Letters

Malaysia: change at last

December 1, 2022   ·   0 Comments

by GWYNNE DYER If Anwar Ibrahim had become prime minister of Malaysia in the late 1990s, when he was in his early 50s, instead of ...

Gemba: The real place

by BRIAN LOCKHART Have you ever looked at photos of some far-away tropical beach, or a mountain vista with the peaks mystically pushing out from ...

Bill 23

OUR READERS WRITE Editor As the public cannot help but notice, there has been a lot of news coverage around the introduction of Ontario’s Bill ...

Pave paradise, put up a parking lot

by BRIAN LOCKHART If you are an urban dweller, you probably don’t give a whole lot of thought about rural areas, wetlands, fields, floods,and wildlife. ...

China: 30-Year Rule

by GWYNNE DYER Predictions are tough, especially about the future (as Yogi Berra once said). Moreover, the ‘Iron Laws of Economics’ don’t actually exist: there ...

No place to hide

by BRIAN LOCKHART It’s always been a long-standing thing in movies that criminals “wipe down” the crime scene so they don’t leave finger prints. The ...

Traditions

by BRIAN LOCKHART With Christmas approaching, there are many traditions that go along with the holiday season. A tradition is, of course, something you do, ...

The firing of Don Cherry

by KEITH SCHELL Well, the suits that ran Rogers Sportsnet on November 11, 2019, finally got their way: they finally found an excuse to fire ...

Musk: the benign sociopath

By Gwynne Dyer Elon Musk is that rarest of things, a benign sociopath, and therefore a person of considerable value to the world. He has ...

Why we remember

by BRIAN LOCKHART It was June 6, 1944, when over 150,000 Canadian, British, and American soldiers began the storming of Europe on the beaches of ...

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