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  • It’s fine when it’s the Virgin Mary

    There, I can pass the time looking at art old and new, with an almost consistent result of learning something new about the place I am visiting ...

  • The political path of separation, in Scotland’s wake

    In reading the Canadian news media online, I saw a great many references and reflections on Canada’s own separatist issues, i.e., in Quebec. The ...

  • Harper is clearly out of touch

    News reports quoted Stephen Harper as saying the young woman’s death should be viewed as a crime and not as a “sociological phenomenon. We should ...

  • The lengths we’ll go for that magical moment

    My friends know that I have a passion for preserving food, and my pantry has been filling up with season bounties: jams, chutney, salsa and so ...

  • It’s summer, and time to think about snow

    You might be forgiven for thinking that similar weather was coming again, given the unseasonably cool temperatures. More than a few friends have ...

  • Castles in the sea

    This weekend we decided on the spur of the moment to visit Cape Spear in the early evening and we were lucky enough to catch several icebergs ...

  • Invisible women

    What may surprise readers is the fact that the girls had been taken from their school on April 15 while they sat for exams. It’s only been in the ...

  • Time to put the gifts on pause?

    Don’t get me wrong: I love chocolate, and the higher the quality, the better it is. My child’s Easter candy (and usually Halloween too) was safe, ...

  • 32 years of equality for all

    His commentary included this trenchant observation: “Women didn’t get the vote until 1920. That means American democracy is 94 years old. There ...

  • Ukraine: a proud and slightly confusing country

    Unrest is a rather bland word to use in capturing the collapse of a country’s political system, the threat of invasion, and the percolating risk ...