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

More Than a Diary, More Than a Lake

By Gordon Lockheed / 2002 November 6
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Gordon Lockheed review Diary of a Lake, edited by John Harris and Vivien Lougheed

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General Dies in Bed, or, Jack Stoddart’s Legacy

By Gordon Lockheed / 2002 September 11
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Gordon Lockheed outlines the implications of the collapse of Stoddart and General Distribution Services…(there are five other articles on the crisis in Canadian publishing in the BP&BS archive)

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Privacy or History

By Gordon Lockheed / 2002 June 11
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Gordon Lockheed takes a shot at Statistics Canada’s refusal to open the 1906 Census data on the grounds that it is "private", and finds larger issues than bureaucratic foot-dragging present

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Kraft Dinner Follies in Ottawa

By Gordon Lockheed / 2002 June 4
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dooneyscafe.com editor Gordon Lockheed examines the questions not being asked about Paul Martin Jr’s diet preferences

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Bookselling and Book Publishing in Canada, an emergency report

By Gordon Lockheed / 2001 October 26
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Gordon Lockheed, with notes from Frank Davis, weighs in with the first of a series of reports on the conditions for writing, publishing and reading books in Canada.

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Tomatoes In Toronto

By Gordon Lockheed / 2001 September 18
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Graz’s first letter, dated September 10, 2001

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Yes! We Eat Dog Meat

By Gordon Lockheed / 2001 February 25
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Gordon Lockhead discovers some wacky things in a dual-text primer for Korean students coming to North America

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Turkey Alert

By Gordon Lockheed / 2001 January 22
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Government paranoia and Turkey’s Internet Cafes

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