Max Fawcett thinks the documentary Control Room is worth seeing, and more…
On the eve of the Federal Election, Brian Fawcett listens to the dogs barking in his neighbourhood, discovers the metaphor for the election, and examines three outcomes…
Douglas Ord watches the televised debate of the Federal party leaders and finds his attention wandering…
Sheila Williams looks at the province, and the culture, behind Stephen Harper’s Conservatives
Wally Hourback files an election report from North Bay.
Max Fawcett, a member of the sought-after under-25 demographic, explains why his generation doesn’t care about politics and isn’t likely to do so anytime soon.
Vivien Lougheed finds dissension in the church of Mountain Equipment Co-op, but pays her tithe anyway.
Douglas Ord finds an ugly parallel between US treatment of prisoners in Iraq and the James Dickey novel/film Deliverance
Max Fawcett questions the wisdom of the Liberal Party of Canada’s decision to recruit former separatist candidates in Quebec.
A Port Slowburn, Ontario resident has a slight disquisition with Brian Fawcett’s column on reciprocity within small communities