Opinion


Nursing home deaths do not justify society's lockdowns

Using the excessive numbers of fatalities at nursing homes to justify the overly cautious behaviour of those who are at minimal risk is an insult to those who need our care most.

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

Comedy is changing, but I can still find Seinfeld funny, right?

I recently read an essay in The Walrus, entitled, The Comedy Culture War wherein the author argued that stand up comedy is changing, I know, so what?

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Kayleigh McEnany beats back bullies who call her 'indefensible and grotesque'

Much of the media no longer abides by the old mantra, "tell people what to think about" but instead just tells everybody "what to think and how to think it."

Nicole Russell Nicole Russell

MPs are using dangerous China-owned apps to reach out to Canadians

In 2017, the Chinese government put into place a law forcing all Chinese companies to give user data, upon request.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

The Central Park Ramble incident is a tale of two Karens

How do two people, engaging in their own personal activities, end up becoming a national news story filled with universal condemnation, hatred and outrage?

Chad Felix Greene Chad Felix Greene

Twitch users demand firing of trans moderator who identifies as a deer

The backlash began when Steph made it clear her intention to abuse her power, essentially claiming that “a lot of gamers are white supremacists.”

Blaire White Blaire White

Why is CBC painting a sympathetic picture of an alleged child murderer?

The CBC's coverage of an alleged child killer asks reader to sympathize with the murderer, not the little girl. The man deserves a fair trial, but not sympathy.

Erin Perse Erin Perse

Erin O'Toole has what it takes to clobber Trudeau in the next election

Erin O'Toole has what it takes to unify the CPC, and clobber Trudeau in the next election⁠— which may come sooner than later.

Barbara Kay Barbara Kay

Governors are preoccupied with 'resisting' Trump as senior citizens suffer and die in their long-term care homes

A young man who beat up his elderly roommate in a Detroit nursing home was there due to Whitmer's executive order forcing facilities to accept coronavirus patients.

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

The UN pushes for abortion—the US pushes back

Defending life and resetting the US' international priorities on a path where all life is safeguarded is a trademark of this administration.

Mattea Merta Mattea Merta

How to maintain muscle strength at home

If strength training at home is something you want to take seriously, you may want to buy some equipment that will make exercising easier.

Elizabeth Sarah Larkin Elizabeth Sarah Larkin

Three easy veggies to grow at home—just add water

The key to staying healthy is nourishment—specifically, nourishment rich in phytochemicals. Phytochemicals are a group of compounds found in plants that contain bioactive properties responsible for various health benefits, including antiviral properties.

Sabrina Wu Sabrina Wu

Joe Biden played identity politics and lost big time

When individuals are grouped together into voting blocs and justice is applied collectively, a moral majority will see themselves as parental authoritarians caring for the minority.

Chad Felix Greene Chad Felix Greene

The coronavirus crisis is a story of wasted resources

From public health priorities, to foreign aid, to academic bailouts, the amount of tax-funded cash wasted in the last few months amount to billions.

Sumantra Maitra Sumantra Maitra

The politicians were wrong—predictions on coronavirus deaths were wild exaggerations

The facts are in. The COVID-19 death predictions of governments are proving to be wild exaggerations that have inflicted unnecessary fear, anxiety and stress on millions of people.

John Carpay John Carpay