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ARTS COLUMN: Praise for the musician who has a true ear for music
Tuning an instrument before playing, or singing “in-tune”, is extremely important if an artist is to hope that patrons will leave any performance satisfied. Even those with no musical training can tell that “something just doesn’t sound right” if the tuning is off.
A palm tree for your backyard? As long as it’s potted
Snowbirds were not a thing this past winter. Scores of Florida hotels remained empty. Trailer parks were almost empty. Frustrated Canadians were forced to stay home, while the hotel industry in Florida was equally frustrated. Snowbirding Canadians can now only hope that the borders will open up for business in seven months.
EDITORIAL: We still need oil and its pipelines
Almost all of the major car companies have pledged to eliminate gasoline and other petroleum-based fuels from their new vehicles by the next decade at the latest, but until that happens most Canadians and Americans will be driving cars and trucks that depend upon the oil industry – and pipelines.
EDITORIAL: Prince Philip never shirked his duty
For almost 70 years, Prince Philip was at the side of Queen Elizabeth, offering support in her duties as sovereign, accompanying her to ceremonies around the globe, attending state dinners, and participating in royal tours. Over that same period Philip attended more than 22,000 solo public appearances.