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Corbella: Link Byfield was a humble man of faith and many gifts

My favourite personal anecdote about Link Byfield occurred in June 2003, just days after Alberta Report magazine folded. I called Link, who had been the influential magazine’s editor and publisher since 1985, to commiserate and ask him if he’d meet me for lunch. 628 more words

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Arab: If we'd saved like Norway, we wouldn't be talking about tax hikes

The love-hate relationship Canadians have with the price of gas was most poetically expressed in a song lyric by the Winnipeg band, the Weakerthans.

A driver is stalled in the turning lane muttering to himself; when he “hears the price of gas,” he says, “‘I hate Winnipeg.’” 613 more words

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