ghostless

A day after Prime Minister Stephen Harper touched down in Saskatoon and took in a WHL game between the local Blades and the Moose Jaw Warriors, it’s worth noting that The Globe and Mail quickly corrected itself on the question of who wrote Harper’s one-day-to-be-titled-but-today’s-not-that-day hockey book. Appended to John Barber’s February 9 article there’s now an

Editor’s note: Roy MacGregor acted as an editorial consultant on Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s hockey history book. An earlier version of this story referred to Mr. MacGregor as a “ghostwriter.”