Years ago, I lived in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, just down the road a piece from the hamlet of Pereaux, and not much further from the villages of Habitant and Canard. These community names, of course, are French, though this is not at all a French-speaking area. Beyond these settlements lay a large lowland that we called “The Flats,” Continue reading “Historical ghosts in Acadia”
Everything I know about a cover-up of the cause of the crash of Swissair 111 in September of 1998, the second worst air disaster in Canadian history, I learned from Tom Juby. When I first met Tom, it was about a year after that crash near Nova Scotia’s Continue reading “Swissair 111: the cover-up of an airline disaster”
Recently, there have been reports in some of the media saying that young people are now more stressed than before and are having more mental health issues than ever. Various reasons for this are proposed, including the addiction to social media. I won’t Continue reading “A Street Cat and a Sad Song”
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Every Wednesday I meet with a bunch of guys to hear one of them or a speaker they Continue reading “The Dutchman”