Advice for a prime minister on how to save the world while winning public support.
The Trudeau government does not need realignment at the ballot box. It needs to take its 2015 promises and start delivering results, writes Hill Times publisher Jim Creskey.
Their fear of not receiving a fair and compassionate hearing is getting them to think that El Norte now means Canada. But Canada needs a refugee determination system that works.
But gestures, even apologies from a pontiff who has repeatedly demonstrated his genuine compassion for the brutal treatment of Indigenous people in other countries, will always have a material side if they are real. That part has to do with making good on promises to assist Indigenous communities and to help rebuild crumbling or non-existent infrastructure.
Despite racism and intolerance, Canada can become what David Pfrimmer describes as a meeting place where there is 'greater freedom to be more provocative and prophetic in its justice seeking, peace building and ecological initiatives.'
Any nuclear early warning system is at best a fool’s game.
Milk marketing boards help to create little islands of middle-class prosperity in the countryside that spin off into other areas of stability.