“Yes!” I said jubilantly to myself on Monday morning, as I scrolled through the news on my phone in my physiotherapist’s waiting room. My enthusiasm was directed at Superior Court Justice Belobaba’s decision to overturn the provincial government’s now-infamous Bill Continue reading Notwithstanding. . .
In July 2015, Cameron McCaw had sexual intercourse with a woman when he was extremely intoxicated. Of his own volition, he had consumed a large amount of alcohol, marijuana and a “date rape” drug. Mr. McCaw’s trial begins in Toronto Continue reading How drunk is too drunk?
Last week, as I was heading to bed, I glanced out the front window and saw what I thought was lightning off to the left. There did not seem to be a storm, but a couple of seconds later, more Continue reading When I’m 64
As children and teachers head back to school, Doug Ford’s government is entering its 10th week in office. It has been an alarmingly busy 10 weeks, with Ford moving swiftly to implement a number of his most high-profile campaign promises Continue reading Ford week 10 check-up