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A friend of mine is building four high-rise condo and rental towers in Victoria, the capital city of British Columbia, where I live. It is a charming city, founded in the 1840s, its core an almost classic English village around which a modern city was slowly...
Etam: Net Zero 2050?
Serious goal-setting seems like a very good way to torment oneself, creating a new reason out of thin air. My New Year’s resolution is to avoid setting goals. Type A is not my type. But maybe it’s time to turn over a new leaf. I’ve decided I don’t want to be a...
EV Battery Plant Subsidies Better Spent Elsewhere
Big handouts to buy votes
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...
Fact from Fiction: Dr. Jay Bhattacharya | Winnipeg Day 2 | National Citizens Inquiry
Dr. Bhattacharya is one of the original authors of the Great Barrington Declaration.
The Loss of Trust in Mainstream Media During COVID-19: Jeffrey Tucker’s Testimony
Jeffrey A. Tucker, the founder and president of Brownstone Institute
Cox: Downtown Rethink
This article entitled People in Toronto won't stop working from home and it's impacting the city paints a relatively negative picture about downtown prospects - noting that Toronto office vacancy rates have just hit their highest level since 1995. Looks like the...
Bruce Pardy Testifies at the National Citizens Inquiry
Bruce Pardy discusses how Government decisions impacted civil liberties during the COVID crisis.
Grey Matter Podcast
Leaders on the Frontier: Sir Roger Douglas
What can Canada learn from New Zealand?
Money Talks: Roger Douglas on Losing Faith in All the Parties – Including Act
Roger Douglas, former Labour Finance Minister and co-founder of the Act Party, is plainly unimpressed with modern politics. “Look at the last 20 years, you tell me anyone, any Government that’s done anything,” he says. Douglas, now 86, probably has more right than...
Poll Question: December 21, 2022 to December 27, 2022 Poll Question: December 14, 2022 to December 20, 2022 According to a recent National Post story Quebec Premier Francois Legault (Canada's most popular Premier) opposes “wokeness” – particularly...