Quebeckers are sick of Steven Harper and have found a bastion of hope and progressive policy that is relatively new to them. They have found hope for Canada in the federal NDP lead by Jack Layton.
Like many Saskatoon music-listeners, I first heard Shuyler Jansen play at Amigos Cantina after he relocated here from Edmonton, leaving behind his alt-country band Old Reliable.
We have a responsibility to participate in democracy and to vote (or else actively work to find another system of government). I could be wrong, but I think Canadians still value democracy.
Michael Ignatieff is back — but for how long? And where the hell was he all this time?
Curling is one of those rare sports that strikes the perfect balance between exercise and standing around shooting the shit.
Will the power vacuum caused by the revolution allow the Muslim Brotherhood to ascend to power, and, if it does, what would that mean? Should we fear the Muslim Brotherhood?
Drew Davies has been writing and playing music in Saskatoon for well over a decade. In that time, Davies' band Linus Hemmingway put on numerous bizarre, magnetic shows at venues like the Cosmo Senior Centre, Amigos and the Jazz Bassment, inadvertently helping sculpt the local indie scene around it.
Eggnog is that rare drink which successfully combines the flavours of cinnamon, nutmeg, rum, raw egg and sugar.
I can't help but think that “Lest We Forget” means that we are obliged to honour, but also to try and comprehend, the sacrifice that many made (and continue to make) for their country by choosing or being conscripted to go to war.
I don't usually indulge in this kind of analysis but 'tis the season for musings on the carnal, the bizarre, the horrible and the gross. So here's an analysis of vomit and why we are obsessed with it as a culture.