Three timeless articles of faith are reinforced across the entertainment industry, for better or worse: true love prevails; believe in yourself; and friendship conquers all. Read More
If we could speak to our ancestors, we would hear of other moments in history when it felt as though the sun was setting on the human journey. I recall my grandmother telling me as we walked an Edinburgh, Scotland, street that the entire nation felt as though their historic run was ending when the […]
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.
I would like to thank Ron Reesor and Norm Fowler for their letters to the editor critiquing my last column. Critics keep believers honest, and I thought they both made good points.
If nothing else, the senseless tragedy of a mass shooting should be an inflection point. One might expect a radical rethinking of access to guns, such as followed: the deadly attack on a Norwegian summer camp; the live-streamed massacre in Christchurch, New Zealand; the Tasmanian massacre that prompted Australia’s mandatory buyback; or the Hungerford and […]
Boards of directors, not governments, must prevent scandals like Hockey Canada’s
The breakthrough in Ukraine is happening now, but in slow motion.