Posted in March 2012

Documenting combat journalism

Documenting combat journalism

He just looked at me and shook his head. “This is chaos,” he said. The ‘he’ mentioned on page 184 of The Savage War is the late Jack Layton. I always trusted his words of social responsibility and hope. I think his words here describe not only the novel The Savage War, but also of our … Continue reading

Aren’t these Canadian issues?

Aren’t these Canadian issues?

When I was in primary school, I was asked to do an assignment on my heritage. I went home and asked my mother where our family was from. She gave me all kind of answers from across Europe: Polish, Scottish, Ukrainian. I also remember her mentioning Metis so I listed it among my European heritage. … Continue reading

The end is near

Even if I can’t believe it, the calendar doesn’t lie. But now, I am stuck with the unbelievably time-consuming task of trying to decide what I want to do after I graduate. Usually, things fall into place for me. This has not been happening as much since I have started to find my perfect plan … Continue reading