Monthly Archives: June 2012

To avoid the jabberwocky, vigilance is required

It continues to amaze me that such a rigidly formalized rite as the quasi-judicial Enbridge environmental review hearings can pack such an emotional punch, and jab with such dignified persistence at the towering realms of power represented by three human … Continue reading

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In the drift

My father is a geologist—now long retired. As children, with my mother and sisters we sometimes travelled with him on summer-long field expeditions into the wild and black-fly ridden lakes and muskegs of northern Ontario and Quebec. Three kids crammed … Continue reading

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