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Jonathan Goldstein: On wandering the library in search of an author to plot one's life

Sunday. 9:30 a.m. Being an adult is hard.

This is the only excuse I have for forgetting to renew my driver’s licence. For the past two years. 533 more words


Day 6 for July 19: The half-dozen most interesting facts and figures Brent Bambury found this week

Each week, CBC Radio’s Brent Bambury collects six of the oddest and most interesting news items for you to peruse. This week: London’s worst evaders of its congestion charge, shooting porn in a church and a sleepover at the Museum of Natural History in New York City. 188 more words


What is the ‘confidence gap’ and how can it impact my career?

Yesterday I heard an interesting interview on CBC Radio’s The Current with journalists/authors Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, whose new book, …

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Jonathan Goldstein: Embrace embarrassment, don't sit through bad movies and a few other tips for existing in the world

Saturday. 12:20 p.m. Existence: Maybe not for everybody?

Some might have excelled, really found their niche, remaining unborn. Unborn and pure. Never cheating on their income tax. 518 more words


Ridiculous, apocalyptic scaremongering by Canadian Green Party leader

In a discussion about pipelines and energy policy on the CBC’s radio program The House yesterday, Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, spoke of a horror so freaking unspeakable that Canadians haven’t even been told about it yet, so gut-wrenchingly gruesome that she did not want to describe it, so certain-end-of-life doomsday that she couldn’t “go there” 431 more words