Politics & Policy

Politics & Policy

Gatineau deputy mayor sacked for crime of wrongspeak refuses to back down

The city of Gatineau has sacked Deputy Mayor Nathalie Lemieux for saying “Islamophobia doesn’t exist.”

Raymond Ayas / Feb 4, 2019

Politics & Policy

Young Adult authors continue their mobbing ways

It's discouraging to see that the decrying of books as well as the promotion of books are both being done based not on the content of the books themselves

Joseph Fang / Feb 4, 2019

Politics & Policy

DZSURDZSA: If you’re a populist, the Liberals think you’re poor and stupid

The new political division is between the devotion to your own (your own family, your own community, your own people) and the devotion to the many corporate interests which make up globalism.

Cosmin Dzsurdzsa / Jan 30, 2019

Politics & Policy

“Democratic” socialism is a sham: Western countries can’t go down the road travelled by Venezuela and others

In an interview, last October, former Prime Minister Stephen Harper ascribed the continued fascination with Marxism to Western academics that relentlessly attempt to advance their revolutionary fantasies.

Shane Miller / Jan 29, 2019

Politics & Policy

The “end of history” and identity politics on the left and right

I think one of the explanations for the rise of identity politics movements is the ascendancy of what is sometimes called post-modern culture.

Matt McManus / Jan 29, 2019

Politics & Policy

Canada Pension Plan moving forward with China investments

Canada’s massive pension fund is coming under scrutiny for investing heavily in China amid political tensions and a predicted decline in the growth of its economy.

Ikroop Khanna / Jan 23, 2019

Politics & Policy

Household spending down, Canada potentially facing recession

After more than a decade, a recession is seemingly right around the corner.

Ikroop Khanna / Jan 23, 2019

Politics & Policy

What is the value of higher education?

This is a question made all the more relevant by the Ontario government’s recent decision to lower tuition fees for colleges and universities by 10% and cut OSAP.

Sabrina Zuniga PhD. / Jan 23, 2019

Opinion, Culture, Politics & Policy

KENT: Liberals’ $600 million media bailout lacks depth, fails to solve core problem

Peter Kent discusses the problems with the federal governments recent media bailout.

Peter Kent / Dec 22, 2018

Politics & Policy

Canadian Yellow Vest Movement releases unofficial manifesto

The yellow vest movement has seemingly reached Canada.

Cosmin Dzsurdzsa / Dec 18, 2018

Politics & Policy

Trudeau government seeks to end arms sale to Saudi Arabia

Canada is actively seeking to leave its arms deal with Saudi Arabia.

Ali Taghva / Dec 17, 2018

Politics & Policy

GoFundMe set up for Airforce Captain's prosthetic leg after Veterans Affairs refused to cover the bill

Veterans Affairs has refused to pay for an Air Force Captain’s prosthetic leg after she lost her leg and her infant son during an accident on the 401.

Cosmin Dzsurdzsa / Dec 14, 2018

Politics & Policy

Interview with Allan Dale, P.E.I. Progressive Conservative leadership candidate

Allan Dale is seeking the P.E.I. Progressive Conservative leadership.

John Ployer / Dec 14, 2018

Politics & Policy

Interview with Shawn Driscoll: PEI PC Party leadership candidate

"If we have any chance of getting Islander’s votes, we need to shake things up. We need a party that isn’t run by backroom politics and an old boy’s club."

John Ployer / Dec 11, 2018

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