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Trust: A Commodity in Short Supply

Divisions between political parties, lobbyists, special interest groups, and the sometimes competing interests of voters and taxpayers (though they’re often the same people) have been the meat and potatoes of political analysis for a very long time. The changes taking place in Canada today, however, signal a new degree, if not a whole new kind, of fragmentation.
  • Tue, January 24, 2023
  • Rod Taylor
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What Election Issues Really Matter?

We’ve been hearing a lot of talk about an election this spring. One of the flaws of our First-Past-The-Post electoral system is that politicians are not forced by the electorate to cooperate and get the job of governing done.
  • Tue, January 17, 2023
  • Vicki Gunn
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Jordan Peterson and the Battle for Free Speech in 2023

As 2022 disappears in the rearview mirror, we who are committed to a biblical worldview and policies supportive of life, family and freedom are all too aware that our ability to speak boldly about these issues—to have open and frank discussions about them—has been . . . and remains . . . under attack.
  • Tue, January 10, 2023
  • Rod Taylor
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Is Canada Becoming a Colony of China?

News that China is operating five (and maybe more) illegal “police stations” in Canada—and scores, maybe hundreds world-wide—raises several very important questions.
  • Tue, January 03, 2023
  • Ron Gray
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New Year Resolutions

Over the years, many folks have promised themselves that they would “turn over a new leaf” on New Years Day.
  • Tue, December 27, 2022
  • Rod Taylor
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God Wrapped Himself as a Gift for His Children

More than 2,000 years ago, in the town of Bethlehem, mankind received the greatest gift that could ever be given. The Son of God came as the Christ child—without sin, but in every other way—wrapped in human flesh.
  • Tue, December 20, 2022
  • Rod Taylor
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What Are You Doing After Work?

Two weeks ago, our guest columnist, Andrew Lawton, spoke of the fact that in March 2023, Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) will be offered for the mentally ill.
  • Tue, December 13, 2022
  • Vicki Gunn
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Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC)

The Bank of Canada, like central banks all over the world, is actively working to create and manage central bank digital currencies (CBDC), that is: “. . . virtual money backed and issued by a central bank. As cryptocurrencies and stablecoins have become more popular, the world’s central banks have realized that they need to provide an alternative—or let the future of money pass them by.” What could possibly go wrong?
  • Tue, December 06, 2022
  • David Darwin
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US Midterm Elections: Narrow Margins and Dashed Hopes

Republicans had shown great hopes in recent months that there would be a “red wave” washing over both the House of Representatives and the US Senate, but they did not achieve those sanguine expectations….
  • Tue, November 15, 2022
  • Rod Taylor
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In a few days, Canadians will gather around memorials and mark Remembrance Day, formerly called “Armistice Day.” Since 1919, the members of the Commonwealth have marked the signing of the Armistice Agreement that ended World War 1, November 11, at 11 a.m.—the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month.
  • Tue, November 08, 2022
  • Vicki Gunn
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