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Canadians will be living with pandemic fallout for a long time to come. Not just in health care and the economy – in our social and political order.
Canadians can be forgiven for scratching their heads in bewilderment these days. After having been told by Health Minister Patty Hajdu in January through early... more
It is always refreshing to hear that someone actually does what he or she says they are going to do. Being a “man of his word” used to be a compliment. It is... more
While Ecumenical Patriarchate was preparing to start a discussion of prospects of having a representation in Kyiv, Ukrainian government gave up monitoring the... more
One of the many things on my “things to worry about” list is the growing use of robots.
Like other previous technologies that were going to make life easier... more
Disappointed, let down, betrayed. I’m not sure which best expresses my reaction to the news that our Liberal government has dropped the idea of changing the... more
Now that parliamentarians are starting to talk seriously about changing the way we elect MPs, the nay-sayers have come out with the most common argument to... more
BREAKING: the government has JUST announced they will consider a sneaky attempt by Bell to undo new customer protection rules through an obscure, rarely... more
There is a time and a place for humour. When the Prime Minister of Canada made a joke in response to Mr. Mulcair’s question about the legitimacy of Canada’s... more
Sometimes it’s not hard to understand why so few Canadians trust their politicians. Case in point: Kevin Sorenson, government MP and Minister of State for... more
A recent public opinion poll showed that 73% of Canadians feel the top priority for government science should be protecting our health, safety... more
This week – 26th to 30th of August, 2013 in Ottawa, Ontario – the Ontario Ministry of Transport is hauling local commercial vehicles into a baseball stadium,... more