Monthly Archives: September 2008

Singing In A Quartet

Tomorrow night, for the first time, I will be practising with an established quartet. I have sung another quartets, and I have really liked the experience. Usually, I have sung the lead part (the melody), but this time. I will … Continue reading

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What Scares Me

What scares me is that my current Conservative MP is a nice guy, a good man about the constituency, and the odds-on favorite to win the next election. This scares me, because in our current political system in Canada, our … Continue reading

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Family news: Shannon Cowan’s novel short-listed

Shannon Cowan’s Young Adult novel, Tin Angel (978-1-897073-68-1), has been Shortlisted for the Canadian Children’s Book Centre’s Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People. This award, which was established in 1988 in memory of the respected historian and … Continue reading

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