Monthly Archives: January 2014

What’s that I hear squeaking?

The following comment appeared in response to yet another article by Christopher Hume, slamming Toronto for being too choosy about what gets built and where it gets built in our City. “Sad to say, but the squeaky wheel gets the politicians’ attention. It is politically safer to be led by a group of naysayers, than…
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Canada Post isn’t comedy–it’s a Neocon melodrama

Come to think of it, my criticism of Canada Post isn’t so funny in retrospect. The Corporation has been in the news again because of failings that indicate deeper trouble. While I’ve been preoccupied with strategic issues, management problems have revealed themselves through a spate of unexplained service interruptions and mass absenteeism during the ice…
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