Should a home seller be obliged to reveal that the lovely 4-bedroom with a 2-car garage on half acre just also happened to be the place where previous tenants were brutally murdered? 751 more words
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In 1911, when the hangman finally drank himself to death, Ottawa had a problem.
Toronto native John Radclive had been Canada’s public executioner for years. Despite his habit of consuming quantities of alcohol that startled his hard-drinking contemporaries, starting a riot in Hull when he announced to a packed tavern that he had “come to hang a Frenchman, and hoped it would not be the last,” and “altogether expressed himself in ways that show him to be a person of coarse temperament,” he had reliably showed up at jails across Canada, built gallows where none existed and sent one convict after another into eternity, year after year. 879 more words
OTTAWA — Do you think the Senate should publish details about how its members spend public money?
So do we.
The Upper Chamber, however, seems to think otherwise — despite promises to be more open and transparent in the wake of an ongoing spending scandal that has so far resulted in criminal charges against three of its own. 486 more words
Full disclosure: I am a native Oregonian and take extra pride in products from my home state.
Double full disclosure: I had a loose idea of the order I was going to drink these beers in. 168 more words