2022 saw more turbulence and turmoil in the economy, politics, environmental catastrophes, business struggles, and poverty than we have seen in decades. Read More
London is about to enter a crucial election, and yet the public mood feels flat.
The best thing about social media may be its endless catalogue of hypocrisy.
So much has changed in the COVID generation that millions remain uncertain as to how to proceed into the future. Politics, corporatism, health care, education, community viability – the list of notable things in trouble is vast. And now, almost overnight, it’s time to add social media to the endangered list. The frenetic actions of […]
This year’s United Nation’s Climate Change Conference (COP27) opens in Cairo Sunday and continues for two weeks, but all that hot air is less important than the single fact that Luiz Inácio (Lula) da Silva narrowly won the Brazilian presidency last Sunday.
Canada’s first year-round shopping centre — considered so because of its covered walkways — opened in Hamilton in 1955, just as I was arriving from Scotland at five years of age.
This wasn’t what I was expecting.