If you live outside Quebec, you may or may not have heard of Cédrika Provencher, the 9-year-old Trois-Rivières girl who disappeared in 2007 only to turn up as a pile of bones in the forest ten days ago. But for people in her home province, Cédrika’s name stirs up a dismal and all-too familiar sense of … More Cédrika, my daughter and me
It doesn’t matter what word the politicians use, it’s Joe on the Street who counts. By now, you’ve probably heard the term “Daesh” used by some politicians as they talk about the moment’s biggest-ticket Mid East belligerent, the war in Syria and November’s Paris terrorist attacks. That’s great, but we’re living in an age when everyone … More Why I call ISIS ‘Daesh’ — and you should, too.