Colby Cosh on the Sports Guy and the Witch
The Globe… reported late Tuesday, on the basis of six home games, that “Rogers Centre has become a home run haven”, claiming that extra-long gophers are being hit under the
The older Windsors take on far more annual duties than the younger set. But recent royal illnesses may put an end to that.
By Charles Wheelan
Sometime last year I found myself wondering about the effects of residential schools on the younger generations of aboriginal Canadians. The schools have more supporters than you might think, more…
Colby Cosh on how the shootout has changed the NHL’s regular season — for the crazier
Nate Silver’s attackers don’t know what they’re talking about. (Nor do his defenders)
You could call is ‘the Moneyball’ approach
Top gerontology researchers in the United States are looking into the case of a mysterious woman from Regina, the Canadian Press reports.
Colby Cosh on why math stirs passions, raises fears, fuels debate
Vic Toews takes credit for the latest decline in the crime rate.
Crime rate down 6% – shows #CPC tough on crime is working. Rate is still 208% above …
Subject rankings for science, medicine, engineering…
Stephen Harper, June 2008. It’s one thing that they, the criminals do not get it, but if you don’t mind me saying, another part of the problem for the past …
That number can go up or down depending on our definition of ‘illness’
Rob Nicholson, July 2008. “We don’t govern by statistics in our government.”
Rob Nicholson, July 2009. “We don’t govern on the latest statistics.”
Stockwell Day, August 2010. “We’re very concerned …
New figures show a 69% response rate for the National Household Survey—higher than Statistics Canada expected, but still not sufficient to replace the long-form census.
“You simply can’t get reliable …
Zamboni’s research almost certainly has to have been junk