There is a golden thread running through the multitudes of tributes to Clayton Ruby’s legal career that he was always kind to his clients and generous with his colleagues.
‘Toxic innovation’: Ariel Ezrachi and Maurice E. Stucke and on how Big Tech is stifling innovation and harming society
Maurice E. Stucke and Ariel Ezrachi join Hub Dialogues to discuss how Big Tech companies stifle innovation, the harms this is having on our broader culture, and why cities are the true sources of innovation in society.
Howard Anglin: Searching for sacred shades: Some loose principles of living for the politically dispossessed
I can’t think of anything more self-indulgent than trying to corral the motley herd of unexamined prejudices and preferences that passes for my political philosophy. Which makes it a perfectly enjoyable assignment for me.
If there is a battle for the hearts and votes of young Canadians, it likely won’t be won with soaring rhetoric and patriotic appeals.
By bending to the wishes of the false advocates of justice and progress, Massey College has lost three remarkable senior fellows.
Is Canada losing itself? Author Lydia Perović on her adopted country’s political and cultural decline
Lydia Perović joins Hub Dialogues to discuss her immigrant story and how Canada has changed since she arrived, including its declining culture and its troubling turn towards illiberalism.
Eric Kaufmann, who studies populism and its cultural causes, says Poilievre’s campaign has been fairly traditional, especially when compared to the global populist movement that has swept the Western world in the last decade.
The key to overcoming the intergenerational consequences of Indian residential schools cannot be mere acts of symbolism but nor can it involve a retreat from the past.
Poetry is a special form of language because it is unpredictable, and it is unpredictable because it does not communicate ordinary things in the ordinary way. We resort to poetry when prose is too constraining.
Many Canadians want the CBC to be a public broadcaster as it was envisioned, connecting Canadians, advertising-free. Trouble is, it doesn’t care. It wants to be something else.