Gordon Lockheed is a hard-to-find Toronto writer and the editor of www.dooneyscafe.com

Nation Shudders at Large Block of Uninterrupted Text

By Gordon Lockheed / 2010 March 17
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Good grief! What does it mean?

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Missing the Point about Abdulmutallab

By Gordon Lockheed / 2009 December 31
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Failed terrorism and the end of airline passenger docility.

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Dictionary Update

By Gordon Lockheed / 2006 May 29
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The dooneyscafe.com dictionary has updates!

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Stephen Harper’s Character:

By Gordon Lockheed / 2006 May 23
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Gordon Lockheed offers an analysis of Stephen Harper’s first four months in office, along with a cautious opinion on whether what we’re seeing is the real thing.

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Bill Cameron 1943-2005 RIP

By Gordon Lockheed / 2005 March 18
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Gordon Lockheed wonders what would have happened if Canadian television’s management had used Bill Cameron’s gifts properly…

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Canceling Imprint

By Gordon Lockheed / 2005 March 11
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Gordon Lockheed has a few questions about a public television network cancelling English language television’s longest-running book show.

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Translating Heather

By Gordon Lockheed / 2004 October 22
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Gordon Lockheed reports on the Chapters/Indigo shareholder meeting…

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Reading Bloor Street, sort of

By Gordon Lockheed / 2004 July 12
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Gordon Lockheed reads a locally-produced chapbook of Bloor Street vignettes

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Bulletins From the Book Trade: The Richmond Chapters Anti-Reader Fin

By Gordon Lockheed / 2003 November 5
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Gordon Lockheed finds a telling example of Chapters/Indigo’s new merchandising strategy in the suburbs of Vancouver…

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What’s Wrong in the Book Trade?

By Gordon Lockheed / 2003 September 23
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Gordon Lockheed continues his investigation of book publishing and book selling in Canada. (Other articles in the series are lodged in our BP&BS topic category)

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