Spirits of Our Past
In the rugged, dangerous and unexplored terrain of early Canada, in the years of Cabot and Cartier, Champlain and Jolliet, Hudson and Frobisher, there were no answers to the uncertainties they faced, no matter how much they might have had wanted them. There were no safe, certain paths that had been conveniently carved across the frontier. There were no convenient signposts that had been erected along the way. There were only questions to be asked and choices to be made at every stage of the journey. Decisions had to be made in the face of uncertainty and in pursuit of an undefined opportunity, which they hoped would lay just over the horizon.
So it is today, and so it will be for the foreseeable future!
While we have undeniably ...