OHASSTA conference and an article

I was pleased to present a workshop (and take in an excellent panel discussion on the War of 1812 and listen to a very interesting keynote speech by John Ralston Saul) at the Ontario History and Social Studies Teachers’ Association annual conference held at Niagara Falls on the 23rd and 24th of November. Below is a photo taken in front of my vendor booth:

It has been a busy fall – after the conference I went to Oman and Singapore in order to visit friends and attend to matters to do with my I.B. economics book, Workbook for the New I.B. Economics.

Upon my return my most recent article comparing the corruption being investigated by the Charbonneau Commission in Quebec to the corrupt rigging of the LIBOR by bankers was published in the Pembroke Daily Observer. The article is reproduced here if you are interested in reading it:

Getting beyond envelopes of cash V2

Thank you for your support and interest in 2012. Please accept my best wishes for a restful and joyous holiday season and a wonderful 2013.

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