Justin Trudeau claims solutions to the Wet'suwet'en solidarity blockades must be found in the House of Commons; Doug Ford bungles Ontario's new license plate; Michael Bloomberg throws a weak punch.
From Canada to Costa Rica, universal health care is already a reality. Perhaps when the U.S. presidential election is over, sensible health policy can become a reality in the U.S., too.
The Hum Podcast
Nora Sandigo's story as the legal guardian of 2,000 undocumented migrant children is the focus of the documentary "The Great Mother." She talks about the moment she knew she had to take action.
During Bloomberg's tenure as New York mayor, five million predominantly black and brown youths were stopped under "stop and frisk." Now he wants communities of colour to accept his apology.
American citizens should, at least, be forewarned when politicians and commentators tell bald-faced lies about Canada, especially about our health-care system.
After Republicans and Democrats cried wolf about "socialist" bogeymen for decades, ordinary Americans struggling amid a national affordability crisis are taking interest in Sanders' democratic vision.
David J. Climenhaga
Does anyone actually believe Jason Kenney's claim that Gerald Butts, then Justin Trudeau's principal secretary, secretly conspired with the White House in 2015?
Iowa and New Hampshire are home to some of the oldest and whitest populations in the U.S. Those states do not represent the Democratic party's diverse supporter base.
The Trump peace plan laid out by Jared Kushner was drawn up with no voices from the Palestinian side. There is little hope of the situation improving for the Palestinian people under the plan.
Failure to support transgender people, especially youth, can lead to a cascade of problems, from physical and mental health problems, self-harm and being victimized by discrimination and violence.