We're not dealing here (as far as we know) with some internal biochemical imbalances she and others were born with. The distress stems from a situation: Olympics culture in its 2021 version.
Rick Salutin is a Canadian novelist, playwright and critic. He is a strong advocate of left wing causes and writes a regular column in the Toronto Star.
"Haiti has become a baseball thrown between foreign diplomats" is a good choice of metaphor. Imperialism is the U.S. national pastime.
The violent Australian crime series with a wicked sense of fun, Mr Inbetween, ended this week after three seasons. It's the most morally serious crime series.
Language is an almost entirely symbolic faculty that people are often ready to die for.
Disturbing stuff will surely continue to emerge about Canada's heroes and institutions.
"I understand, people pay millions of dollars for nice lavish condos that look over the park here and I'm doing it for free...you want me to leave? Fine, I'll leave, I get it."
Not answering questions is a crucial life skill for leaders, but Annamie Paul managed to make others look like babbling brooks.
Can you build a national identity around having no one national identity?
Our current economic system is as feudal as it gets, outdoing the landlordism of the Middle Ages.
A provincial election's a year away in Ontario, but even now subjugates the pandemic.