The legal decision that denied chemo to an Aboriginal girl based on her parents' Aboriginal rights makes it sound like a noble but tragic conflict between two rights -- but these rights are not equal.
Politics in Canada
David J. Climenhaga
If this keeps up, it’s hard to believe Wildrose Party Leader Danielle Smith won't soon be thinking seriously about pulling the plug on politics.
The Canadian Federation of Students say that politicians are willing to pay lip service to student issues, but offer little more than that.
There has been a deluge of construction projects of homes in and around East Jerusalem. Is this in order to maintain a geographic stranglehold on a united Jerusalem as capital of the Jewish state?
On Tuesday morning Health for All, along with representatives from other signatory organizations, tried to deliver a letter to Finance Minister Joe Oliver’s constituency office in Toronto.
A new report warns that expansive new protections in CETA's investment chapter could unleash a corporate litigation boom against Canada, the EU and individual EU member states.
On balance, the tax package proposed in this report will result in a regressive and unfair tax regime in Nova Scotia that will harm the economy and make current problems worse.
David Taub Bancroft
Critics of Kim Campbell's proposal for gender parity charge that it will open the floodgates to other oppressed groups demanding fair representation of their own. And this is a bad thing how, exactly?
Nov 27, 2014 to Nov 28, 2014
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On November 27, join us for an evening with journalist Mike De Souza to discuss the impact of the federal government's current approach to science policy.
The Harper government is trying to accelerate the elimination of Aboriginal rights so it can push through pipelines. We have to say no!