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Aaron Gunn’s Leadership Bid Fires Up Ideological Battle Within BC Liberal Party
Commentary As the BC Liberals mull over whether to allow conservative activist Aaron Gunn to enter its party ...
October 16, 2021
Is the Federal Public Service Vaccine Mandate Full of Holes by Design?
Commentary Not only is the federal vaccine mandate a gross overreach by the state, but it is also ...
October 9, 2021
We Are Entering an Energy Crisis of Our Own Making
Commentary The great green transition from fossil fuels is collapsing as the world enters an energy crisis of its ...
October 7, 2021
Governments Should Look Beyond Medical Experts for Advice Before Imposing Lockdowns
Commentary Whenever COVID-19 infections are on the rise, calls to impose a lockdown begin. Proponents of lockdowns will ...
October 2, 2021
Time to Put an End to Vilifying the Unvaccinated
Commentary Society loves a scapegoat. It's comforting to be part of a majority that can point at a ...
September 28, 2021
There Were No Winners in This Election
Commentary The biggest losers in the 2021 federal election are Canadians. At a cost of over $600 million ...
September 21, 2021
Sowing Division: Successful Political Strategy Doesn’t Equate to Principled Strategy
Commentary Staking out ground in an election is all part of campaigning. You need to distinguish yourself from ...
September 19, 2021
Controversy Over Bill 21 Debate Question Shows Blatant Hypocrisy
Commentary All of Canada suffers under systemic racism except for Quebec. At least, that appears to be the ...
September 16, 2021
What’s at Stake for Party Leaders This Election
Commentary Defining which party won or lost the election is easy. The party that forms the next government, ...
September 14, 2021
Keeping the National Flag at Half-Mast Indefinitely a Crass Political Move
Commentary Elections will always bring about new and unexpected wedge issues during the campaign. I don't think anybody ...
September 13, 2021
Trudeau on the Defensive, O’Toole Remains Composed in Final Leaders’ Debate
Commentary The English-language debate was by far the most spirited of the three leaders' debates in this election. ...
September 9, 2021
Trudeau, O’Toole Surprisingly Restrained in French-Language Leaders’ Debate
Commentary With polls indicating such a close race in the federal election, Erin O'Toole and Justin Trudeau both ...
September 8, 2021
No Matter the Election Outcome, Small-C Conservatives and Classical Liberals Are on the Losing End
Commentary No matter which party wins the 2021 election, small-c conservatives and classical liberals will lose. Progressives and ...
September 6, 2021
In First Election Debate, No Knockout Blows or Damaging Gaffes
Commentary Election debates can make or break a campaign. An election debate provides voters with their first chance ...
September 3, 2021
Politicians Are Taking All the Wrong Lessons From the Pandemic
Commentary It's usually a good thing when a person has leaned from an experience. While times of crisis ...
September 2, 2021
Major Parties’ Big-Spending Promises Mean Canada Won’t See Balanced Budget Any Time Soon
Commentary Spending promises from all of the major parties in the election have been pouring in hard and ...
September 1, 2021
We Need to Understand the Reason for Aggressive Protests at Trudeau Events
Commentary Heckling and protesting at political events has been going on since time immemorial. The protesters who have ...
August 30, 2021
Election Campaign: Where the Parties Stand on Crime and Justice Issues
Commentary While crime and justice issues are always prominent in the news, they are rarely front and centre ...
August 29, 2021
Canadians Are Appalled by the Afghan Crisis, and Party Leaders Better Take Note
Commentary Even the most carefully crafted of election campaigns can become derailed by unanticipated events. The Trudeau Liberals' ...
August 27, 2021
Media Coverage of Alternative Parties Should Be Fair, Not Biased
Commentary Canada has had a long tradition of spawning new political parties. Some come and go before the ...
August 25, 2021
Mandatory Vaccination: Disturbing Precedents Being Set in Election Campaign
Commentary Issues such as health care, education, and foreign policy typically dominate the discourse at the beginning of ...
August 21, 2021
Federal Parties Take Note: PC’s Surprise Win in Nova Scotia Shows Polls Can’t Be Trusted
The stunning electoral upset in the Nova Scotia provincial election must have some federal Liberal Party strategists concerned ...
August 19, 2021
Canada’s Federal Election: Here’s Where the Parties Stand
Election polling in North America has been frustratingly hit and miss in recent years. Pollsters have had difficulty ...
August 17, 2021
As They Head to the Polls, Canadians Want a Positive Vision to Embrace
Commentary On Sept. 20, Canadians will be heading to the polls in a federal election for the second ...
August 16, 2021
Canada Needs Stronger Laws to Protect Rights of Homeowners to Defend Against Intruders
Commentary It's hard to imagine how terrifying it must have been for the man who entered his home ...
August 7, 2021
We Should All Be Cheering for Alberta’s Departure from COVID Restrictions to Succeed
Commentary When I heard that Alberta's Chief Medical Officer Deena Hinshaw was doing her first press conference in ...
August 1, 2021
To Solve Homelessness, the Underlying Reasons Must Be Addressed
Commentary The scenes were shocking as activists clashed with police officers who were dismantling a homeless encampment in ...
July 25, 2021
NYC Parents and Officials Rally to Preserve Gifted and Talented Program
US Set to Pay $712 Per Patient for Merck’s COVID-19 Pill
Arts: A 500-Year Debate: Giorgione’s ‘The Tempest’
Lifestyle: Practical Life Skills You Can Teach Your Kids Through Homeschooling
DOJ Says It’s Independent After Biden Calls for Prosecution of People Who Defy Jan. 6 Subpoenas
Loudoun County Superintendent Appears to Admit District Violated State Law by Not Reporting Sexual Assault
Judge Orders Chicago Police Union President Not to Discourage Members From Getting COVID-19 Vaccine
White House Press Secretary Says She’ll Be More Careful After Appearing to Violate Hatch Act
NatSec Expert: ‘We No Longer Need to Censor Ourselves’ About Chinese Communist Party
Health: Why Exercise Improves Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms
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