Monthly Archives: March 2006

Yea verily, the truth shall make you flee

In those days Christian Peacemaker Teams went down unto the land of Iraq and made rude noises against George Bush. For hark, they said, is it not the voice of the Lord saying go ye and protest against those who … Continue reading

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Ashley MacIsaac fiddles while the Liberal party spurns

Apparently Ashley MacIsaac plans to seek the Liberal leadership. Well fiddle dee dee.
Mr. MacIsaac, for those of you who live somewhere nice, is the world-class fiddler who once told an interviewer he and his partner … no, I … Continue reading

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Don’t bank on me

From Fraser Forum.

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Almost everybody could’ve greased the Canadian Tire Guy

As soon as I got to work the captain called me into his office. A missing person case. The Canadian Tire Guy. My partner was already there. Eddie Torrial. I’m a hack. My name’s Friday. Not the man who was … Continue reading

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Oh say can you sea, or, does that motto still wave?

The Citizen series on how the Arctic is still quite cold says Canada needs a new motto. Satirists of the world unite. After all, we are funny in both senses. But given our equally famous passion for the bronze, let … Continue reading

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