Tag Archives: Canada

And Just in Case You’re Feeling Smug about Winter

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In Dreams, a Lychee is Not a Lychee; It’s…

Stephen Lecce (November 26, 1986) My mind is playing pun tricks on me again, mainly because I’m not particularly interested in looking at a minor politician in the Ontario Parliament. But the Universe must have a different purpose, here. So, … Continue reading

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The Day I Learned My Mother was A Tigress

A Day Billy Bingleman Will Never Forget This might seem a strange story to share from 1957 (65 years ago). I was walking up the long hill from school and got accosted by Billy, whose dad owned the gas station … Continue reading

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It’s Not Only in the States:

White Supremacy When you are a white Anglo Saxon Protestant male it is very difficult to accurately gauge how someone else (who is not) feels. I’ve tackled this subject matter before, but it is becoming more obvious every day that … Continue reading

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I Wand-ered Lonely as a Cloud

Four of Wands This was the first card turned over in my impromptu reading from Susan’s cousin. I have puzzled over this for almost two months. How does this apply to my life, now? Hmm. More information required. No. I … Continue reading

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The New Canadian Leader of His Majesty’s Opposition

Pierre Poilievre (June 3, 1979) Honestly, people, this man is just nine months older than my youngest child. (And my cousin, John, is concerned that Pierre Poilievre is being referred to as ‘Pee Pee’…) Why are political leaders allowed to … Continue reading

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All’s Fair in Love and War…

And Politics To my mind, politics has become a very messed up business, especially in the United States. Now, Canada and the United Kingdom are not immune to some silliness every so often, but the process by which the Prime … Continue reading

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The Church Gave Explorers a Legal Justification in 1452:

The Doctrine of Discovery Yesterday, during Pope Francis’ public mass in Quebec, a banner was raised in silent protest. So, here’s the question: if the Pope rescinds the Doctrine of Discovery (effectively taking away the authority to conquer lands and … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Comes to Canada

Pilgrimage of Penance (July 24 – 29, 2022) Hopefully, the energy of a Papal apology for the Residential School scandal will show up on the ‘event’ chart: Yes, that works: the Moon being inconjunct to Pluto is perfect. Moon Inconjunct … Continue reading

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Two Strikes and You’re Out?

Patrick Brown (May 26, 1978) Would you buy a used car from this man? Patrick Brown has been ejected from the federal Conservative Party’s leadership race for ‘irregularities’. Hmm. This happened once before when he was the leader of the … Continue reading

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