Monia Mazigh
Aug 14 2015 | Stephen Harper's national security advisers are not doing a very good job. They seem to be whispering about new anti-terror measures -- but these are really nothing more than re-packaged old actions.
Rick Salutin
Aug 14 2015 | Canada's greatest columnist wasn't Canadian. He was Ray Guy and he was a Newfoundlander.
Amy Goodman
Aug 13 2015 | This year's Venice Biennale showcases a growing community of politically engaged artists, who not only reflect the beauty and brutality of the world, but might actually change it.
Wayne MacPhail
Aug 12 2015 | Avid fans of technology have a term for folks who aren't so rabid about code and gadgets -- they call them "normals." Nerds see gadgets as an end in themselves. These are the two solitudes of tech.
Ellen Russell
Aug 11 2015 | Promises always sound good, especially in election season. It seems like a more productive economy should make us all better off. But a pro-business productivity agenda might not be helping workers.
Rick Salutin
Aug 11 2015 | How could objective "scientists" happily verify that waterboarding isn't torture? They aren't just social observers, they're social agents, with their own motives that deserve careful research.
Pat Kerwin
Aug 10 2015 | Seniors' growing level of debt is a real concern in Canada. Is it a sign of things to come as today's working-age Canadians put themselves more deeply into debt?
Ralph Surette
Aug 10 2015 | This is not an election like any other. What's at stake is nothing less than the integrity of Canada's most fundamental features.
Murray Dobbin
Aug 7 2015 | The Harper government is more at odds with Canadians over public health care than they are on any other issue. And pharmacare demonstrates this in spades.
Rick Salutin
Aug 6 2015 | The new approach to election debates strips off the national component and boutiques the process, bringing us one step closer to the neoliberalization of Canada's electoral process.
Amy Goodman
Aug 6 2015 | The world changed irrevocably 70 years ago, on Aug. 6, 1945, when the United States dropped the first nuclear weapon in history on the civilian population of Hiroshima, Japan.
Wayne MacPhail
Aug 5 2015 | What can popular culture tell us about Bill C-51 and the world another Harper government would usher in? The number 1 lesson is that we can't give in to fear.
David Christopher
Aug 3 2015 | A new threat to the open Internet has arisen from an unusual source. Known as the "right to be forgotten," it could drastically change how people share, communicate and access information online.
Duncan Cameron
Aug 2 2015 | Harper knows that if he wins a minority government the other parties will be in no position to fight another election soon. That is the weakness in his plan the opposition parties need to exploit.
Rick Salutin
Jul 31 2015 | This election, for two-thirds of Canadians, shouldn't have to be about a choice between two flawed opposition parties who don't differ on much. It should be a choice between Harper and not-Harper.