Poppies now available across Saskatchewan

Posted October 25, 2019 9:07 pm Updated October 25, 2019 9:12 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The 2019 poppy campaign was launched in Saskatchewan on Friday. Poppies are recognized as the national symbol of remembrance for Canadians who gave their lives […]

Advice to Conservatives: Think twice

What’s to be done about Andrew Scheer? He’s the most Western-entrenched Conservative leader since—well, since Rona Ambrose, Stephen Harper, Stockwell Day, Preston Manning, Joe Clark and John Diefenbaker. He’s reduced the Conservatives to pariah status in the country’s big eastern cities, terrifying windswept concrete valleys of Laurentianism where gay people are prone to marry or […]

‘It’s a human issue’: vulgar slur denounced by Nova Scotia women in politics

People across Canada are raising their voice in support and condemnation after a vulgar and misogynistic slur was spray-painted on the campaign office of Liberal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. McKenna’s Ottawa office was defaced overnight Wednesday with red spray-paint. In a photo of the defacement shared by McKenna’s office with media, the slur could be […]

Western separatism is not a serious option

There is no national unity crisis in Canada and a lot of the people who are yelling and waving their arms and saying that we have one should take a timeout and reflect on how lucky we all are to live where we do. Alberta and Saskatchewan are not going to separate. Quebec isn’t going […]