Baranyai: Immigration might resolve France’s pension protests
France has a reputation for fashion, fine wine, and nearly constantly being on strike.
Cornies: Remember when there was nothing easier than changing a lightbulb?
A few weeks ago, I flipped the light switch in our kitchen and found that one of the five mini floodlights above the counter had burned out. Fair enough, I thought. I hadn’t had to change any of those halogen bulbs since they were installed during a kitchen renovation about 12 years ago, but then […]
Dyer: Alliances are back, and so are their risks
Alliances are as old as civilization.
Cornies: Chapel move a step in recalling London’s real Black history
Organizers of the Fugitive Slave Chapel’s move from Grey Street to Fanshawe Pioneer Village didn’t quite hit their target of getting it done “before the snow flies.” But close enough.
Pearson: Polarized Canada needs to find common ground
Perhaps we just can’t do it anymore. Canadians have spent the last 155 years disagreeing about everything. What else can we expect from a country of 10 provinces, three territories, more than 200 languages, 15 religions (more if you count indigenous spirituality, which we should), and an endless array of political opinions? Author Northrop Frye […]
Sims: It’s getting ominous out there again
Something that Middlesex-London’s acting medical officer of health said Monday sent a little bit of a chill through the usual media briefing. “Not yet,” said Alex Summers, when he was asked if he’s considering imposing smaller gathering limits in the region in the coming weeks. Oh no. The tone, I fear, was a little ominous […]