He Is In Danger

He is in danger when at prayer He is in danger everywhere He is in danger in his car He is in danger from the law He is in danger in the skies He is in danger when he flies He is in danger at the store He is in danger in a war He… Read more »

Editorial—Rolling Polling

There was some big news today in that the NDP party has pulled ahead of the UCP party in voting intentions, according to major pollster, Angus Reid.  This comes with the standard caveats, that the poll is a limited sample of people and, more damning, comes from their online pollster forums, meaning self-selection bias is… Read more »

Dear Barb—Dating Despite Disease

Dear Barb: My boyfriend and I have been dating for two years.  Our relationship was beginning to fall apart before the pandemic, and we were considering breaking up.  We are not happy and don’t get along well, but we are both reluctant to break up because of COVID-19.   How would we meet someone new?  Neither… Read more »

Dear Barb—Stubborn Problems

Dear Barb: My husband and I have been married 10 years.  We are mostly happy, but when we disagree it’s colossal!  I feel my husband is very stubborn or resistant to most things I suggest.  Even if I point out something that is totally logical and well thought out, he still disagrees.  For example, last… Read more »

Tools for School and Work

Studying, working, and family commitments can be a handful.  Having a good routine and organizer is essential to help us remember and keep track of important tasks, dates, and commitments.  Here are some useful tools for both school, work, and family commitments! Trello Trello is a project management tool where you can create tasks and… Read more »

Dear Barb—A Marriage of COVIDness?

Dear Barb: This is going to sound like a crazy thing to do in the middle of a pandemic, but my boyfriend and I want to get married.  It’s crazy because we just met when the pandemic started, so we’ve been together ever since.  Obviously, we haven’t been socializing with very many people because we… Read more »

Editorial—Get in Line

So it seems our COVID-19 journey may be coming to an end over the next several months, with news in a couple of provinces about the first rounds of a vaccine for COVID-19 to be administered in January.  This seems like a remarkably short time for a vaccine to go from initial stages to completion,… Read more »

Editorial—The Triage of Liberty

We’re back, and what did we come back into? At the moment I’m writing this, former vice-president, Joe Biden has the lead in four of the six states left uncalled, with the current voting trend favoring him. Upcoming remain the court battles, and then, if we allow the cynic in me full reign, the real… Read more »

Women of Interest—Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933-2020) spent five decades fighting all manners of inequality and changed the world in far too many ways to be included in this short article.  Ginsburg was nominated by President Bill Clinton as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States in 1993 and held the position until her… Read more »