Richard Pound — Canadian Businessman born on March 22, 1942,

Richard William Duncan Pound, CC OQ QC is a Canadian lawyer and author, and a former competitive swimmer. He is a former president of the World Anti-Doping Agency based in Montreal, and a former chancellor of McGill University. He served as vice-president of the International Olympic Committee from 1987 to 1991 and again from 1996 to 2000, and was a one-time candidate for the presidency of that organization... (wikipedia)

Drug use, within entire teams continues unabated. It is planned and deliberate cheating, with complex methods, sophisticated substances and techniques, and the active complicity of doctors, scientists, team officials and riders. There is nothing accidental about it.
Occasions for defining moments do not arise every day. When they do, we must seize the opportunities they present for improving everyone's life.
You can intimidate some of the people all of the time, all of the people some of the time, but not all of the people all of the time.
It's very simple. We are asking baseball to come clean and set the record straight. Either baseball officials seriously want to rid their sport of doping, or they want to brush the issue under the carpet. So far, we haven't seen much evidence of the former.
Attempting to build a language wall around Quebec is precisely the wrong policy to follow. It will keep out of Quebec exactly what we need to attract by way of talent and capital; it will drive our best - francophones as well as allophones and anglophones, with their talents and capital - to leave Quebec.