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Stories by Gar Pardy

It’s time to ensure Indigenous representation in Canadian institutions

Opinion|By Gar Pardy
We need an Indigenous governor general, and a set number of Senators, MPs, and Supreme Court judges representing Canada’s first peoples.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
The historical racially based piecemeal approach to change in the relationship with Indigenous peoples needs a big rethink.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
If those involved in the design do not include those with expertise of the work that has to be done by the system, then there is no hope for a fix.
Rivals for Power measures the success of Canada's coming together through the lens of the country's accommodation of minorities.
With the Conservatives looking to resume hammering the government on its $10.5-million payment to Omar Khadr when Parliament returns Sept. 18, there’s room for more context in this debate.
Two recently released studies on workplace harassment don’t come as a surprise. The national police force needs reform.
Operation Medusa was nothing worth bragging about.
What is conceded today becomes the foundation for further concessions tomorrow.
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Growing 'pre-clearance' authorities for U.S. border agents in Canada will be the foundation for future concessions.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
Why the government has clung perilously to it when lives are in the balance is a complete mystery.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
If the Trump-Putin admiration is real, the Syrian and Iraq wars offer a chance for a common approach that could end the killing.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
Extremists who beheaded two Canadians in the Philippines this week freed a Norwegian for whom a ransom was paid.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
Some see both parties solidifying around the 45 per cent mark, with a plus or minus five points as being the float that can be influenced by the candidates and their campaigns.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
Canada needs a better playbook to help residents and citizens in trouble abroad.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
Canada must probe the casual way it went to war in Afghanistan.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
The growing fissures between the Netanyahu government and the Israeli armed forces are a sign of trouble to come.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
There’s no evidence a single kidnapping has been prevented by the non-payment of ransom or non-negotiation with the kidnappers, says Gar Pardy.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
There's little to suggest the protester represented anything more than a verbal threat.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
History has judged the American war in Vietnam as totally evil. The same judgment should be rendered on the Afghan war.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
The court deserves applause for its decision last month to hear an appeal on the issue.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
Leaders should avoid rhetoric and work quietly to bring Canadian hostages home.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
The Saudi arms deal is the lesser of the evils available to countries such as Canada.
Opinion|By Gar Pardy
There can be no expectation that our military interventions will do more good than the obvious disaster they are.

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