tuque /tūk/ n Canadian English, var. toque [19th c. Canadian French, from the French toque, from the Basque tauka] 1 A close-fitting knitted cap, often with a long tapering end or tassel or pompom. 2 fig Something quintessentially Canadian.
souq /sūk/ n from the Arabic سوق var. souk 1 An open-air marketplace. 2 fig A central meeting place for the circulation of news and ideas.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Best of the Tuque Souq

The most popular, most beloved Tuque Souq departments

"A Tuque by Any Other Name"
Finally, a passionate 
defence of why it is
a Tuque, not a Toque

"Great Canadian Putsch of 2008"
Prorogation prorogues
anti-roguing rogues

"What PREM Does"
Life and times of a 
little NGO in India 

"A Woman's Right to Wear her Manservant"
Obama's Arabic gaffe 
accidentally initiates 
medieval Middle Eastern
 policy shift

"The Fate of Nazem Kadri"
Arab-Canadian hockey phenom
meets his destiny

"Shoe Intifada"
It began with one shoe.
Now, are there enough
shoes to hit everyone
who deserves one?

"Somali Piracy Watch"
Economic downturn
threatens pirate industry

"Google Diplomacy"
Map flap derails
Middle East peace process.

"How to start your own Israeli Settlement in 7 easy steps"
Practical advice for

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