Increasing immigration is a laudable goal, but only if we fix the problems that are already plaguing our country. We need a functioning society so that newcomers can enjoy the good life and promises we are claiming to offer.
Like many other young people, especially university and college students who were about to graduate, we were excited and felt optimistic about the new decade and truly starting our professional careers and the adventures we would have. And then COVID hit.
When weighing the pros and cons of remaining a constitutional monarchy versus becoming a Canadian republic free from the Crown, we should take into account the best the monarchy can offer us, as embodied in the life of service of Queen Elizabeth II.
Ukraine is ‘longing for freedom’: Zelenskyy tells Canadian students he draws inspiration from the Toronto Raptors
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed Canadian students via livestream on Wednesday, reminiscing of his time in Toronto, acknowledging Canada’s contributions to his embattled country, and imploring the world for more support.
As the U.S. shifted its foreign policy to focus more on China, Russia stepped up in recent years to fill that regional gap: from economic alliances with Middle Eastern oil producers to increasing its ties with strongmen leaders in Libya and Syria, with Bashar Al-Assad supporting Putin’s actions.
Amal Attar-Guzman: China will not invade Taiwan in 2022, and climate migration will rise in the new year
To close out the year, we’ve asked our contributors and staff to make a prediction about 2022. You would think, at least since the early days of 2020, that we’d…
This sentiment about our perceived global goodness is all good and dandy but when I try to delve deeper into what people think about Canada’s current foreign policy agenda and its objectives, people draw a blank.