Would we be able to cope?
Author Andrew Potter shares more gloomy observations ahead of the Serbian edition of his prescient manifesto On Decline.
And what pushback at one school forewarns about the future of public education
Also, words of praise for a Liberal cabinet minister from yet another Canadian newsroom that only employs white people.
It is right and proper to question supply management.
Bill Blair dropped the ball at the airports in March of 2020. And he did it again this week on the B.C. border.
Waning immunity and infections among the vaccinated will be noted by labour arbitrators.
It took B.C. three days to declare a state of emergency. The provincial emergency alert system does squat. And everyone keeps passing the buck.
Also, emergency preparedness failures, the Ottawa rectum, and the craven western governments that won't boycott the Beijing Olympics.
Another severe ice storm, or a real blizzard and people could starve in their homes for lack of resources to dig them out.
We don't even fund our search-and-rescue units properly. That's the least controversial thing the military does.
The Bank of Canada needs to clearly communicate to Canadians what's happening with inflation.