His shirt is white, with a buttoned-down collar and an unruly habit of escaping the grip of his belt during moments of rhetorical flight. This is such a moment for Jason Kenney, the executive director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. At a pre-budget rally in Pickering, Ont., just east of Toronto, the stocky Alberta-based lobbyist delivers his signature protest slogan of “No more taxes!” with polished ire.
As a single, never-married individual of 40 who is looking for a partner, I found your articles accurately described the current dating scene. (“Is dating dead?” Cover, Feb. 20). Meeting people through a common interest or cause provides the opportunity to get to know them first before deciding whether to go further.
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