Commentary, "Heaven's Gates," The New York Times, February 19, 2005.
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Until 1982, Canada Day was known as Dominion Day. I always thought that had more of a ring to it. Beyond the zippy alliteration, it reminded us citizens that our domain of orderly domesticity was graced by the dominant power of our "Dominus." And the rights granted therein to us by the glorious English crown through her colonial appointee, the right honourable governor general.
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He was widowed in 1991 when his wife died of liver cancer. Has two children from that marriage.