Category - Columnists

Columnists - Nick Jeffrey

Make Mine a Keith’s

October is always a special time of year in the beer world. Our teutonic comrades in Munich have the fortnight-long bacchanalia known as Oktoberfest, with...

Columnists - Jai Murugan

(Silo)

Silos are weird buildings. As a kid, I never knew what was inside. Come to think of it, I still don’t. They were some tall rounded towers of useless...

Columnists - Jai Murugan

(Snit)

I like snits. They exemplify the axiom of the human folly of thinking the temporal is permanent. This is one of the life’s more important lessons, taught...

Columnists - Nick Jeffrey

French Toast or Belgian Waffles?

Attentive readers may have noticed that the world of beer is in the midst of a rising tsunami of craft beer, as the teeming millions throw off the shackles of...

Columnists - Jai Murugan

(Felt)

Historians, those intellectual masters of combining research, imagination, and occasionally absurd fiction, propose felt originated over 7000 years ago. Truly...

Columnists - Mansoor Ladha

A lesson from Bollywood

One of my favourite Indian movies, called My Name Is Khan, ran packed houses in Calgary. My Name Is Khan has a powerful message. In these days of tensions and...

Columnists - Bruce McAllister

Projects on the go as your MLA

The air these days is definitely a little crisper and now that the kids are back in school, our household, like so many of yours, has become a flurry of after...

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