Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Royal Military College of Canada: Taking It All In

No matter how many times I step on to the Royal Military College of Canada's campus, I am always stunned by its beauty and regalness.

The natural setting mixed with the historical architecture evokes nostalgia in me. I'm not sure where it comes from, but it shows up every time I'm there.

This time around, I captured several pictures.

You can see a sample of the photo set on my personal website: http://jamesalexandermichie.com/little-taste-royal-military-college-canada/

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

My Take on Sports Trades and Their Impact

Sometimes we forget that being a professional athlete is a job. It's a job performed by human beings. So when a trade occurs, it's easy to lose sight that a person just switched companies--moving from a place, a group of people, a city--and their life has been turned upside down.

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Clearing the Air on the Vancouver Sun's Misleading Reporting About James Alexander Michie

In 2013, the Vancouver Sun newspaper published an article by David Baines that was not only misleading but also filled with fallacies about James Alexander Michie, in particular his association with Erwin Speckert.

Read the full story on the Twisted Truth.

Friday, 17 March 2017

Ken Hitchcock Says Farewell

When it comes to sports, most fans have short memories, especially of coaches. And that's too bad.

Coaching is a tireless job that likely doesn't receive the respect it's due. To be great, these coaches are often the first in the building and the last ones out. They deal with interpersonal issues every day. And, often sacrifice time with their family in order to prepare for upcoming games.