Myths die hard. For example, a third of Canadian adults say they still believe in Santa Claus. It’s harder to justify the three Big Lies surrounding the alleged Canadian oil discount — they serve the interests of Big Oil, the most powerful industry on earth
Incumbent mayoral candidate John Tory’s inability to grasp the existence, extent, and implications of his white privilege is akin to white Toronto’s inability to grasp mayoral candidate Faith Goldy. Both are rooted in a conflict-averse fragility that comfortably masquerades as pragmatism.
As Ontarians prepare to go to the polls to elect their municipal representatives on Oct. 22, voters should pay particular attention to candidates who propose concrete measures to protect the environment, advocate for sustainable development policies and equip our cities with green infrastructure in an effort to flight climate change, writes Ottawa candidate Anthony Carricato
The bottom line is that the NEB is probably Canada’s most broken, distrusted regulator and yet Justin Trudeau is entrusting this body to rush a 22 week redo of the Trans Mountain pipeline review, with the expectation that somehow, some way, the result is going to be different, writes Cameron Fenton.