Virtually every system and process around us is broken, and we’re either too broken to realize it, or we’re so grateful it’s not 2020 that we’ve stopped striving for 2019.
Resignation is a part of life. From not being promoted to snow storms to rotting food in the fridge. My son left a job in Montreal in July. He was attempting to fly from Montreal to Toronto to London. The flight to London was canceled and his luggage was lost. We had to drive to YYZ to pick him up. The luggage was delivered to our home in London in 2 days. I was happy to see the ArriveCan canceled. I think the liberals would have continued it if Poilievre had not won the conservative leadership. At least we had a great summer, the best in years. I got my first tan in 2 years. Have a nice day.
Thank you. I did subscribe after reading your reporting and acknowledging you and True North are the best ones out there. I look forward to seeing you daily, and of course, all the others. I did buy the book, didn’t put it down until finished. Excellent balanced work. You provide an invaluable service to journalism in its truest form…I like your humour too.
I was talking with a small-business owner recently. His business, despite being retail, had survived the lock-downs our provincial government had chosen to impose. But he said he's not sure about the future, because of the debt the business has taken on. I have to wonder if the damage done to all sorts of things over the last 2.5 years is only starting to really manifest. I hope I'm wrong. Inflation is now a pretty undeniable cost of government actions over the last few years. Is a major recession far behind?