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CBC’s attempt to mould us led to its decline

The CBC disclosed last week it wants to get more women into its television programming and into its television audiences. It introduced a winter schedule “clearly aimed at attracting a younger, more female audience,”...

Counter ‘revolution’ brewing in Quebec

English-speaking Canada was given further evidence last week that an extraordinary change is taking place in Quebec.  A whole generation of young people seems to be discovering the “Quiet Revolution,” conducted in the late...

Shades of Tommy Douglas!

Alberta has basked in prosperity until Honest Ed came along and changed the rules How many Albertans, you wonder, are conscious of the sharp change in direction Ed Stelmach has made in our government. He has...

Story behind nation’s religious collapse

Church attendance in the U.S. is now double the Canadian average Mark A. Noll, the historian of American religion most distinguished for his celebrated book, The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind, (the scandal being too...

All laws rely on some moral authority

Separation of church and state a bad idea I said in a column I write for an American web daily last week that, unlike Canada, the separation of church and state is “embedded” in the...

Religion makes waves in Ontario

School funding issue brings essentially spiritless election campaign to life The separation of the church from the state—a principle approvingly cited by our liberal set, though rejected in our Constitution—is becoming the major issue in...

Education ‘revolution’ proved disastrous

The Canadian news media, so it seems, are finally getting on to a story that broke about 50 years ago, which they missed at the time and have been missing ever since.  I know,...

Heed Lougheed’s warning on oilsands fight

Former Alberta premier Peter Lougheed has never been given to excessive alarm.  The only criticism many had of his conduct of the energy wars back in the ‘70s and ‘80s was that he wasn’t...

Criticism has lawyers in a lather

There are two species of lawyers—the Big Firm guys and the Second Floor men Maclean’s magazine last week produced a cover story that subjected the Canadian legal profession to the severest public criticism it...

Catholics get back to the basics

Whether Canadian and American Catholic politicians can remain Catholic while supporting things like abortion-on-demand and gay marriage has been quietly shelved, or so they hope. It’s been resolved, they say. So let’s hear nothing more...

Mounties made big miss-take

You cannot have a police force without a code of rules—most of them unwritten I was talking last week to a veteran Mountie, retired from the RCMP now for more than 30 years, after a...

There’s hope yet for our 30-year-olds

‘Me generation’ needs to forget completely about the ‘Me.’ With housing prices doing what they’re doing, how will young people ever afford to buy a house?  How can they raise children?  Beset by such impossibilities,...

Flash! Parents more influential than state

Statistics Canada disclosed last week that the interest of Canadian young adults in voting is as minimal as it ever was – this despite the millions spent by Canada’s chief electoral officer to get...

Bad advice hurting churches

Pews of religions which compromise their theology are quickly emptying One of the most rewarding disclosures when the liberal press venture forth into the mysterious world of religion is the astounding ignorance of both its...

Global warming skeptics score a few points

In the rising hysteria over the global warming issue, a kind of race against time appears to be developing. The question is: What will happen first? Will the “global warmists” be able to stop the...