Letters

Restoring universities to the original mission 

May 16, 2024   ·   0 Comments

by FRANK STRONACH About a month from now, hundreds of thousands of students in cap and gown will attend graduation ceremonies on university campuses across ...

The Mother of All Feedbacks?

by GWYNNE DYER “Just like this year, last year the heat wave extended from parts of India to Bangladesh and Myanmar, and all the way ...

Your permanent record

by BRIAN LOCKHART There are few things that are dreaded more when you’re in elementary school than when a teacher glares at you and says, ...

Losing more than a shoe stuck in the mud

by MARK PAVILONS “Difficulties in life are intended to make us better, not bitter.” – Dan Reeves We all feel stuck at some point in ...

Homes Away from Home

by BROCK WEIR Taking a leaf out of some of our historic documents in the past, I’m writing this in two parts. It rarely fails ...

Trade apprenticeships: pathways to prosperity and happiness 

by FRANK STRONACH A new survey last week showed young Canadians were among the least happy group of people in the country based on age ...

The second time as farce

by GWYNNE DYER “History repeats itself – the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce,” said Karl Marx. He was talking about European ...

When in Rome

by BRIAN LOCKHART When in Rome, do as the Romans do. That’s an old saying with some common sense. It means when visiting another place, ...

Gambling is enshrined in our lives

by MARK PAVILONS It’s been said that everything’s a gamble in life. All the best gamblers quit when they’re ahead. It’s funny, this obsession of ...

Leaving homes to wither on the vine

by BROCK WEIR Until very recently, I thought my days as a commuter were over. For the last decade or so, I’ve lived fairly close ...

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