The Journal Pioneer
EDITORIAL: Weathering extremes
EDITORIAL: New Zealand wastes no time cracking down on guns
EDITORIAL: Grits stumble while digging out of SNC-Lavalin affair
EDITORIAL: Boeing crash causes jitters over jet's safety
EDITORIAL: Make them feel at home
EDITORIAL: Continued suspension of snow crab fishery’s MSC certification seems excessive
EDITORIAL: Impartial probe into SNC-Lavalin affair is a must
Federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has seen enough: he wants an immediate public hanging, with a trial later, if one is absolutely necessary. NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, on his first day in the House of Commons, at least wants a trial first ...
EDITORIAL: Suffer the children
It was yet another opportunity to take decisive action on an issue that should be easy to act against: the sexual abuse of children by Roman Catholic clergy. But it looks like the church has come up short again. Pope Francis held a landmark ...
EDITORIAL: Electoral homework
As of yesterday, it’s a maximum of seven months away. Sorry to say it, but now’s the time to start thinking about your homework. October 21st is the latest day that the next federal election can fall on, and given the mess the ...
EDITORIAL: Battle for the bottom
It may not be the best example, but it is the most jarring: internet sales powerhouse Amazon.com made US$11.2 billion in profits last year, but won’t be paying federal income tax in the United States. Instead, it’s actually getting a $129 ...
EDITORIAL: Liberal sleight of hand
In the last federal election, the Conservatives tried to knock Liberal leader Justin Trudeau as being “just not ready.” It didn’t wind up being a winning slogan, because, as it turned out, Trudeau was ready to win. ...
EDITORIAL: Probing the interference allegations
Right now, it’s about answers. Ever since last Thursday’s story in the Globe and Mail raising questions about whether the Prime Minister’s Office interfered in some way with the prosecution of Quebec engineering giant ...
EDITORIAL: Hope it doesn’t spread
So, what’s the worst kind of airplane seatmate? Is it the one with armrest-spread, who overwhelms the armrest between you and settles an elbow in spots where you don’t regularly expect contact from strangers? Is it the person ...
EDITORIAL: Problems of the .00000001 per cent
Poor little rich folks. Life has gotten so hard that now the ultra-rich have to shell out money just to train the crew in how to handle priceless art on their multimillion-dollar superyachts. Will the outrages ever end? Seriously, in a world ...
EDITORIAL: Patrolling for propaganda
Let’s not make the same mistake some of our closest neighbours have. Having seen what’s happened in a number of recent elections, it’s only right that the federal government should do its best to protect Canadians from foreign ...
EDITORIAL: Is there a doctor in the house?
What’s the prescription for fixing health care in Atlantic Canada? Well, the first thing you need for any prescription is to find a doctor willing to write it for you. And that’s part of the problem. Right now, as a SaltWire ...