As baby boomers age, train travel will become more of a necessity than a luxury, and Canadians should embrace the possibilities offered by the world of rail.
Even in this vast country with such a comparatively small population, in crisis weâ€™re reminded weâ€™re still one big village, with a hockey rink in the centre of town, and people seeking to comfort others in a time of need.
I used to support Ontarioâ€™s constitutional right to separate schools, but recent events in Ottawa have made me reconsider.
The internet has given power to unfiltered voices of individuals acting as counterweights to collective modern liberal thinking.
If Canadians want to be innovative, they have to realize development and trade are not mutually exclusive.
The Liberalsâ€™ drop in the polls is partly a sign of poor judgment and lack of experience of the PMâ€™s advisers.
The diaspora strategy appeals from an electoral standpoint, but it does not get much respect from Indians.
Canada should protect itself from the threat that dangerous culture represents to us and our collective safety, before it is too late.