Neither the Wildrose nor PC parties still exist, but the leadership contest may be another clash of their legacies.
In the Know
Canadians now tightening household budgets as inflation persists
Indigenous & the Papacy
After the Pope’s apology: What comes next?
Immigration & Ideology
Are immigrants more left leaning than natives?
Visions of Kiev
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As recently as 1976, a majority of Canadian children had a stay-at-home parent. Today, that number has dropped to a mere 18 percent.
The Truss government’s highly-imperfect and clumsily-executed tax cuts were a brief challenge to the prevailing orthodoxy. They represented a rightful recognition that the Western governments’ overfocus on demand-side redistribution has failed to deliver higher rates of economic growth.
Denied his initial objectives of the complete conquest of Ukraine, Putin must salvage what he can, partly to avoid potential domestic fallout and threats to his regime’s stability.
Last Sunday, the Italians did something they hadn’t done since Benito Mussolini was appointed prime minister by King Victor Emmanuel III in 1922. They elected a right-wing coalition with Giorgia…
Is there not some inconsistency, not to say hypocrisy, in performing ceremonials of public remorse about human rights crimes committed in the past while responding cautiously to similar offenses being committed in the present on a far larger scale, albeit in distant places?