How not to protect the lives of sex trade workers

The ruling from the Supreme Court of Canada was pretty clear in the Bedford case.

All together now: How we stop Enbridge’s pipelines and tankers

It came to me in response to a biased question from a Sun News reporter in Toronto.  The question, playing into the warped world of Ezra Lavant, prompted me to explain what “protesters” might

Passenger rail in Canada is in crisis

There has been a lot of attention of late to what moves on Canada’s rails.

Finance, Budgets And Shuffles

In the last few weeks, there were a few shake-ups on the Canadian political scene.

For Canadian youth, the future isn't what it used to be

“Education is the point at which we decide whether we love the world enough to assume responsibility for it, and by the same token save it from that ruin which except for renewal, except for th

4 facts about Keystone XL:

Last week I wrote to US Secretary of State John Kerry to urge him to reject

Places you will never find Stephen Harper…

The title might suggest I am about to point out you’ll never find him at the Saturday Farmer’s Market on Salt Spring Island or the Galiano Island Literary Festival, where I happen to be at the mome

Why no MP should vote for the budget

On second thought, this blog should be titled, “Why no self-respecting MP should vote for the budget.”

The globalization of the work force

It used to be understood that a healthy economy included low unemployment and available jobs right across the country.

Climate change also a security threat

By Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, Green MP Bruce Hyer

Syndicate content