Politics

Taking stock of human rights on Canada Day

Taking stock of human rights on Canada Day

As country prepares to commemorate its 150th birthday, citizens are encouraged to pause and ask what they have done for Canada.

New North End cop shop needs right location

New North End cop shop needs right location

No need to compound past mistakes by building new police station in the entirely wrong spot.

Pallister continues to confound

Pallister continues to confound

Manitoba Premier’s commemorative bike ride to Peguis First Nation misses the mark as he fails to meet with band members.

Southern politicians continue to ignore Churchill woes

Southern politicians continue to ignore Churchill woes

As Churchill residents ask, “What about us?”, many in the south are silent.

Journey to accessibility

Journey to accessibility

Universal access is key to building a city and a province where community life flourishes for every citizen, regardless of ability.

Justice system re-victimizes Indigenous women

Justice system re-victimizes Indigenous women

Another week. Another investigation into allegations that a sexual assault victim has been treated like a criminal.

Remembering one of the country's first reformers

Remembering one of the country’s first reformers

A champion of many causes, Albert Henry George Grey may best be remembered for a silver cup he bought for $50 in 1909.

The cuts begin

The cuts begin

Public sector firings not so humane or respectful, as Carolyne Buck just found out.

Silhouette, group of happy children playing on meadow, sunset, summertime

It’s time to talk about a ‘BIG’ idea

How a basic income guarantee could improve the health of our communities.

Winners and losers in the changing world of Canada Health Transfer

Winners and losers in the changing world of Canada Health Transfer

Will the provinces ever be happy where federal transfer payments for health care are concerned?