My Stephen Harper dreams
I am in Grade 9. The whole school is in a tizzy because Stephen Harper is doing locker inspections. I assess the locker I share with with a fellow named George. Man, that guy is a slob! But at least he cleaned up a bit… Wait a second! What are all these bags of garbage doing at the bottom of the locker? And beer bottles! GEORGE! I clean it up as best as I can. I wander the hallways,...
Hey, I can see that wiener dog’s wiener!– Jane, 5
The small fancy returns! →
After a wee hiatus, this fun blog, written by a pair of talented illustrators who live on different sides of the country, is back.
I’m not laughing at YOU, I’m laughing at your DRESS.– Alice (3) to Jane (5)
A moment in my office.
taskforceawesome: *shuffle shuffle shuffle* A pair of leather-soled shoes walks past our office door. “Those are Dave Cormier shoes,” says Ty, not even looking up from his computer. *click click click* A pair of high healed boots strut past. “Those are Deb shoes,” he says. A moment passes. “I’m a dog now. I have become a dog.”
CBC Radio Profile of Aaron Anderson →
One of two stories I prepared for CBC Radio’s Hockey Day in Canada coverage. This one is a profile of Aaron Anderson, a young man with Down syndrome who was brought out of his shell of shyness with the help of hockey and friendship.
Non-checking hockey →
Here’s one of two stories I prepared for CBC Radio’s coverage of Hockey Day in Canada. This one is the story of how Hockey PEI declared all A-level hockey would be non-checking this season.