According to the important Ottawa media, Paul Martin has been a sure thing in the snail's race for the succession of the Prime Minister because he has waited longest for the job. If he is somehow rob
There are many Canadians who dislike this war and many who dislike it but are not allowed to say so or express their doubts or admit to skepticism without inviting the Canadian government's singular
Few are left to believe in the divine right of kings. But the more I see of the monarchy, the more I grow uneasy in the company of an imperial presidency.
Why can't the media visit the contentious Cuban prisoner of war camps? Why can't the allied media visit the camps and interview the imprisoned? What is their secret?The secrets here are the same as a
It is not at all certain that our American allies have a handle on the war they so eagerly got themselves (and us) into. In the clamour of patriotism and the appealing visuals of air bombings, it is
The Defence Minister and the Canadian government has defaulted in its responsibilities to its Armed Forces and to the Canadian people by wobbling and waffling on the issue of the disposition and proc
The fall of Enron, friend and spoiled child of the Bush administration, its principal donor and maximum financial supporter, has been described as a systemic failure in which Murphy's law presided ov
Canada should examine the motives of those who seem so eager to put Canadian lives at risk in Afghanistan when and where our presence is not really needed and for no true purpose or clear end.
Parents in Ontario already have a choice about whether to send their kids to private schools. The question is whether the state should be subsidizing that choice.
The American media are more interested in this war because its viewers and readers and advertisers are American. This makes sense. It has nothing to do with journalism.