Junior Tennis

By no stretch of the imagination can Canada be considered a power-house in tennis. If you overlook men`s doubles, and unfortunately the world does, Canada ranks very low. However, in the past, it is in women`s tennis that we have made a mark and produced world caliber players who, in their time, were in serious Continue Reading

Massive Changes Needed

Timid politicians block meaningful changes in the delivery of Health Care. The major preoccupation for all politicians is to get elected and then re-elected. Everything politicians do is measured in terms of how it affects their chances in the coming elections. Governments, both provincial and federal are involved in many issues, such as soft-wood lumber, Continue Reading

Death, Taxes and Anti-Semitism

Whenever Jews congregate in any numbers, occasionally the talk turns to anti-semitism and the plight of Jews throughout the world. Inevitably someone uses the phrase “Zi Svere tzu Zan a Yid” which translated into English means “it is tough to be a Jew”. As a seventy-four year old native-born Canadian living in a friendly, peaceful Continue Reading