In the interests of diversity and inclusion, society shies away from Christian manifestations of Christmas
Arguing that meat is the new tobacco is sensationalist nonsense, since tobacco is not essential to life and food is. Let the market evolve
The protection of Quebec’s language and identity is so deeply ingrained in every francophone that nothing as petty as a technology revolution can deter its instincts
A bad joke or inappropriate comment is often just that: a bad joke or inappropriate comment. Calm down, and carry on
With a whole industry made up of people ready to points fingers, it is getting harder and harder to pick one
While telling people that they understand the importance of the pipelines, Notley and Trudeau piled up the regulatory bricks to ensure they were not viable
Being energy-ignorant is almost fashionable in certain circles
Charlotte Observer reporter Jourdan Rodrique was treated like almost all reporters are treated by most athletes. With disdain
Canada has a growing global reputation as a place where nothing happens unless it suits a small and clamorous minority
Imagine what Pierre Trudeau would have thought of his son’s hyphenated Canadian fixation
If abortion is such a hard decision, as even advocates maintain, why aren’t women allowed the time to make it?
Although a growing number of aboriginal people are productive members of the workforce, far too many rely on the government for support. That must change
Why is the university pretending indigenous knowledge and science are the equivalent of our written knowledge base? Why are they allowing this farce to unfold?