Or at least, I am published in online form. But no ghostwriting and corporate copy writing this time. This is a legitimate article with a byline and a pretty picture at the top.
So, if you're in the mood to read more of my ramblings and shamblings, then mosey on over to the fine Collective Publishing Company website. And no, I am not just saying that because they paid me. That may help, but it actually is a great site with high quality political and not so political content. Their aim is to try to reach those who have stopped reading the newspaper, so if that is you then get yourself over there. If you still read the newspaper, then there is always more reading to be done. So, why not do that reading over there?
Anyway, my article is a look at some of the historic reasons there were tensions and dispute over the proposed Brantford and Six Nations agreement. It still hasn't been signed, despite being scheduled back in March. So, I explain why there is no signatures and what the deeper issues are. It's an interesting read, if I don't say so myself. And I did. So, you should go read it now.