Increasing immigration is a laudable goal, but only if we fix the problems that are already plaguing our country. We need a functioning society so that newcomers can enjoy the good life and promises we are claiming to offer.
In too many areas, Canadian institutions and economies fall short of being able to effectively empower new Canadians, ultimately disadvantaging them and those who are already here.
Although all decisions likely require some level of civilian input, the balance of civilian considerations over military ones is skewed. This often manifests in policies that add excessive bureaucratic requirements on troops or does not address their needs.
With the world in a precarious place, what assurance does Canada have that we are well prepared for any coming conflict? When it comes to defence and security, the answer is depressingly little.
Even as Biden and Xi talked up the need for cooperation at the G-20, there are signs that the relationship between their countries has undergone a permanent rupture. Canada must make a choice, and the Trudeau government has started to signal that it’s prepared to abandon its own Sinophile instincts.
The experience of the pandemic has required some updating to libertarian priors about how much people are willing to sacrifice to help each other. But that doesn’t mean we need to abandon libertarian principles altogether.
Inflation is afflicting the wine world, too—Here are three regions still delivering bang for the buck
All is not lost, though. Here are three regions that are holding value and keeping price points low and quality high.
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?
Analysis of the benefits of vaccination and the risk of infection has been plagued by junk science and political science both by proponents and opponents of vaccination.
Eliminating conspiracy theories during pandemics is virtually impossible. Understanding that they exist, and why, is important in determining how best to confront them. Restoring faith in institutions will be key.