In the 60s I dated a woman getting a degree at the University of Toronto. The school was great, but the city was the pits. Today, Toronto is a glorious, “with it” global metropolis. Bloor Street, where I am, is as good as the Mag Mile in Chicago.

Here to speak to the Graduate Management Admissions Council … mostly admissions officers for MBA programs. Given my publicly known low opinion of MBAs, it’s hard to figure why they invited me. Nonetheless, I’ll try my best.

Only prob: temp today to go to 34C, with humidity taking the heat factor to 41C equivalent; tomorrow 38C. Yikes. (VT to get 98F tomorrow. Global broiling, anyone?)

NB: Yesterday, the Canadian gov’t announced they were splitting the health department in two. The traditional bit will focus on fixing broken things. The other will be devoted Wellness & Prevention. With all the problems in Canadian healthcare, I see this as a great move!