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Errol Mendes

Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | September 6, 2023
Could those who supported former U.S. president Donald Trump in his attack on American democracy be regarded as evil? Errol Mendes wonders. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | September 6, 2023
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | September 6, 2023
Could those who supported former U.S. president Donald Trump in his attack on American democracy be regarded as evil? Errol Mendes wonders. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | March 27, 2023
Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured March 6, 2023, on the Hill. This anti-woke politics is a danger to Canadian society and politics. It can be used for the most unsavoury of politicians to undermine the real meaning of what is meant by the woke agenda, writes Errol Mendes. The Hill Times by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | March 27, 2023
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | March 27, 2023
Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured March 6, 2023, on the Hill. This anti-woke politics is a danger to Canadian society and politics. It can be used for the most unsavoury of politicians to undermine the real meaning of what is meant by the woke agenda, writes Errol Mendes. The Hill Times by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | February 1, 2023
Legislation brought forward by Quebec Premier François Legault, left, and Ontario Premier Doug Ford, in recent years has prompted conversations about whether the notwithstanding clause could lead to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms’ early death.
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | February 1, 2023
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | February 1, 2023
Legislation brought forward by Quebec Premier François Legault, left, and Ontario Premier Doug Ford, in recent years has prompted conversations about whether the notwithstanding clause could lead to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms’ early death.
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | September 22, 2022
King Charles III, pictured in Ottawa on May 18, 2022, has solemnly proclaimed he will follow this dignified role that his mother perfected and if he does, he deserves the support of citizens who have him as their sovereign head of state, writes Errol Mendes. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | September 22, 2022
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | September 22, 2022
King Charles III, pictured in Ottawa on May 18, 2022, has solemnly proclaimed he will follow this dignified role that his mother perfected and if he does, he deserves the support of citizens who have him as their sovereign head of state, writes Errol Mendes. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | April 25, 2022
Former Canadian prime minister Paul Martin, left, and former U.S. treasury secretary Lawrence Summers were the key architects of the G20 after both leaders met in the 1990s and discussed the need to deal with the massive hits to the global economy from financial crises in Mexico, Asia, and Russia. The Hill Times file photograph by Jake Wright and photograph courtesy of Wikipedia
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | April 25, 2022
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | April 25, 2022
Former Canadian prime minister Paul Martin, left, and former U.S. treasury secretary Lawrence Summers were the key architects of the G20 after both leaders met in the 1990s and discussed the need to deal with the massive hits to the global economy from financial crises in Mexico, Asia, and Russia. The Hill Times file photograph by Jake Wright and photograph courtesy of Wikipedia
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | March 23, 2022
Russian President Vladimir Putin could be following the fate of former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic in the hall of leaders of state convicted for the most serious international crimes, writes Errol Mendes. Photograph courtesy of Commons Wikimedia
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | March 23, 2022
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | March 23, 2022
Russian President Vladimir Putin could be following the fate of former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic in the hall of leaders of state convicted for the most serious international crimes, writes Errol Mendes. Photograph courtesy of Commons Wikimedia
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | February 14, 2022
We need a national dialogue meeting, perhaps organized by the premiers and the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau through the Council of the Federation, where the science tables of the provinces and the federal government should, in a public setting, give the reasons why vaccine mandates and mask wearing is still necessary to save lives and prevent overwhelming health facilities, writes Errol Mendes. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | February 14, 2022
Opinion | BY ERROL MENDES | February 14, 2022
We need a national dialogue meeting, perhaps organized by the premiers and the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau through the Council of the Federation, where the science tables of the provinces and the federal government should, in a public setting, give the reasons why vaccine mandates and mask wearing is still necessary to save lives and prevent overwhelming health facilities, writes Errol Mendes. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia