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Attempted Trudeau assassination highlights racial disparities

When Corey Hurren rammed his truck through the gates of Rideau Hall,… Read more on page 4

Sask. Party government makes right call on public notices

If you blinked, you probably missed it. Read more on page 4

Conservative leadership race exposes dearth of strong leadership

With half of 2020 already in the books (really, where has the time gone?), only a very lucky… Read more on page 4

A reminder to beware of scammers

It was a Tuesday just like any other.  Read more on page 4

Our silence says it all

In all of Canada, there may be no group that is more protective of our democratic freedoms… Read more on page 4

Racism still felt by too many Canadians

In a 2020 that has been replete with bad news, there’s some good news for Canadians who… Read more on page 4

All lives matter? It’s not enough to just say it

It was 2013 when the phrase “Black Lives Matter” emerged as a response to the… Read more on page 4

COVID-19 raises important questions about our civic duty

I’ve always wondered why movies about apocalyptic events take such a pessimistic view of human nature. Read more on page 4

COVID-19 should make us ponder pollution

Last week, I reflected about the lasting legacy of COVID-19, and, in particular,… Read more on page 4

COVID-19 shows food supply flaws

As Canadians, it’s sometimes too easy for us to take for granted the fact… Read more on page 4