Since the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s ﬁndings, administrators, faculty members and students have heard that universities should be “Indigenized.”
COVID-19 The Politics of a Pandemic Moral Panic
COVID-19 The Politics of a Pandemic Moral Panic explores the political and social responses that have been tributary to the medical responses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Extremist Opportunism in the COVID Economy
How Extremists Are Using the Covid Economy as a Recruiting Tool and a Springboard for Radical Ideas
Do Something! 365 Ways You Can Strengthen Canada
Politicians, legislatures and parliament are widely mistrusted. Canadians do not see their issues and concerns reflected in the priorities of the people elected to serve them.
Weaponizing the Law
The indictment of former U.S. president Donald Trump for crimes invented by his political opponents is the most egregious example yet seen of the weaponizing of the law. The United States is now full of examples. However, in Canada, we also see the law being...
“Looking At” Seizing Control Over Western Canada’s Natural Resources
OTTAWA, REGINA - Last week, two things happened that could have profound impacts on natural resources development in Saskatchewan. One is a hint the federal government might want to take control of natural resources away from the provinces, and the other is the...
The Swedish Response to Covid-19 versus Canada
In a recent New York Times article, David Wallace Wells asked, “How did No-Mandate Sweden End up with such an average pandemic”. Let’s be clear. This admission from the New York Times, who tried to destroy the response to Covid-19, starting in April 2020 and...
Ideology and Dysfunction in Family Law: How the courts disenfranchise fathers
For several decades now, fathers have faced significant, widespread bias in family courts across Canada.
Admitted but Excluded
Many skilled immigrants who arrive in Canada face regulatory barriers that prevent them from working in the professions for which they were trained.
Birth of a Boom: Saskatchewan’s Dawning Golden Age
Throughout history, no factor has impacted the quality of the lives people live more than the quality of their public policies.