Election Day 

Today marks the end of a very long federal election campaign. Regardless of who wins, there will be changes. I hope that a revision of C-51 and efforts to improve cyber security and electronic warfare decence is part of that, as much as I hope consideration of mefloquine and its effects on our military personnel […]

Inside the birdcage -September 24, 2015

Well, the election has been hearing up, with tempers flaring left and right, and the only thing all veterans can appear to agree on is the importance of voting, period. Meanwhile I continue to look for work. I’ve recently made several interesting contacts in the private sector via Twitter, and remain hopeful. An earthquake recently […]

Buckle Up

I really and honestly believe we as a nation need to have a discussion about dialogue and communications, particularly with the passing of Bill C-51. I have a lot of questions about that bill, particularly since it was written and passed apparently in conflict with the international http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/bill-c-51-not-in-keeping-with-canadas-international-obligations-un/article25642360/ policies regarding privacy and the right to […]