Thinking Creatively about Living and Dying

Is death a right? Should we be able to decide when to die if terminally ill? I've been following the debate in Canada on whether to legalize assisted dying, or doctor-assisted suicide, or whether to pour more money into palliative, end-of-life care. I'm quite certain there won't be enough hospices or hospital beds for my... Continue Reading →

Desert Climate a Winter Wonderland for Winter-weary Canadians

Phoenix is a tonic for Northern tourists I  dislike winters that begin in October. It happens when you live in Edmonton, Canada's most northern metropolis. But  this time, this year, my  tolerance for shoveling in cold weather after a snow storm plunged to sub-zero.  It must be another sign of age,  I thought as I gathered... Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Trump Hotel Refreshes in Dog Days of Summer

Donald Trump shares my peeve for slow elevators I discovered after checking in to his 64-storey golden tower in Las Vegas. Entering probably the fastest hotel elevators on the Strip, we shot up to our suite on the 30th floor in under 30 seconds. Trump International Hotel ranked 6th this year in Travel and Leisure... Continue Reading →

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