Kerry Diotte is my Minister of Parliament (MP). He is my representative in Ottawa. He is the person I go to in hopes of having a national voice to air my opinions on the state of the country in which I live. Recently, my MP attended and spoke at a rally organized by an alt-right website. … Continue reading Enabling hate
24 Sussex. Usually, a snow laden quiet tranquility covered the home of the Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper. But not today. But not today the heck at all. Today was the day. The day that ended days. The day that days called for reference to see if what they were seeing was true when it … Continue reading Stephen Harper Fan Fiction
On Halloween The Registry Theatre in Kitchener (Onterrible) hosted Sassy Rays' Tales From The Strypt and the two went together like scared and sexy screams. Hosted by Randy Johnston and featuring a bevy of humorous, seductive and scary teases, the night was wonderballs. A perfect mixture of humour, horror, sensuality — all with a thriller … Continue reading Sassy Ray’s Halloween Burlesque at the Registry Theatre
During a recent canoe trip down the North Saskatchewan River I had a rather interesting experience. While eating lunch on the river bank, a beaver swam by with a big-juicy-leafy-branch and I joked that if it wanted, there was a seat open by me. Well, it stopped swimming as I said this and turned towards … Continue reading Eating with a beaver – OR – My lunch with Marcus
My father, Larry Wilkie, has been family tree building for a while. Every once in a while, he comes across something neat. We chat about it. It's fun stuff. In the past year, he met up with some relative who have been doing the same as he, just on the other side of country. In … Continue reading The Western Wilkies
A hidden Canadian treasure.