Archives for November 2015

The heart of a liberal

Like a flash, the election is over and we have turned from a Conservative government to a Liberal. I guess that’s my excuse for reminiscing about political journeys, for countries, for movements and for individuals. For example, we all voted for our choice of MP, but we both knew and were told we were voting […]

Demographics on the move

Taking a cab ride in Saskatoon can be very instructive. The driver is clearly well-educated and curious about what you are doing in town. Turns out he’s from Bangladesh, has an MBA, and is moonlighting to help fund his grocery store start up that caters to the tastes of a South Asian neighbourhood. There’s an […]