In order to keep busy, retired Concordia University history professor Graeme Decarie writes a blog 3 times a week on current events
I am pleased to share with you the following message from Graeme Decarie, who recently shared with us a priceless biographical sketch of the Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm A. Campbell.
This post is in lieu of cash payment for Graeme’s great story (with a human interest detail on the topic of whiskey) about Dr. Malcolm A Campbell, after whom the high school that I attended in Montreal in the 1960s is named. Graeme had been asking about where the cheque for his Malcolm Campbell story was. I said it was in the mail.
Graeme Decarie. Source: MCHS 1962-63 yearbook
Graeme Decarie writes:
In order to keep busy, I write a blog 3 times a week on current events.
It certainly isn’t one of the big ones but, so far over the years, I’ve had just over a million hits.
Graeme Decarie, Aug. 6, 2016. Moncton, N.B. In an email comment about the photo, Graeme writes: “It doesn’t capture the lush glory of my hair.”
I think I can safely say it’s on the political left (which, right now, is the only sane place to be).