A Canada Day Reflective

We started to see election advertisements as early as May… For an OCTOBER election.. This is insulting. We all need to be left alone for a while from all the nonsense. So turn off the news. Open a book. Open your front door. Find nature. Lose yourself in some fresh air. If someone campaigning comes […]

Canada at 150

     A golden sunrise cast a wide net over the capital on a warm July morning. It was going to be another day of double-digit thermometer readings.  My spouse and I had a wedding to attend that night. There was a nice gap of time between now and the evenings’ festivities.  We decided to […]