What is currently taking place on the streets and on campuses is frightening. Blatant antisemitism risks becoming a growing and pervasive problem in Canada. We need a robust response if we hope to fight it.
Canada has had 23 PMs. It may be time to start preparing for number 24.
What is supposed to be the prime minister’s official residence, 24 Sussex, is an abandoned, rat-infested hellhole in dire need of repair But in true Canadian fashion no one can agree on what to do. Alas, this is one more reason why we aren’t a real country.
Ken Money had the right stuff and then some. Jet pilot. Renowned scientist specializing in disciplines directly related to space travel. Athlete. This guy should be a member of the Order of Canada. But he’s not.
Over the years politicians and governments come and go but one thing remains constant: the overwhelming number of violent crimes committed by the same people who keep going in and out of the system.
The fact is there are a lot of ignorant people out there. But is anti-Semitism—never mind anti-anything else—such a dire problem in Canada today? Relatively speaking, we are an tolerant country open to diversity, and we should celebrate that fact.
A novelist and police officer with extensive international experience, Chuck Konkel knows a villain when he sees one. Vladimir Putin is following the same path as his Russian predecessor and 20th-century monster, Josef Stalin, he believes.
The stories of old Red Army soldiers echo the brutalities coming from the present invasion of Ukraine. Russia is once again perpetuating the horrors of war.
No doubt there are countless young people wearing poppies because they know they are supposed to wear them so they don’t forget. But how do you forget something you never learned in the first place?
Here was this young guy from B.C. who had lost his leg to cancer and decided to run across Canada — on one good leg — to raise money for cancer research. Everyone said he was crazy.