More Bad Data: CBC Ottawa's "Second Wave"

Last year I wrote a post about the Ontario Carbon Tax Stickers that dot the gas pumps across our province (link to that post: http://jordansworld.ca/the-problems-with-the-ontario-carbon-tax-stickers/) where I argued that it's the responsibility of governments to ensure the data they release is represented accurately. Since the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic…

The Economics of a Bread Machine

Nothing beats the flavour and aroma of freshly baked bread, making it from scratch however is a messy and time-consuming processes. A bread machine significantly reduces the mess and the time required to make a loaf of bread, but is it worth it economically. Typically a loaf of bread from…

St. Paddy's Franco-Irish Stew

This week's Sunday Dinnerâ„¢ is a twist on a traditional Beef & Guinness stew. It's jazzed up using a few French cooking techniques that I learned in Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking. A cautionary note: the measurements here aren't super precise, this is cooking, not baking, art,…

The Problems with the Ontario Carbon Tax Stickers

Regardless of how one feels about the Federal  Carbon Tax coming into effect in Ontario on 1 January 2019, you may have noticed stickers from the Ontario Government at your local filling station. While it is clear that the provincial government is not happy with the Federal Carbon Tax backstop…