By identifying widely-accepted principles as “characteristics of white supremacy,” the government may inadvertently trivialize and even perpetuate the abhorrent reality of racism itself.
In a culture that sees social expectations as a form of oppression, can we really expect everyone to wake up in the morning of our pandemic present and suddenly agree that we are all in it together?
In our inaugural Hub Dialogue, Howard Anglin and Sean Speer debate whether Canadians should be optimistic about Canada’s future or cheerfully pessimistic.
The fact that Trade Wars are Class Wars won the Lionel Gelber Prize is a sign that its ideas hold sway with elites. Fiscal spending and full employment are in vogue, challenging bedrock conservative values.
While money laundering may be increasingly prominent in pop culture, it has also been the subject of frontpage exposés in our national newspapers.
The lack of coherency in the government of Canada’s approach to China reflects a confusion of its interests and a hypocrisy in its values.
Cultural cohesion was already unravelling by 1968, when the first boomers cast their first presidential ballots
The sales pitch for the plan involves the promise of low user fees for families. Yet, the proposed national system is structurally opposed to equity for all families
Public trust in government institutions is in freefall
Back in the immediacy of the populist moment in 2016, there was a brief window when academic, business, media and political elites seemed to recognize that they had drifted too far from ordinary citizens in their societies. These early developments, however, failed to sustain themselves