March 17, 2004  
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JLC hits the big time

Now that the John Labatt Centre has had some time to settle into its London home and residents have had time to get used to the fact there is a huge new venue in town, it’s time to take a look at what the JLC has added to the Forest City.

“Fair and balanced?” Not likely

What the Shuk?

People like to discuss their jobs, so it’s no surprise journalists like writing about journalism. I guess the next logical step as a journalist is writing a column about journalists writing about journalism — but now I’m so confused I need a nap and possibly a hot toddy.

Adrienne Clarkson, a new standard for waste

From the Far Lane

It doesn’t take long for someone watching Canada’s Gov. Gen., Adrienne Clarkson, to practically smell the arrogance she exudes. Nor does it take much thought for one to realize how useless and wasteful her position is to the country.

Stronach the tonic for Canada

Ad Nauseam

When Belinda Stronach entered the race to be leader of the newly merged Conservative Party of Canada almost two months ago, she was immediately ripped apart by the media and party stalwarts on her political inexperience, scripted and wooden media responses, and perhaps most crucially, her inability to speak French.




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