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John Ivison: Trudeau's trail of broken promises haunt his UN Security Council campaign
There was a wonderful incongruity to Justin Trudeau’s latest pitch for Canada’s bid to win a temporary seat on the UN Security Council. It came on the International Day of the Peacekeeper, at a time when Canada’s contribution to a force it helped ...
BRUCE MacKINNON CARTOON: May 28, 2020
John Ivison: Time for Trudeau to focus on what is in Canada's best interests when dealing with China
The reaction of the Global Times to the news that Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou had lost her extradition hearing anticipates the fury that can be expected to emanate from Beijing. Canada has “completely surrendered its self-proclaimed judicial ...
LETTER: It's not easy being green
One of the unexpected but important lessons of the pandemic is the knowledge that the green future which so many people want will be devastating to this province. We know this because (courtesy of the pandemic) that future has already ...
Kelly McParland: Singh's shameful deal could see history repeat itself for the guileless NDP
Jagmeet Singh should be deeply ashamed of the squalid little deal he’s done with the Trudeau Liberals to shut down Parliament for another three months. The New Democratic Party leader appears to have serious problems with good judgment. His ...
GUEST OPINION: Pandemic exposes gaps in long-term care
The recent revelations reported by the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) describing the appalling conditions that they found in Ontario and Quebec long term-care facilities (LTC) for the elderly are nothing new. The recent COVID-19 epidemic has forced ...
LETTER: Extraordinary care
Thank you to Premier Dennis King, Dr. Heather Morrison and all the health-care teams for driving the process to keep Islanders safe during this pandemic. You had the foresight to recognize we live on an island and quickly closed incoming traffic via ...
WARMINGTON: Downtown addicts, homeless being overlooked during pandemic
They look like the walking dead. With blood trickling down from their needle wounds, they stumble around looking like zombies. “Is this a movie?” said a woman walking through George Hislop Park near Isabella and Yonge Sts. on Tuesday. No, ...
EDITORIAL: More bad news on Muskrat
It’s that time again, the time when the Public Utilities Board’s consultant, Liberty Consulting, offers its quarterly review on how the Labrador Island Link — the line that is to bring power from Muskrat Falls to the northeast ...
LETTER: Comment posters in the minority
“MMM, put the lobster on for me.” “Why should I have to isolate when I get to my P.E.I. cottage? Why should I give up half my vacation?” Two quotes taken from social media from cottagers excited to head to P.E.I. now ...