COLUMN — The health care crisis is bad enough, but now there’s a crisis in hair care — John DeCicco has closed the doors on more than half a century of barbering. 662 more words
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COLUMN — Despite urgings from the City to use the “zipper merge technique” during the now-daily traffic jams crossing the Overlanders Bridge, my observations Thursday morning suggest most drivers are reluctant to button up their politeness and go for it. 685 more words
COLUMN — With a couple of exceptions, the much-anticipated traffic snafu at Overlanders Bridge has turned out to be a non-event.
(Please do note: the correct name of the bridge is Overlanders, not Overlander — the bridge is named for a group of gold seekers who traveled from Fort Garry over the Rockies and down the North Thompson River to Kamloops in 1862.) 554 more words
COLUMN — I read this week about Saguenay, Quebec where the council has been told to stop reciting the Lord’s Prayer at its meetings. The Supreme Court has ruled it violates religious liberties. 770 more words
COLUMN — Let me tell what it feels like to lose your family doctor.
It sucks. It feels like you’ve lost a good friend, a member of the family. 697 more words
COLUMN — I happened to be in the dinner lineup with the minister of health at a fundraising event last night, so I asked him about a letter I received yesterday from the government. 526 more words