If ever there was a sign that we are spending too much time indoors away from genuine human contact, it is the idea that of all the countries in the world, Canada is the one with such an outrageous history of violence and oppression that we ought to cancel the annual national holiday.
El Salvador President Nayib Bukele announced that the country’s congress had just approved a law classifying Bitcoin as legal tender. Of course, the cynics rolled their eyes, and they’ll continue to do so.
We now find ourselves in the odd company of the Slovak Republic and other former communist states when it comes to the efficiency and expectedness of our regulatory processes. This isn’t generally a good sign.
The media has mostly been silent about the risks posed by the Governor General vacuum to our institutional independence and legitimacy. Have they failed to grasp the risk to institutional independence and legitimacy occasioned by Richard Wagner’s tenure as acting Governor General?
More than 80 percent of Canadians inhabit an urban living space, in an environment that does not see big government as inherently bad. The challenge for the modern conservative movement lies in this fact.
Vaccine hesitancy has been increased by the belief that healthy people who get infected will only feel like they got the flu. However, it is important to remember that even those with mild symptoms may develop long-haul COVID symptoms, which can be debilitating.