Parents to receive big cheques from Ford government for childcare
The rebate was a part of the PCs platform and was a campaign promise, and it’s a promise that the FOrd government has laid out in clear detail. The plan was adopted from former PC leader Patrick Brown’s platform, and was dubbed the “People’s Guarentee.”
Don’t dance with the dead—you will get sick and die
What do we gain from hoisting the bodies of beloved 20th century icons? Dancing with the dead is a clear sign of a culture unaware of what harm they are doing to themselves.
No, 16-year-olds should not be allowed to vote
Last year, Calgary City Councillor George Chahal put forward a proposal to have the Alberta government explore the idea of lowering the voting age in municipal elections to 16 from 18 years of age. The idea is still in the public conscience, recently even being espoused by Nancy Pelosi.
Philpott and Wilson-Raybould: too late for Justin to say sorry
Since her expulsion on Tuesday, the former AG Wilson-Raybould has stated that Trudeau’s reluctance to apologize for his alleged political interference in a prosecution is key to the SNC-Lavalin affair playing out how it did.
Too much choice is a bad thing, and it’s driving us all crazy
There’s no need to have a triple-decker bacon-infused red velvet pancake on a menu. Just plain old fashion pancakes will do. Why the need for so much choice? Does it really benefit anyone?
The Daughters of the Vote protest Scheer, grill Trudeau for fake feminism
“When I hear the leader, yourself, speaking about being a feminist. To me, you cannot be a feminist if you are raping the land. You cannot be a feminist if you are allowing corporations to rape the land. That is our mother.”
This is how Canada’s impaired driving laws abuse innocent civilians
She would not be charged for any crimes, although still, she was on the receiving end of punishment. On top of her licence being suspended for a week, she also had her car impounded because she had tested positive for THC during the roadside test.
Should O Canada be sung in Iqaluit schools? Some are saying no
In Nunavut’s only city, Iqaluit students are now being faced with a decision. Should the national anthem be sung every morning? Or should it be pushed to the wayside?