While Atlantic Canada has done a good job of managing COVID-19 counts, it is breathtakingly short-sighted to assume that the retention of the 'bubble' for a sustained period is effective policy.
The return of Parliament will likely provide us brief moments of escape from our pandemic prison. Unfortunately, though the virus’ outbreak will continue to dominate everything.
Since the Kielburgers announced their decision to shutter WE Charity's Canadian operations, a game of blame and brand protection has broken out.
Teachers and early childhood educators are the new front line in this COVID-19 conflict.
If the return to school is a mighty mess and wave two of the virus hits with force in the fall, the Liberals might get a mighty smack in the chops from a tired, angry, disheartened public.
Erin O'Toole won't have much time to enjoy the win. Being the leader of the Conservative Party is difficult at the best of times, but much more precarious when in opposition.
The fable of Morneau and the beginning of the Liberals’ rebrand is now upon us. Flip on some Sister Sledge and let us all sing the chorus of We Are Family.
My goal most days is to limit moments of anxiety and find some good in the circumstances, because there are positives to be had.