Most never thought divisions in the United States would ever get as bad as they did on Jan. 6, 2021, Scott Thompson says. But can we be surprised they have?
After stints in Toronto, Hamilton, Calgary, Ottawa, Sarnia, Tillsonburg, Ajax, Niagara – Scott has found his niche in a radio station which he never was able to fulfill while at others – he can talk all he wants!
Perhaps everything just feels a little less than real during the holidays of the COVID-19 pandemic, Scott Thompson says, and even man’s best friend knows something’s up.
It’s been a rollercoaster for Canadians lately, and Scott Thompson says mixed messages from the country’s politicians haven’t helped bring down the anxiety.
The question has never been about timely drug approval — it’s about procurement, Scott Thompson says.
Trudeau’s failure to mention that Canada will have to wait for a vaccine suggests the PM is out of touch, Scott Thompson writes.
As we’ve known for months, the coronavirus pandemic isn’t business as usual — and that means more than just working from home, Scott Thompson says.
Ask your friends to search any issue and each will get a different feed or information stream, Scott Thompson says.
Scott Thompson says it’s naive to think America’s problems will magically disappear once a winner is declared in the U.S. election.
The U.S. vote was an election about identity, Scott Thompson says.
It’s hard to think of a U.S. election that has garnered as much attention in Canada as this one, Scott Thompson writes — or around the world.
Scott Thompson says the good news is that we’ve done all this before, so we know how to manage a second wave.
The NDP called the PM’s bluff and voted against an election — leaving unanswered questions about the WE Charity scandal before Parliament, Scott Thompson says.
Canadians want details on the WE Charity scandal and Justin Trudeau’s involvement in it without being threatened with a pandemic election, Scott Thompson says.
As Ontario moves to eliminate the policy of favouring seniority for teaching jobs, Scott Thompson says hiring a person based on merit seems like common sense.
It’s needed for your sanity in this suddenly secluded world, Scott Thompson says.