3 Things I’m Tired of Hearing about the Keystone Pipeline

The key to good writing is beginning with several disclaimers, right? (Where is sarcasm font when you need it?) Nonetheless, I have some disclaimers. First, for my handful of readers who live outside Canada, this post may not be for you. Second, I’ve spent a lot of my career at an energy company (long known …

Continue reading 3 Things I’m Tired of Hearing about the Keystone Pipeline

Finding gratitude in dinner table debates

Earlier in the year, I was in a class where discussion turned to a sensitive topic. As various Canadians’ views of the issue were dissected, I saw one of my classmates become upset. I asked her during the class break if she wanted to talk. Her family lives in a similar region of the country …

Continue reading Finding gratitude in dinner table debates