How Brian Jean may have started to see himself after whiling away too many hours on Parliament Hill over the decade. Amateur psychologizing by blog authors is unlikely to resemble the actual mental state of real Parliamentarians. Below: The real Mr. Jean, who announced yesterday he is quitting his job as MP for . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: In four letters, Brian Jean, the Crossword King of Parliament Hill, has Q-U-I-T
We don’t know what will make headlines in 2014. After all, most political predictions are about as accurate as a Forum poll.
So I won’t try to guess how 2014 plays out, but here are a few things we can reasonably expect to see this year:
With the new electoral map coming into force, all . . . → Read More: Calgary Grit: 2014: Year in Preview
Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas ‘Abundance Fenced’
Bryan Newson is the Manager of the City of Vancouver’s Public Art Program. He and his staff have been responsible for bringing you everything from Ken Lum’s Monument for East Vancouver to Rodney Graham’s Aerodynamic Forms in Space, and hundreds more. I met with Bryan a few weeks . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Managing Public Art – An interview with the Bryan Newson of Vancouver’s Public Art Program