‘Nobody in the Chinese Canadian diaspora was surprised’: Diaspora communities balance fears of foreign meddling with political organizing
As revelations continue to surface about interference by the Chinese government in recent Canadian elections, Canada’s diaspora communities say they’ve been warning about this issue for years.
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Notes from a rural neighbour: On COVID, community, and big-city solutions to every problem
Urban concerns are understandably of outsized importance to policymakers, but rural voices should not be wholly drowned out in the big-city din. When it came to COVID measures, rural Canadians just wanted some understanding and consideration for their unique circumstances.
French pension protests prompt the question: How secure is the Canada Pension Plan?
Our past success in CPP reform demonstrates that governments can work across party lines within our sometimes fractious federation to implement smart policy focused on our long-term future. This is something we see too little of today.
Government policies are helping to push grocery prices higher
At a time when many factors are pushing food prices higher, Ottawa is actively contributing to the problem by limiting competition and making things more expensive.
The future of warfare is changing—and Canada has no clear plan to keep up
While the acquisition of the P-8 would ensure that Canada’s long-range patrol aircraft fleet will remain relevant for the foreseeable future, the overall process by which the government arrived at its selection could benefit from a rethink.
Changing a lyric in O Canada is not a path to reconciliation
Canada’s Indigenous communities are making strides to be a part of mainstream society. We don’t need any more people making decisions on our behalf or any more virtual signaling messages that only create further divisions.