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A modest proposal – let’s cancel February

Summary

Phew. It’s finally over. And this year it was more brutal than ever.   T.S. Eliot was wrong. April isn’t the cruellest month; February is. At least in Canada it is. It’s the time our collective cabin fever makes us snarlier than ever. And […]

National Opinion Centre

Phew. It’s finally over. And this year it was more brutal than ever.  

T.S. Eliot was wrong. April isn’t the cruellest month; February is. At least in Canada it is. It’s the time our collective cabin fever makes us snarlier than ever. And turns our politics into one extended primal scream.

I first took note of this seasonal madness a quarter century ago, when I was Prime Minister Jean Chrétien’s Director of Communications. The PM, on a skiing vacation in British Columbia, was unable to make it on time to attend the funeral of Jordan’s King Hussein.

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