We're in the middle of a new citizens' movement popping up all over the country that is preaching to the unconverted for a change. And it might just turn things around.
Alice Klein is the co-founder, editor and CEO of Toronto's longest-running free alternative newsweekly, NOW Magazine and NOW Communications Inc. Her regular rabble column appears courtesy of NOW Magazine.
ProjectDemocracy.ca launched yesterday and it is ready to play. Now, we can all be election geeks together.
We are a bunch of losers right now, in more ways than one. Our political league doesn't seem to have the bench strength to make it into the playoffs, let alone the Cup.
We all know the polling numbers suck. But one week into the campaign, I say hats off to all three federal opposition parties. They've given us an election about issues that actually mean something.
The timing drama is over and the spring election is definitely on. I couldn't be happier to see an end to the Stephen Harper government's giant fuck-you to the values of the majority of Canadians.
What if right around now a solid hunk of global finance grew out of its devilishly anti-social phase and over the next few years got a social life, fell in love and got engaged?
I'm voting for George Smitherman on Monday, and I hope you do, too. Especially you, my beloved left-wing friends, and of course those of you who may be wondering if you will even bother to vote.
Collette Baron-Reid is a born-and-bred Toronto psychic who has made it big time in new-age land as an author, radio show host, psychic reader and conversationalist with the dead.
Tragedy poses the basic questions: What is life really all about? Is nature trying to tell us something? Biomimicry is based on a deep biological read of exactly these two questions.
How perfect the Tories' ditching of the mandatory long-form census data collection is for themselves -- and how dangerous for the rest of us.