Category Archives: Canadian Counterpunch
Well, well. What have we here? A Venezuelan priest — and member of the right-wing opposition — receiving a cheque via Wells Fargo, from Canada of all places? Yup. And he was exposed by someone on the same political side … Continue reading
If you’re hoping that the myriads of corruptos named in the Panama Papers will be brought to justice, Switzerland has some bad news for you: Switzerland has sentenced a former bank IT employee referred to as the “Edward Snowden of … Continue reading
Since I’m feeling alienated today, I figured I might as well dance to it: I used to run, I used to hide…I will not hide…I’m gonna find my way to fight…
Many years ago, when I was a j-school student, I got interviewed by the Globe and Mail, for an internship I didn’t get. At the time, it was cause for some chagrin: a plum big-city reporting job, missed! What made … Continue reading
So. This happened. It’s not that I wasn’t expecting it to happen. Given the overall ineptitude of the Crown’s prosecution, and the ugly predilections of the judge as revealed in a previous (and very similar) case, it was pretty easy … Continue reading
Spot the difference! PS: I’m sure the full house has nothing to do with this. At all.
You knew this was coming, right? “Great big blueberries, THAT BIG!”
“37% of the French think that the perpetrator of a rape is less responsible if the victim is wearing a sexy outfit. “20% think that ‘no’ often means ‘yes’. “30% of those between the ages of 18 and 24 say … Continue reading
Oh, snap. On a day when the House of Commons voted overwhelmingly to criminalize peaceful protests against an apartheid regime, a university took a popular stand against its most prominent alum. That’s gotta hurt!