The Ghomeshi affair had been jogging my brain. It was an interesting read – but what did it have to do with me? Nothing – or so I thought.
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It has been three months since the federal election and a change in government. I admit that I am getting some bad vibes – and I am afraid. The election results were definitive. Four more years. Should our community stand up now or should we roll over as usual? Let’s talk about it.
For the first time in Canada’s history, a Prime Minister has stood tall in support of Israel and the Jewish community. That Prime Minister is Stephen Harper.
For many of us, this is a terrifying reminder of the years leading up to the Holocaust when many ignored the warning signs, looking the other way and pretending that “this too shall pass”.
Given the events of this past week, I am going to take a pass on a blog about the mayoralty race. I was going to talk more about Chow and her comments in the Hong Kong newspapers looking for non-resident landlords’ proxies and/or votes as well as her support for CUPE, and their support of her. As CUPE takes its usual place front and centre in the anti-Israel movement remember that Chow wants to be …
Last September a couple of guys from our Saturday Breakfast Club were complaining about TIFF – the Toronto International Film Festival founded over twenty five years ago by a wonderful and loyal friend, the late Dusty Cohl.
Well, we are almost there! Saturday is the day! I didn’t expect to be as excited as I am. After all, this is my fourth book. But somehow, The Third Hole’s Launch party is going to be different!
TIFF 2013 is being held right in line with the Jewish High holidays. This warrants some discussion among the community.