Opinion

Published On: December 06, 2019
OPINION: We’ve made progress since 1989, but we need to continue to shape engineering into a field characterized by balance and inclusivity  
Published On: December 04, 2019
OPINION: A one-day strike is a shrewd move, but it leaves teachers with only two options — surrender or escalate.
Published On: December 03, 2019
It might not have been the point — but an agreement signed by premiers on Sunday could be the closest thing to a climate policy that Ford and Justin Trudeau can agree on.
Published On: November 29, 2019
OPINION: We saw a minister state that climate change is caused by humans. We saw the release of a government report on flooding. What we haven’t seen is aggressive action to reduce emissions  
Published On: November 27, 2019
OPINION: For a government working to rebrand itself as kinder, gentler, and more reasonable, a teachers’ strike represents a very real risk.
Published On: November 21, 2019
Red Tories have never had a better chance to unify Canada’s Conservatives. The question is: under whose leadership.
Published On: November 20, 2019
OPINION: During the recent Liberal leadership debate, candidates talked about what went wrong for the party in 2018 — but no one had the real answer
Published On: November 18, 2019
OPINION: Climate action is increasingly falling to municipalities. Here are evidence-based steps that will allow them to walk the climate-change walk.
Published On: November 15, 2019
Last weekend, 125 Conservatives from across Ontario gathered to talk — frankly and openly — about why the party failed to connect with voters in the 2019 election.
Published On: November 14, 2019
She had a high profile, plenty of money, and oodles of volunteers. So why didn’t Milton’s Lisa Raitt win her federal-election race?
Published On: November 12, 2019
OPINION: On issues like child care, housing, and climate change, an expanded role for government could actually advance conservative principles.
Published On: November 12, 2019
The Ontario NDP’s showing in last year’s provincial election gave their federal cousins high hopes for this year’s national election. Here’s why they came to nothing.
Published On: November 11, 2019
OPINION: The Tories are doing a post-mortem on why they came up short in the 2019 election. They may want to think about abandoning a vision voters don’t share.
Published On: November 07, 2019
OPINION: The Tories are reversing a number of previously announced cuts. How much of the next three years will they spend trying to move past the previous 12 months?
Published On: November 04, 2019
OPINION: I’ve started to learn my own language — but my experience may not reflect what Canadians want from narratives of Indigenous resilience.
Published On: November 04, 2019
Tewakatáhsawen akateweiénste ne akewén:na — Néktsi tsi niwatierenhá:tie iah tóka’ tha’takahswáthe’te nahò:ten ne Canadians tehonatenhontsó:ni ahotitó:kenhse ne Onkwehón:we aonsahontkwatáko tsi nihotiia’tawénhseron  
Published On: November 01, 2019
The populist revolution has fizzled out — and now Ford is relying on his worst political adversary’s recruits. Will this new approach help turn his premiership around?  
Published On: October 31, 2019
OPINION: This Halloween, thousands of these inoffensive chocolate bars will be handed out to children across the country. Here’s why they’re a part of our heritage.