The adverse attention on prominent women like Payette will do nothing to encourage future female leaders to venture into public life. If so, we will all be the poorer for it.
While the internet 'gives a voice to the voiceless,' we might all be better off if they stayed mute.
I fear for the future of public discourse if the political agenda is set by the ignorant and the vandals, not the knowledgeable and the civilized. We can’t let democracy become another casualty of the internet.
The absence of a Grey Cup game for the first time in a century should be worn by the government, and fans could be resentful if teams fold.
I think some prominent Canadians might take a lesson from those so-called ‘average Canadians’ and recognize no one is better than anyone else.
Although the census is not the 'wedge issue' it was under the Harper government, there is so much more we need to know about our country and ourselves.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sunk all boats, but when the tide comes back, we are still going to be seized with the challenge of declining productivity in comparison to our international competitors.
It is counterproductive to discriminate against anyone on the basis of racial, religious, or ethnic background, not only because it denies them opportunity, but because it denies Canada their talents.