Today, the Digital Religion conference, put together by Canada’s Marketing Magazine in the Sheraton Centre in Toronto, is taking place. Marketers from all over the northeastern corner of North America are gathering to gain new insights, from slides featuring green and blue cubes floating against
Do the anti-sex-ed protesters in Ontario think that, if people just stop talking about sex, no one will have sex any more?
Alright, so that’s a bit of a quote out of context. What Rep. Steve King of Iowa really wrote this month was in response to citizenship as a birthright in the United States. If you’re born in the United States, you’re a citizen, and it’s
The McDonald’s Corporation invites me to search for locations of its restaurants by street, town or country. Let’s search for Belgium. USA! USA! USA! USA! I must wipe off the remnants of this solitary jingoism, this isolationist melange, this je ne sais quoi. I shall
Overhead on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio this week: “I think that it’s part of being Canadian: we show our Canadian pride by being reserved about and humble about our pride…. The fact that we’re humble rings true. We’re so humble we shy away from regularly
And listen well! (“Winston Churchill” by Oscar Nemon on the grounds of the Halifax Memorial Library in Halifax, Nova Scotia)
The Bishop Marrocco-Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School issued an invitation to comic Dawn Whitwell to participate in its new anti-bullying program, but revoked the invitation yesterday, after it found out that Whitwell is a lesbian.
The St. Joseph Catholic Secondary School in Cornwall, Ontario has banned rainbows out of fear that rainbows could encourage students to become gay. The school also took money from an unofficial student group seeking to fund a GLBT support line, and gave the money to a Catholic organization instead.
Bob Gustafson of Working Waterfront reports this week that fisheries officials in Canada are pulling together a coalition to promote a permanent ban on oil drilling in the Georges Bank that lies offshore in the Gulf of Maine, south of Nova Scotia and southeast of
T-Shirt Monster is a Canadian company that prints graphic designs on t-shirts and ships them out to customers on demand. For every t-shirt that T-Shirt Monster sells, the person who came up with the graphic design on the shirt gets a commission, making the print-on-demand
Best spam received today: notification that I’ve been invited to be featured in the next publication of Who’s Who in Canada. I’d really rather appear on the pages of Who’s Who in Majorca.