Purging the Conservative Party of Canada’s tent of hate is going to be very difficult, given how long and hard people like Pierre Poilievre have worked to churn it up against any number of supposed enemies, writes columnist Max Fawcett.
Last week, we learned Canada has crossed a terrible threshold: 50 per cent of all women in federal prisons are now Indigenous. Lawyer Corey Shefman asks: will this shameful reality continue to be ignored by politicians, policy-makers and the Canadian public?
As we argued before the Alberta court, the Impact Assessment Act is reasonable, justified and falls squarely within federal jurisdiction. The federal appeal has every chance of success in the Supreme Court.