Seen on Saturday

Can we really blame advertising for our lack of critical thinking?

This could be a good thing – as long as there’s still a choice.

Since a doctor’s “note” is usually something illegible scrawled on a prescription pad, for which you pay an extra $25, it’s about time someone said something sensible.

On Labour Day weekend, I experienced bumper-to-bumper, no-one’s-moving traffic between Toronto and Oakville. Turns out, there’s a lot worse than that.

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