s a friendly, peaceful, normal kind of place. The sort of burg where you’d settle down, raise a couple of taxes, keep your dog away from the water and license your cat. But behind the facade of … Continue reading
Across a misty Avalon lake a barge glides gently over dark waters though no wind stirs its sails. Within, in shimmering armour, lies King Arthur, fatally wounded by a movie camera. On shore, three knights discuss his fate.
“Gad, ’tis passing … Continue reading