Graeme MacKay

Graeme MacKay

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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada / Editorial cartoonist at the Hamilton Spectator, in Ontario, Canada
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Words matter, so why are politicians and some media outlets so anxious to misreport them? We have words that can’t be said in Parliament, like the often applicable one, “liar.” Or “piece of shit”, a description once applied in the House of Commons to then cabinet minister Peter Kent by Justin Trudeau. Or “fuck off”, …

Words matter, so why are politicians and some media outlets so anxious to misreport them? We have words that can’t be said in Parliament, like the often applicable one, “liar.” Or “piece of shit”, a description once applied in the House of Commons to then cabinet minister Peter Kent by Justin Trudeau. Or “fuck off”, …

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Cromwell Milled Halfcrown

A Speciality Coin Catalogue with colour pictures of Cromwell and Commonwealth Coinage issued between 1649 and

1673 - Charles II (obverse)

1673 - Charles II (obverse)

1716 - George I (obverse)

1716 - George I (obverse)

1763 George III Early Milled Silver Threepence

Coin for sale - 1763 George III Early Milled Silver Threepence

1723 George I Early Milled Silver SSC Shilling, G/EF

1723 George I Early Milled Silver SSC Shilling, G/EF

Captain George Fishley, one of longest surviving American veterans of Revolutionary War, photographed shortly before death in 1850:

Captain George Fishley, one of longest surviving American veterans of Revolutionary War, photographed shortly before death in 1850:

History of Hamilton Place Names

History of Hamilton Place Names

Huntley & Palmers' Biscuit Manufactory, Reading, England. From London's Social Calendar (Savoy Hotel, c 1915).

Huntley & Palmers' Biscuit Manufactory, Reading, England. From London's Social Calendar (Savoy Hotel, c 1915).

William & Mary by MacKaycartoons

William & Mary by MacKaycartoons

Trudeau Cabinet midterm report card

Trudeau Cabinet midterm report card

In 1876, at the age of 29, Alexander Graham Bell invented his telephone. In 1877, he formed the Bell Telephone Company, and in the same year married Mabel Hubbard and embarked on a yearlong honeymoon in Europe.

In at the age of Alexander Graham Bell invented his telephone. In he formed the Bell Telephone Company, and in the same year married Mabel Hubbard and embarked on a yearlong honeymoon in Europe.