Distracting a Pre-Occupied Mind. COVID-19 Edition

As any long time reader of this blog will know, I like spreadsheets. We’re in a pandemic, which if it wasn’t all so darned apocalyptic, is like super exciting for number nerds. So I’ve got a thread going on Twitter over the past week and it’s been fun. And again, by fun I mean, a […]

Yup, First Nations should have a veto.

There has to be a ‘Get to No’. Addendum: A day later I read this piece in Maclean’s. I highly recommended reading it…. before or after you read my opinion, of course. 🙂 As the protests and blockades in support of the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs opposed to the TC Energy Coastal Gas Link pipeline have […]

On Wet’suwet’en: The Deafening Silence of Cowardice.

I seem to write about this kind of thing a lot. I have always been disappointed by the cowardice of politicians and there is unfortunately no lack of examples today in Canada or around the world. The Wet’suwet’en and Coastal Gas Link pipeline issue rolls on as the RCMP remove indigenous people from their territory, […]