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A walk back in Time

I am going to take everyone on a walk back in time. First off I should say that I live in a wonderful corner of the world. 1,090 more words

Common Ground – Canada’s shared narrative and multiplicity of worldviews

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau knows a thing or two about Worldview Intelligence – even if he has yet to hear the term. He built his candidacy, his leadership and his campaign on it and it is embodied in the title of his autobiography: … 941 more words

Worldview Intelligence

The Constitution of England, 1842

Times and Daily Colonial Advertiser, Montreal 8 August 1842, page 2


The Constitution of England – her institutions – her triumphs in arts and arms – and the fact that for centuries, she was the single free state in Europe – are naturally a source of exaltation to her people.  657 more words


The Canadian Indentity

I am going to give you my take on things.

I am from the Province of Nova Scotia. I have always found it amusing to ask this question. 690 more words

Canadian Identity

24 Sussex Dr - an opportunity?

When it was announced that Justin Trudeau would not be moving into 24 Sussex in order to facilitate a desperately needed renovation to the home, a lot of discussion about the Prime Minister’s official residence ensued. 612 more words


"The collective wisdom . . ."

Miranda: Oh, brave new world, that has such people in’t.
The Tempest 5.1.188-9

Portions of Miranda’s line from The Tempest have been used in many ways through the years, most notably – and ironically – as the title of Huxley’s dystopian novel, … 881 more words


I'm One of the 1.4 Million Canadian Citizens Who Can't Vote

I cannot vote in Monday’s election. Together with 1.4 million of my fellow Canadian citizens I was stripped of that seemingly inalienable right with the passage of Bill C-50, the Citizen Voting Act. 49 more words