It’s even possible some of these books are already on your shelf — you just need a nudge to finally pick it up to read.
Plenty of Canadians complain about Quebec’s unique status on other matters of regulation, but Ontario is the outlier when it comes to securities.
This week’s Hub Dialogue roundtable discusses how several hundred thousand new Conservative Party members will fit into the existing membership and also digs into the heightening tensions around Taiwan.
Who will Canadians blame for economic strife? David Frum on the political consequences of a looming recession
On today’s episode of Frum Dialogues, David Frum and host Sean Speer discuss growing signs of a recession in the United States and the short- and long-term consequences including for Canada’s own economy.
“My concern is, right now, we have a political discourse that’s dominated by people on the Left and Right saying everything’s terrible and that nothing short of stripping everything down is going to make things better,” says Dominic Cardy,
Even though I was reading repeated warnings about the potential scale of Russian aggression, I was inclined to agree with President Joe Biden that it seemed more likely to be a “minor incursion.”
By bending to the wishes of the false advocates of justice and progress, Massey College has lost three remarkable senior fellows.
The Chinese government should be facing the reckoning of all reckonings for its actions and inactions that caused and worsened this pandemic. It hasn’t.
The pandemic exposed that our governments are slower and more sclerotic than many of us fully understood. It turns out that Canada has a state capacity problem.
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.