If we are really serious about making a difference, why not simply bar such people from getting behind the wheel for life, as they do in a number of European countries?
Misleading food advertising and inadequate labeling can make healthy choices difficult.
Author says those governing Canadian cities are at best ineffectual and at worst corrupt, due to lack of any real power or money to do the job well.
It has not been a terrific week for honesty and integrity, in either journalism or politics in the United States.
From environmental groups to First Nations to the country’s Privacy Commissioner, Canada’s new Bill C-51 is being roundly criticized as an attack on personal freedom.
Country’s new anti-terrorism legislation trades fundamental liberties for false sense of security.
The debate continues over what to do with the troubled Senate in Canada.
Who knew that 15 of those former presidential helicopters now belong to the Royal Canadian Air Force?
By adopting the TRC’s 94 recommendations, Canada will honour those who survived and the thousands who died at residential school.
Now that the Truth and Reconciliation Report has been issued, the idea is proposed to set aside one day a year to remember the painful legacy of the Indian Residential School system.