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KEVIN TOBIN CARTOON: April 17, 2021
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JIM GUY: Defending Arctic sovereignty may be Trudeau's next big international challenge
John Ivison: A federal budget for you? No, it's out to crush the NDP and shame Conservatives
If the Liberal Party does not regain its parliamentary majority after lavishing $143 billion in new spending on every sub-set of the Canadian population, it should call a royal commission of inquiry. Chrystia Freeland’s first budget professes to ...
Colby Cosh: Fine, fussy Boomers, we'll take your AstraZeneca vaccine
What this country needs right now is a sociopath. And I’m not really up to the job, but I can do an excellent imitation. On Sunday the provinces of Ontario and Alberta announced that they will make the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine ...
LETTER: Daffodils offer hope for those affected by cancer
For more than 70 years, the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) has celebrated the Daffodil Campaign in April. The daffodil is resilient, it is the first flower to bloom in the spring and for those living with cancer, it is a symbol of strength, courage ...
BRUCE MacKINNON CARTOON: April 17, 2021
Bruce MacKinnon cartoon for April 17, 2021. - Bruce MacKinnon ...
MICHAEL de ADDER CARTOON: April 19, 2021
JOHN DeMONT: Has rural Nova Scotia's time finally come?
I used to drive through this province wistfully. Wheeling through towns and villages where the For Sale signs seemed to outnumber those announcing Open For Business, I sometimes had the sinking feeling that I should memorize those places because, ...
LETTER: Coverage of Cape Breton murder case upsets reader
Re: ‘Cape Breton man admits to 2017 killing of Sydney Businessman James David Matthews,’ Cape Breton Post online, April 8. We, the family of James Matthews, endured deep sadness and frustration caused by the publication of your ...
THINKING OUT LOUD WITH SHELDON MacLEOD: Dr. Afua Cooper: Education and emancipation
Dalhousie University is receiving more than 1-million dollars to fund a three-year project led by Professor Afua Cooper. She describes her 30 year effort to bring Black studies to Canadian Universities an upward battle. We discuss that and the Nova ...
ALAN HOLMAN: P.E.I. government not as bad as some say
For the past five weeks The Guardian has been carrying a series of opinion pieces alleging that the Island’s government suffers from "systemic maladministration." Martin Ruben is a consultant on governance and accountability, among ...
LETTER: A 'get out of jail free' card
Regarding the recent article (No jail time for employee theft, April 14), the reason given for no jail time is "the individual is a UPEI student on a student visa and a criminal conviction could impact the ability to stay in the country." ...