Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Seven Things You Cannot Say In Canada

1. Government grants to artists floods the market with second-rate rubbish.
2. There is a statistically significant correlation between ethnicity and possession and use of an illegal handgun in Toronto.
3. The True North is hardly strong, and less and less free.
4. The rest of the world gives two hoots about what we think or do - our perception of our own importance is inflated.
5. Traditional religious institutions in Canada are important contributors to society.
6. The current popular definition of "rich" in Canada is anybody earning more than a Toronto Star reporter.
7. Unions protect workers "rights".