As society must accommodate individuals, individuals must accommodate society
Diversity can only be Canada’s strength if we share common core values. That was what an 85-year-old Don Cherry, albeit poorly, was attempting to point out.
Today marks the end of yet another exceptionally divisive campaign, and the last provincial election before October.
Ontario’s Law Society just had its elections, in which lawyers across the province elect their representatives for the monthly board meetings. The Law Societies are the regulatory bodies in each province for the legal profession.
Parties are not just a collection of people. It is like a body that replaces its cells over time. Like a body, a party has an institutional memory, a culture that develops naturally as individuals pursue the group interest insofar as they coincide with personal interests.
Things may seem bleak to some, but Canada’s situation has to be put into perspective.