Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit next week to India seems to be part of a game plan to garner Indo-Canadian votes, for one can find no other credible reasons for the week-long visit, writes former Canadian diplomat Bhupinder Liddar.
"See it from his point of view and quit wasting your energy yelling and being easily offended," writes Wet'suwet'en First Nation member Dolores Bazil. "Instead, organize and work towards climate change, land claims and maintaining a pristine coast where our food supply is restored."
B.C. and Alberta are perfectly poised to lead Canada’s transition to a more sustainable and secure form of energy security and prosperity, but the two provinces are now creating a level of hostility and resentment I don’t think we’ve ever seen.
The imminent sale of one of Canada’s largest construction companies to the Peoples’ Republic of China should give Premier John Horgan pause. In fact, it should lead him to a smart reversal of his support for the Site C dam, writes Green Party leader Elizabeth May.
First off, what able-bodied youngish bunch of bureaucrats at City Hall decided that holding a consultation process involving senior citizens in the middle of winter was a smart idea? There is nothing an older person fears more than a severe fall, which, at their age can lead to serious complications and quickly turn into a life-or-death situation.
To find Gerald Stanley guilty, would be to find him responsible for his actions — actions which resulted in the death of Colten Boushie, an Indian. But we don’t do that in this country. White Canada is not responsible for what has happened to Indians.
The latest spat between B.C. and Alberta over the Kinder Morgan pipeline has given climate activists across the country a chance to have a lot of fun. But it’s also causing a backlash among many mainstream Canadians who are saddened by the divisiveness.