Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
The Journal Pioneer
LICIA CORBELLA: Euthanasia's slippery slope gets steeper in Canada every year
JIM VIBERT: How does ‘Prime Minister Scheer’ grab you?
ANDREW MacDOUGALL: Steel was a start. But Trudeau needs to rack up more wins
BRIAN HODDER: Honest and open about mental illness
SEN. PERCY DOWNE: Canada Revenue Agency is failing to fight overseas tax evasion
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Jurors’ beliefs coming into the crosshairs
It’s probably not what people would expect to come out of the #MeToo and Believe Women movements. Or maybe some people, more pragmatic or prescient than I, have expected it all along. Sexual assault cases are fraught with ...
CHRISTIE BLATCHFORD: A war memorial ‘built for soldiers by soldiers’ — that soldiers can’t even go see
As the Chief of the Defence Staff, General Jon Vance, said on Facebook, the importance of the new Afghanistan Memorial Hall, particularly for the families of the fallen, “cannot be understated.” Christie Blatchford And then ...
JIM VIBERT: Casey croons government’s biggest hits
Basking in the lustre of four successive balanced budgets and with nothing but positive fiscal forecasts into the future, Nova Scotia’s Finance Minister Karen Casey belted out the government’s greatest hits for a receptive audience at the ...
LORNE GUNTER: Why campaigning on climate is riskier than the Liberals seem to think
I think climate change will be an issue in this fall’s federal election, just as the governing Liberals are hoping. I just don’t think it will be an issue in the way the Liberals want. The Trudeauites are hoping concern for the ...
JOHN IVISON: Justice minister says he has his own red lines — and no one has tried to cross them
OTTAWA — In sports, they call it a hospital pass — a poorly executed pass from a teammate that leaves the recipient in plaster. Since becoming justice minister in January, David Lametti has received so many hospital passes, he should be ...
GORDON RITCHIE: Perhaps Conrad Black got the last laugh on America's flawed justice system
I first met Conrad Black when we were students together at Carleton University in the 1960s. We were not natural allies – I lived at home and walked to school whereas he drove a Lincoln and shared a luxury apartment downtown; and his politics ...
ANDREW COHEN: America’s Conservative turn could define it for years to come
WASHINGTON – Legalizing abortion, integrating schools and extending voting rights were among the great struggles for the United States in the second half of the 20th century. Each victory was a watershed. When women won the right to control ...
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Grocers must deliver on delivery
Walmart recently announced it will now offer a one-day delivery service to its customers in the U.S. It’s a move that will help them compete with Amazon, and Walmart will begin offering its service in Phoenix, Las Vegas and southern ...
ANDREW COYNE: Quebecers pick their own justice and the feds are letting them do it
Announced last week, it was described in most news reports — where it was reported at all — as a “deal.” The government of Quebec would be given, for the first time, a formal say in the appointment of Supreme Court justices ...
WARREN KINSELLA: JWR plans to 'tell all' if gag order lifted
The truth. She says it’s true — the actions of the Liberal Prime Minister should be “of great concern for many Canadians, across the country.” She says, truthfully, that Justin Trudeau has acted in a way that is ...