Politics in Canada

Columnists
Nov 3, 2017
Image: Masuma Asad Khan/Facebook

When free speech is no longer free for all

If free speech gets shut down it will always be the privileged who benefit because they have the power, the guns, the legal institutions, the money, to bend the final decisions to their ends.
Columnists
Nov 3, 2017
Quebec and Quebecers are the first to know how a majority can be oppressive and can interfere with minority rights. Photo: Alfred Weidinger

On independence and the niqab

Quebec's shameful embrace of a niqab ban grew out of the identity politics that followed the failed 1995 referendum to separate from Canada
Photos
Nov 1, 2017
The lack of transparency around NAFTA means undemocratic policies are being considered which could harm ordinary Canadians

Using NAFTA to control Canadians

Marianela Ramos Capelo
Digital Freedom Update
The lack of transparency around NAFTA means undemocratic policies are being considered which could harm ordinary Canadians
Blog
Oct 30, 2017
Toronto Star newsroom, December 17, 1930. Photo: Toronto History​/Flickr

Why is Toronto's media still so white?

John Miller
More than half of Toronto's population identified as a visible minority in the 2016 census, yet represent just a tiny minority of Toronto's media. It's time to change.

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