GIFFORD-JONES: Readers angry over FASD
DR. WONG: No need to delay introducing solid food
BLATCHFORD: Neutrality of Crown witness questioned at start of Joshua Boyle trial
COYNE: The latest tactic to suppress Wilson-Raybould — smear a judge
GYWNNE DYER: Conquest Is Always An Option
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: On memory
VIBERT: The messy side of realpolitik
When an irresistible force meets an immovable object, the old song goes, something’s gotta give. The irresistible force in this analogy is the new Liberal brand Justin Trudeau successfully sold Canadians in 2015. It was irresistible to Jody ...
Daphne Bramham: What's behind Michelle Obama's rock-star popularity
A former first lady packed Rogers Arena Thursday night. Not only did Michelle Obama sell out the stadium, there were lines of groupies waiting to have their photos taken with photos of her and longer lines waiting to spend anywhere from $15 for a ...
Allison Hanes: Who's afraid of pitbulls? Everybody but Lise Vadnais
The word pitbull is sprinkled throughout Lise Vadnais’s new book. It’s even in the title. And that in itself is an act of courage. Pitbull is a term many only dare utter with extreme caution. Mere mention is likely to cause the ears of ...
GYWNNE DYER: World’s Leading Demagogue
You can keep your Orban, your Netanyahu, your pathetic Boris Johnson. As for Donald Trump, he’s really an icon of democracy, just slightly shop-soiled. The coveted title of World’s Leading Demagogue has just gone to the Turkish President, ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: There’s plenty to see here
I waited to write this, just to cool off. It didn’t work. I am still raging. And here’s why: the whole SNC-Lavalin — former federal justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould case is a steaming pile of political ...
SAVOIE: In trying to adapt, public service blurs some lines
Michael Wernick’s resignation as clerk of the Privy Council earlier this week speaks to the challenge confronting senior public servants. Those who accused Wernick of being politically partisan missed the point entirely. Wernick is no more a ...
BLATCHFORD: Don’t blame SNC-Lavalin for lobbying so hard; blame Liberals' handling of it
Not quite dead yet, that SNC-Lavalin imbroglio. Christie Blatchford The Liberal-dominated justice committee did its best this week, slamming shut the door on any further hearings, least of all God forbid recalling the deposed attorney ...
THOMAS WALKOM: Wilson-Raybould still in control
Justin Trudeau’s Liberals want the SNC-Lavalin affair to go away. They will not succeed until former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould is satisfied. It’s not clear that she will be satisfied until Trudeau resigns as Liberal ...
HEATHER MALLICK: Follow Ardern’s example: Don’t speak killer’s name
"He sought many things from his act of terror, but one was notoriety," New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in parliament on Tuesday. "That is why you will never hear me mention his name." The Christchurch killer ...
COYNE: It's when you read details of media bailout that the chill sets in
If you weren’t careful, you might have missed it: a brief 160-word item, tucked deep inside the budget, labelled Supporting Canadian Journalism. Andrew Coyne Mostly it was a rehash of the measures already announced in November’s ...