April showers are supposed to bring May flowers, yet here we are, three days into May, and the rains continue with little sign of the flowers. Over lunch on a very cold and rainy May Day, a friend and I Continue reading Finding those May flowers
Finance Minister Vic Fedeli introduced the Conservative government’s first budget last week by saying: “The cornerstone of putting people first is consumer choice and convenience.” For Doug Ford’s Conservatives, this seems to translate mostly into relaxing the rules about the Continue reading A place to grow?
April 1st saw another round of changes by Doug Ford’s government. Here is a look at just a couple of them, one of them decidedly more serious than the other. In January 2018, the provincial Liberal government introduced what it Continue reading April Fool’s, Doug Ford style
Two back to back encounters on the weekend had me thinking about the recent announcements about education “reform” from Doug Ford’s government for the people. First, was a conversation I had with my seven-year-old grandson. He was playing a game Continue reading Education for the people?