He is being accused of what Canadian legislation now defines as Barbaric Cultural Practices because of what he looks like and people are uncomfortable with the clothes his wife chooses to wear.
There is a whole lot of middle ground between what is blatantly untrue and what has been proven in the eyes of the law.
I wrote a blog post earlier, but I have some more things to say. I apologize if you are feeling over-saturated with this. For me, personally, this has been a strange time to work at CBC. * * * I was interviewed for my first job here by a panel of women. My first producer […]
I keep wanting to write about how I feel betrayed. Betrayed as a listener and betrayed as a fellow broadcaster. I guess to an extent I’m doing that now.
This is like finding out your parents are getting a divorce and mom is suing dad for $50 million.
I’m not a fan of covering crime for its own sake. I understand people are interested in the details, but there’s a lot of crime and it would be easy to fill our days with gory details of shootings and murders from around the world. Not much public value in that. At the same time, there […]
A tutorial in how to make a hip-hop mashup with very few musical or technical skills at all.
“Yesterday, I fixed that old steam radiator. Threaded a new valve into the side, removed the handle from the base, unscrewed the packing nut from the stem. This subpar toolbox only had one wrench, so I was lucky it was a three-quarters or I’d have been screwed. “By the time I was done, this 100-year-old piece […]
Grief isn’t a zero-sum game.
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