BLATCHFORD: Don’t blame SNC-Lavalin for lobbying so hard; blame Liberals' handling of it
THOMAS WALKOM: Wilson-Raybould still in control
HEATHER MALLICK: Follow Ardern’s example: Don’t speak killer’s name
OPINION: New breast screening guidelines fail Canadian women
COYNE: It's when you read details of media bailout that the chill sets in
EDITORIAL: Nothing less than 100 per cent
BRUCE MacKINNON CARTOON: March 21, 2019
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VIBERT: Budget might calm Liberal nerves
The Liberals won the 2015 federal election by outflanking the NDP on the left, and this week’s budget served notice that they won’t stray far from that same basic playbook in 2019. When federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau finally got ...
OPINION: No excuse, and too much risk, to reject immunization
He died at five years old. Too young for school, but not too young for measles. He would become just another statistic for everyone but his grieving parents. They would have vaccinated him in a heartbeat, had such a safeguard been available. But ...
BLATCHFORD: Liberals shut down SNC probe with dazzling duplicity
It was just one more perfectly predictable, almost perfectly staged, extended selfie in the life of official Ottawa. Christie Blatchford Budget day in the nation’s capital, the cable news networks filled with spinners spinning, many ...
KEVIN TOBIN CARTOON: Mar. 20, 2019.
CHANTAL HEBERT: Singh must keep his eye on the Greens
For his first question in the House of Commons, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh asked the prime minister whether he was going to make housing more affordable for Canadians. This is an issue the NDP leader pursued throughout his recent byelection ...
OPINION: Suing oil companies over climate change will only hurt taxpayers
Lee Harding Guest Opinion The City of Victoria wants to round up municipalities to sue oil companies for damages from climate change. Not only is such a case virtually impossible to prove, it's also full of rich ...
GYWNNE DYER: Terrorism and the Difference (New Zealand-Australia)
Extreme right-wing terrorism, mostly of the ‘white nationalist’ variety, is becoming as big a problem as Islamist terrorism in many places. That’s certainly the case in the United States, where the US Government Accounting Office ...
EDITORIAL: High-speed internet chase
It’s starting to sound like a broken record. Rural Islanders are getting reliable high-speed internet. The most recent promise of high-speed internet to rural P.E.I. was made on March 15 in Tracadie Cross. Premier Wade MacLauchlan was on ...
OPINION: Voting ‘yes’ for MMP
Jessica MacFadzen-Reid Guest Opinion If you pull up the census from 2016, it is evident that low-income families make up a majority on the Island. Half of the families live under the poverty line, with a devastating number of 845 families ...