Les Rochers reflected the craggy bluffs
Canada's first prime minister's 'lost weekend' the subject of folklore, Peter Black writes.
O Canada, a bilingual duet
Americans can thank their one and only war with Canada for inspiring the author of the U.S. national anthem, the Star-Spangled Banner, columnist Peter Black writes.
Canada's link to the Los Angeles Kings
The Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup this week, and that made me think how Timmins, my home town in Northern Ontario, played a key role in making that happen, Canadian columnist Peter Black writes.
The difficult job of leading Quebec
Being the premier of Quebec is not for the faint of heart, writes Canadian columnist Peter Black.
French voting in North America
There are reminders out there that the world, or at least a certain stratum of the world, once operated in French, Canadian columnist Peter Black writes.
Conrad Black returns home
It's not just because we share a surname — though no known family connections — that I follow from a distance the life and times of Conrad Black (Lord Black of Crossharbour, actually), columnist Peter Black writes.
Tainted birthday for Canadian charter
There's a stain on the Canadian Constitution —- literally, and some say figuratively, as well, writes Canadian columnist Peter Black.
Caisse: the people's conglomerate
It's been many years since I've been to Miami, so I don't recall the Mary Brickell Village area, which apparently is now one of the most popular destinations for shopping, dining and drinking in the bustling city's downtown, writes Canadian columnist Peter Black.
Opposition battles for the center
If Thomas Mulcair is elected leader of the New Democratic Party this weekend, as most observers say he will be, it will create one of the more ironic situations in modern Canadian politics — this in a country created by a seemingly contradictory Liberal-Conservative Party, Canadian columnist Peter Black writes.
Climate change threatens rinks
This morning, as I do most mornings once the city puts up the boards for my local outdoor rink, usually in late November, I checked the condition of the ice, Canadian columnist Peter Black writes.
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