In 1927, section 24 of the British North America Act – at the time, Canada’s Constitution and therefore its highest law – said that only “qualified persons” could be appointed to the Senate. Until this time, the government had interpreted Continue reading Iron in our souls
When I was in Sault Ste. Marie last week, I was taken to Giovanni’s Restaurant for dinner. Immediately upon pulling into the parking lot, I could see that it was the place to be; even at 5:30 on a Thursday Continue reading More than just the food
In a mere .63 of a second, Google popped up 161,000,000 results in response to my search for “woman abuse prevention month,” which began on November 1st. As I glanced through the offerings, I noticed one thing right away: shelters, Continue reading No time like the present
Singer-songwriter Carsie Blanton’s music and writing, as I have written here before, have given me hope and inspiration over the past 20+ months. Whether she makes me laugh or cry, she always makes me think. Like other performers, Carsie is Continue reading Carsie says . . .