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Surprised by Joy in the Midst of Sorrow

Three months ago my wife and I finished a 2000 piece puzzle showing the Brooklyn Bridge with downtown Manhattan in the background. As jigsaws go, one of the tougher ones we have ever attempted because the evening sky involved six… Continue Reading →

What’s In It For Me?

So US and Canadian negotiators have reached a so-called last-minute trade deal meant to overhaul the current NAFTA. After months of gut-wrenching, politically-rife, in-your-face talks, both sides have reached a drop-dead point where they are ready to take 100 pages… Continue Reading →

Life Behind the Wall

I have just returned from my bi-annual visit to a large correction centre in Washington State. As one of a team of thirty-five volunteers for Kairos Prison Ministries, I go in to work with a group of inmates who espouse… Continue Reading →

Nomination in Trouble?

A week in politics and anything can happen, so the old apothegm goes. No truer words when it comes to the ongoing Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Kavanaugh in Washington, DC. As a avid political watcher, I have spent several… Continue Reading →

One Monstrously Fine Day

I have always tried to live by the motto that each day is to be lived to its fullest in order to appreciate its value. The Bible exhorts us to rejoice in the day the Lord has made regardless of… Continue Reading →

A Court Ruling with Interesting Implications

For the past four months the Regina Park or Camp Namegan has been attracting a lot of public attention when it comes to the plight of the homeless. Under the controversial and often intemperate ¬†leadership of self-acclaimed activist, Kristi Brett,… Continue Reading →

China on the Rise

China’s economy, since the late 1970s, has been often compared to a giant roller-coaster ride with many dips, swings and rises as it rapidly moves towards greater global prominence. Two major political engines, during this extraordinary period of growth, play… Continue Reading →

Knowing the Full Story

There is a guy in my lawn bowling club who is a definite mover and shaker. If something has to be done in terms of a work project, Rod’s the man to get it done. Woe to anyone who gets… Continue Reading →

Things Heating up for the Fall

I haven’t had much to say about the world of sports these days because my mind has been on other matters infinitely more important. But that all could be changing as my summer reading concludes, the outdoor bowling season ends,… Continue Reading →

Not Sure Who the Hero Really Is?

Not a bad first effort at producing a fast-paced wartime tale about life inside a Nazi concentration camp. Keith has obviously done her homework in trying to recreate the tumultuous background necessary for appreciating this wartime drama. Life in Holland,… Continue Reading →

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