Barry Artiste Op/Ed
Course FART SNIFFER, a Job to determine stomach ailments and cures for one Researcher in the 1930s sure must have been a plum assignment, certainly a hot topic at dinner parties when one asks, )at a safe distance) pray tell, what do you do for a living sir?
Trudge to work. Nod at the Boss. Stare at a screen.
Come home. Eat. TV. Sleep.
That’s the real Labour Day for most Canadians.
But once upon a time, work wasn’t always as typically boring as it is today.
In fact, back in the day, many Canadians earned a living in some pretty novel ways.