Andrew Coyne, writing in the Globe and Mail, says that "In the 12 days or so since the Coastal GasLink pipeline dispute blew up from a localized confrontation in the British Columbia interior to a national crisis, two schools of thought have predominated: The first holds that the protests that have blocked rail lines and … Continue reading I’m sorry to say that Andrew Coyne is wrong
In the midst of the turmoil caused by climate-activists shutting down important parts of the Canadian economy, and Justin Trudeau's ongoing failure to even try to act like a grownup, much less like a leader, other issues are liable to be forgotten. But, I see, according to an article in the Globe and Mail, that … Continue reading The 5G dilemma
So, I saw this on social media: According to the Guardian, a reputable albeit somewhat progressive journal, "The [Australian] freight rail operator Aurizon has launched legal action against five environmental activists and is seeking $375,000 in compensation for a series of recent protests that stopped coal trains ... [and] ... Aurizon lodged a statement of claim … Continue reading Great idea! Can it work in Canada?
Mark Joseph is an American multimedia producer (I'm not exactly sure what that means, I know what the words mean, I just don't know how a multimedia production differs from, say, a film or a TV show), talk-show host, columnist, author and publisher, about whom I knew absolutely nothing until I stumbled upon an article … Continue reading Divisions
Derek Burney, who, over a long and distinguished career, has been a diplomat, political strategist, business executive and teacher, too, writes, in the National Post, that "It is times like this when Lucien Bouchard’s claim that “Canada is not a real country” has an eerie ring of truth. Protesters of many stripes have the upper … Continue reading Justin Trudeau has ceded the right to govern
So, Saturday, 15 February 2020, marked the 55th anniversary of the adoption of the modern Canadian Flag, known, still I think, as the Maple Leaf Flag ... ... to many of us who grew up and came of age under the old Red Ensign, which had been in general use for over a century ... … Continue reading Flag Day?
... to watch Prime Ministre Justin Trudeau playing the obsequious sycophant to various third-world despots as he tries to curry favour and bribe them into voting for Canada's bid to secure a worthless, powerless, temporary, second-class seat on the United Nations Security Council. He has seemed oblivious to the fact that he's bragging about Canada's … Continue reading It’s been embarrassing …