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    Twenty-Six

    Blog | Elizabeth May | Saturday, 08 Sep 2007
    Earlier this summer, Farley and Claire Mowat lent me a book they had really loved -- Twenty-Six. The author, Leo McKay, Jr., was born and raised in Stellarton, Nova Scotia. His first novel, Like...

    Labour Day

    Blog | Elizabeth May | Monday, 03 Sep 2007
    We drove back to Ottawa, my daughter and I, in our new Prius. Ordinarily, being car-less for so long, we would have flown or taken the train. We have had to fly for the last few years since VIA...

    Home movies from Montebello

    Blog | Elizabeth May | Thursday, 23 Aug 2007
    In case you missed it, here is the Youtube link showing the confrontation at Montebello between Union organizer Dave Coles, President of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union, and three...

    Thoughts from the river

    Blog | Elizabeth May | Wednesday, 15 Aug 2007
    Water was not just splashing; it was being shoveled into my lap as a team of keen, and somewhat inexperienced paddlers set out to conquer the event called the "dragon boat race". The Race on the...

    Prius blog

    Blog | Elizabeth May | Monday, 06 Aug 2007
    As readers of the Globe and Mail will know, I just got my new silver Prius! (I admit, parenthetically, that it is an odd sensation to know that the routine and mundane aspects of my life now seem to...

    Wind Power Flaps

    Blog | Elizabeth May | Monday, 16 Jul 2007
    This last week there have been a number of wind power related controversies. One played out through the blog pages of this web site; another continues to rage in the little village of Pugwash, Nova...

    Pugwash and Hiroshima

    Blog | Elizabeth May | Sunday, 08 Jul 2007
    I’ve spent much of the last few days in Pugwash, Nova Scotia. This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of an historic process that began here at the home of Canadian industrialist Cyrus Eaton. Eaton...

    About Colleen

    Blog | Elizabeth May | Wednesday, 04 Jul 2007
    Adriane Carr has already posted a lovely tribute to our mutual friend, the incomparable activist Colleen McCrory. I know the memorials and accolades will flood in, as they should. The shock is...

    Community Pride Parades

    Blog | Elizabeth May | Sunday, 01 Jul 2007
    My last two Sundays have been all about parades. Last Sunday was the Pride Parade in Toronto; today was the 100th anniversary Canada Day parade in...My last two Sundays have been all about parades....

    Headline Writers

    Blog | Elizabeth May | Saturday, 30 Jun 2007
    Usually I bemoan the fact that headline writers do not always capture the facts of an article in crafting a quick and dirty headline. Stories can be fairly accurate, but messed up by headline...
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