Thursday, December 09, 2004


Confusing Canada


One generally thiks of maple syrup, toothless hockey players, and snow.

One does not think about a country that condones gay marriages, but after today's Canadian Supreme Court decision that might change.

Or, maybe it won't.

The decision by the court says that the government, by not acting earlier, has already accepted the outcome... in a non-binding way.

Although the NHL is headquartered in New York, fans of the league can only hope that it does not look to its Canadian roots to find examples of logic in its attempt to fix its labor problems. Actually, I am amazed that the Canadian legal system has not forced the few remaining Canadian based teams to start the season (at least in Canada). Of course, the results, like each goal scored, would be non-binding.

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