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Spontaneous false memories are a common occurrence. Well intended, honest people often remember scenes they have not actually experienced, or unwittingly replace a detail of an event by another. 914 more words
Okay, lie. Sort of. Jian Ghomeshi didn’t do that.
But in March 2016, getting ready to plot my next post, I discovered that my previously “fave new radio host” – the guy whom I, as a devoted listener, hoped might be taking CBC radio back from decades of redneck government budget-hackers and CBC-haters – seemed suddenly to be tanking at interviews. 1,955 more words
Despite Ontario’s human rights laws being among the broadest in the country, they don’t go far enough, a provincial politician says.
Liberal MPP Nathalie Des Rosiers, formerly a human rights lawyer, has introduced a private member’s bill, 810 more words
When I moved to Ottawa from suburban Scarborough some years ago, my date took me to a well-known, mid-priced restaurant. The food was good, the service friendly. 682 more words