Top row: Sub-Lt. Abbigail Cowbrough, RCN, Master Cpl. Matthew Cousins, RCAF and Sub-Lt. Matthew Pyke, RCN Bottom row: Capt. Brenden Ian MacDonald, RCAF, Capt. Kevin Hagen, RCAF and Capt. Maxime Miron-Morin, RCAF My thoughts are with their families and friends, especially their shipmates in HMCS Fredricton.
Andrew MacDougall, a senior public relations consultant in London (the big, British London, not London, Ontario) and a former head of PR in former prime minister Stephen Harper's PMO, has penned an important opinion piece in the Globe and Mail, that I really hope the high-foreheads in the Conservative Party's HQ all read and take … Continue reading The Conservative problem
Dr Zachary Karabell, a well-known investment advisor, author and commentator, reminds us, in an article in Foreign Affairs, that "Most Americans learned in school that the New Deal, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s sweeping response to the Great Depression, was a turning point in U.S. history. For 90 years, the progressive projects and reforms collected under … Continue reading A bonanza of fool’s gold
Please have a quick look at this (less than two minutes long) video ... ... from the US newsmagazine programme, 60 Minutes. Now, BlueDot is a Canadian company and amongst its clients are the Government of Canada: ... so, in addition to the Canadian military reports, which were made in early January, someone in the … Continue reading It’s time for a change
Following on from yesterday, and as I approach my next birthday (my 80th birthday is only a couple of years away) I have had recent occasion to reexamine some of my core beliefs. First, over the last 77+ years, I have lived and worked all over the world. One thing I learned is that ALL … Continue reading What matters
Recent comments by Conservative MP and leadership candidate Deek Sloan have caused quite a stir: Mr Sloan has tried to explain that his remarks were not based on Dr Theresa Tams' sex or race but, rather, on her actions during the COVID-19 emergency when she appeared to be too strenuous in toeing the WHO and … Continue reading Not racist, just dumb
I see that Saskatchewan is the first province to announce its plan to reopen. According to a report in the Globe and Mail, "Saskatchewan has laid out a detailed, comprehensive plan to reopen its economy, the first province in the country to do so ... [and] ...The plan, laid out in five phases, will start … Continue reading The first plan