My tastes are changing as I begin experiencing the stark difference between middle age and old age. Lately, I’ve taken to listening to audio books, downloaded free from the Oakville Public Library onto my computer. This activity is fast becoming one of the joys of these cold spring days, or to be more specific nights.
Who better than the big banks to tell us exactly how it is? The big six and the biggest banker of them all, Stephen Poloz, Governor of the Bank of Canada, are expressing the opinion that with the global economy slow down has come an era of radicalization. Folks are fed up.
For the longest time, I’ve been concerned about the Millennial generation. As the story goes, they won’t be able to buy a house, or find a full-time job, let alone one with benefits. And then, there’s climate change. At the recent NDP convention in Edmonton, Stephen Lewis spoke convincingly about an environmental catastrophe that was certain to arrive during the Millennials’ lifetime