Before I found my way into journalism, I wanted to be a cartoonist. Heck, before I wanted to be an astronaut I wanted to be a cartoonist. It didn’t work out, but from time to time I still like to dabble. I’ll make this post my ongoing repository for my econo-doodles and will try to dig up some old ones from the past.
“FOMOing over real estate was more fun” – March 2020
“Coronas, Iris” – March 11, 2020
“Soft landing” – January, 2016
Update March 2020: This one from the initial crash in oil prices four years ago now seems suddenly relevant again to the Canadian economy.
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Greetings. It’s been a long time since I’ve had a blog of my own. I plan to use this space as a repository for my random thoughts on the Canadian economy, business scene and politics. Oh, and it’s a safe bet there’ll be charts. Lots of charts. I make no promises about the frequency of my posts, but I’ll try to develop a rhythm before too long. In the meantime, follow me on Twitter or drop me an e-mail.