Reflecting back on this crisis, did our centralized school systems fail us? Wave upon wave of school building closures cannot be ignored and months of lost education cannot be dismissed.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen members go to party conventions and vote to approve policy resolutions that their leaders will surely ignore for the next election.
The relationship between the United States and China will be the scaffolding of the international order that emerges from the ashes of two global events that bookended the last decade.
When the Liberal government came to power, it quickly tried to shift the focus away from deficits and onto the debt-to-GDP ratio.
Seventy-five percent of respondents reported they are uneasy with the prospect of China becoming the next global superpower, according to survey data conducted by Public Square and Maru/Blue and provided exclusively to The Hub.
Classical liberals don’t value liberty purely as an end in itself and we don’t simply value liberty because we are nothing but libertines. Classical liberalism rests on a much more foundational and important insight about the central role liberty plays in enabling us to lead good, fulfilling, and meaningful lives.
Cultural cohesion was already unravelling by 1968, when the first boomers cast their first presidential ballots
The immediate response in 2020 was an increase in total health spending as taken from assorted announced federal and provincial measures totalling $44 billion though much of it remains unspent.
By 2025, Canada’s federal debt may increase by roughly $716 billion — nearly double our pre-COVID level. And 2020 and 2021 alone account for over $520 billion of that. With such staggering sums, it’s natural to wonder what this means for the future.
In the past six years, my feminist credo, and that of my prime minister, has been challenged. We have both been confronted by the realities of what it means to be a woman in the workplace.