The life and death of John George Dryden Diefenbaker (George) is nothing short of tragic, but arguably, inspiring. Imagine, at 42-years of age, learning your life has been a lie. That’s what happened […]
I’m flying into Los Angeles in a few hours, and I’m going to give Hollywood the big middle finger as I drive by, because there is absolutely NOTHING they could produce that […]
“It takes a village (of Saskatchewan taxpayers) to raise a startup”: 7 Reasons Giving $3Mil to Skip the Dishes Was a Terrible Idea.
I love Skip the Dishes. Use(d) it all the time. Restaurants have a love/hate relationship with Skip. Those that love it claim it has drastically increased their take-out business. Others aren’t so thrilled, […]
Updated: just heard from a bunch of you that this is a provincial issue, not local to Saskatoon. Edited the title and added those thoughts below. April 26, 2016: updated again at […]
If your kid is going to school in a classroom that resembles a janitorial closet, you don’t care how the new school in your area is being built. I get it. Overcrowded […]
What Do Bernie Sanders & #yqr MP Erin Weir Have In Common? One Staffer, & Neither Have An Office in Regina.
April 21, 2016: Updated with Erin Weir’s response at the bottom, and Tom Lukiwski’s office’s response. A friend in Regina was looking for help with her family’s immigration papers. “Just go to your MP’s office,” […]
The NDP are no stranger to using political power as a commodity. Their biggest problem lately is that a political party has to have influence, in order to put it up for sale. […]
Preface: yes, I will get to union donations and third party advertising, but first, corporate donations deserve their own scrutiny. Here’s what corporate donations look like since Saskatchewan saw a change of government in 2007. […]
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is in big trouble. The Ontario Liberals, which she leads, have been caught trading their governmental powers for cash. At the end of March, the Toronto Star revealed that […]
April 18, 2016: Please see update at the bottom of this post. When I went to school, we had Fire Drills. A noisy, but usually exciting affair. The alarm was violently loud. After […]