The demand for housing in urban areas is outpacing supply, leading to skyrocketing prices and a lack of affordable options for many people.
Ottawa’s LRT is one of the 999 in 1000 projects that fail because it didn’t come in on time, on budget, or with the intended benefits. Moreover, it followed the trajectory of public transit projects across Canada.
Jefford is more than an essayist. He is also a published poet and this sensibility runs through Drinking with the Valkyries. He is a pleasure to read; a master of the English language whose meaning is always clear without being in any way dumbed down.
One problem with Indigo is that it’s failing. The other problem is that it’s abandoning bookselling.
At The Hub, we firmly believe that forward-looking optimism is an important part of creating a better future for Canada. It’s easy to embrace knee-jerk negativity and luddism, but that…
Given the public policy context, Minister Lametti’s talk of “rights” and “humane” ways to end one’s life are not just philosophical chit-chat over beers. His words require clarity and explanation.
Readers cannot and should not stop thinking for themselves. There is no way to coast and take in the news as if it were breakfast cereal. It seems not at all clear that any of the news media can do anything to rectify the situation. To take the moral high ground does not seem possible. It is not even clear that such grounds exist any longer.
With Putin’s ability to win on the ground no longer feasible, aerial bombing is really the last potentially war-winning tool available to him.
Liberalism seemed to be waning and a realist world looked possible just a few years ago, but then Russia invaded Ukraine and China’s economy stalled. Don’t count liberalism out just yet.
Although late in the game, Trudeau’s loss of innocence towards China and recognition that Japan, South Korea, and India are important partners are welcome. But is it too little too late?