We are becoming a ship of fools adrift on international waters, and not only is that obscured by Harper's doubletalk, but the opposition parties have failed to bring any of this to light.
Countries announced the conclusion of negotiations on the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership "free trade" deal this week. What's in that agreement and why should we be concerned?
Canada has an international reputation for justice and environmental protection. But do we really deserve it, especially after nine years under the Harper government? Nope!
The Conservative government's Bill C-24 has already been put into use with the denationalization of at least five men. Here are three problematic weaknesses with it.
The divisions between the Liberals, NDP and the Greens on immigration policies remain few, except when it comes to support for Bill C-51.
Since the mid-2000s Canada's special forces have steadily expanded because these elite units have close ties to their U.S. counterparts and the government is not required to divulge information.
A country that gets so careless and/or confused about its most basic right -- citizenship -- probably deserves to have an election about it.
Dairy farmers have a lot to lose during this election, and not just on Oct. 19.
Claiming "victory" because GDP is growing again after a recession is a bit like commenting on how good it feels to stop beating your head against the wall.
Building on the success of the nation-wide actions coordinated by the BCGEU in March 2015, the coalition campaign against C-51 has been relaunched.