The Globe and Mail said Conservative ads were false — they proved themselves wrong today

In October of 2019 (during the last federal election) the Globe and Mail published a story that implied Chinese-language Conservative ads were false. Today they published an article in line with what Conservatives have been saying since October.

Joe Vaughan

BREAKING: James Murdoch leaves News Corp over disagreements regarding 'editorial content'

James Murdoch, brother of Fox News head Lachlan Murdoch, is leaving the network, citing disagreements over editorial content.

Barrett Wilson

Conservative newspapers must not succumb to cancel culture

Can conservative newspapers withstand the cancel-culture ethos in which many of their millennial and Gen Z ranks were molded?

Barbara Kay

The conservative reform of academia is underway as coronavirus necessitates cuts

A conservative-led reform of higher-education is long overdue. One of the biggest flaws of modern conservative movements was letting universities turn into hubs of radicalism.

Sumantra Maitra

Conservatives must be vocal in opposing racism—but not with the language of the left

While we all oppose racism, the left has successfully framed the discussion to exclusively discuss racism within the white population.

Chad Felix Greene

Conservatives must fight Twitter censorship or risk losing their voice

Twitter is not just a platform to express personal ideas, it is very literally access to the public square and political conversation.

Chad Felix Greene

CBC watched by only 3% of Canadians yet funded by 100% of population

Despite the CBC's chronically uninterested audience, the crown broadcasting company routinely splashes out a fortune on underwhelming products.

Nico Johnson

WATCH: Poilievre says Trudeau is using 'freakonomics' during pandemic, says response is a 'governmental failure'

The shadow minister then pointed out that there would still be businesses losing out of 50 percent of their incomes who would not meet the 70 percent threshold.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Coronavirus opens hard questions about state authority and conservative values

Conservatism is at a crossroads as to the essential nature of individual liberties versus the need for state overreach during this existential pandemic.

Sumantra Maitra

Conservatism in the time of coronavirus

The responsibility of conservatives is to ensure the shift to progressive government we need in this moment does not become the new normal once the crisis has passed.

Chad Felix Greene