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My first town council meeting

Recently the township circulated a letter to area residents informing us that they were holding a zoning meeting to consider [...]

Jul 22, 2008     2 Comments
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Judgment at Nuremberg

This morning I caught the last 45 minutes or so of the court room drama Judgment at Nuremberg. At the [...]

Dec 16, 2007     4 Comments
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Time and colour blindness

Last year, in my blog post Speak your mind even if your voice shakes, I wrote about an incident that [...]

Oct 24, 2007     2 Comments
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Childrens do learn…

U.S. “Education President” George Bush, in looking for continuance of his No Child Left Behind legislation ensured the American people [...]

Sep 27, 2007     2 Comments
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Religious school funding

I admit, I attended Catholic schools right up until high school. When we lived in New York, my mom paid [...]

Sep 24, 2007     5 Comments
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What was the big deal?

Sure, our numbers may be growing but out of a population of 33 million there are only a little more [...]

Sep 18, 2007     3 Comments
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Referendum Ontario

October 10th is election day in my province and I’m happy to see that we’re having a referendum on electoral [...]

Sep 12, 2007     4 Comments
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Softwood

Well, it looks like Canada has made a deal with the US on the ongoing softwood lumber dispute. We’re going [...]

Jul 6, 2006     2 Comments
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Blame the mother

You know it was Pride Week in Toronto when the media starts resurrecting stories postulating the causes of homosexuality. This [...]

Jun 28, 2006     10 Comments
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What’s Wrong

When I was a little girl I believed I lived in a world of moral absolutes. There was right and [...]

Jun 15, 2006     1 Comment
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