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Defender to defendant

Fix laws that see decent folk face charges for protecting themselves My mum

Grief or glamour?

The funeral of police Sgt. Ryan Russell was held in Toronto this week, attended by 12,500 police officers and other first responders, and thousands of ordinary members of the public. People who had never met...

Forget blame game

The language of violence and anger in U.S. politics simply has to stop. After a leading politician had her office door smashed in, she responded to the anonymous vandal by boasting,

Tube for lefty boobs

Does anyone really believe all people are treated equally on Canadian TV? Just before Christmas, Christian activist Charles McVety was found by the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council to be in contravention of their code in...

Happy Canada Day

Canada Day. Denial Day. Complacency Day. A day for playing with fireworks while the country burns. Wave the flag. Wave a cloth adorned with a piece of vegetation in the colours of the Liberal...

My liberal kitty has claws out for Ann Coulter

For seven years, one of my daily activities has been rushing to Ann Coulter’s rescue. Not the real one—the $65 Ann Coulter doll from www.talking-presidents.com. (Although, she’s freakishly like the real one in that...

Vulnerable suffer if euthanasia seen as a virtue

In my first-ever column on euthanasia, I wrote about Frances and Ken. Fifteen years later, their stories remain far more compelling than my words in showing us what happens to individuals when society promotes...

Say you’re sorry—and then fix the system

One year ago, four medical mistakes occurred over 54 days in the same unit at Alberta Children’s Hospital. A four-year-old patient was given a 15-fold overdose of a narcotic; another was given an accidental...

Insite doesn’t do enough to change addicts

Corey Ogilvie wanted to document life in Vancouver’s notorious downtown eastside (DTES) by spending 30 days living alongside the residents of North America’s poorest, most destitute and drug-infested neighbourhood. Film clips of his journey...

From Clark Kent to Superman—Canada gets heroic

Canada: No more Mr. Nice Guy. Google the words and you’ll soon realize that the biggest surprise of the Vancouver Olympic Games is . . . Canada and its evil desire to “own the...

From Piltdown man to global warming

1912. The scene is a gravel pit in a small English village named Piltdown. A workman makes a grisly discovery of what appears to be a fossilized skull and jawbone. He subsequently passes the...

Integration, not racism, makes for better education

We’ve heard it all before. A worthy government-First Nations endeavour is in jeopardy; native leaders blatantly refuse to be accountable and any good that might have come from the project thus far will be...

Many are to blame for false vaccine-autism link

One of the world’s most prestigious medical journals has gone to startling lengths to demonstrate, supposedly once and for all, that there is no connection between the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine and...

Silence on abortion’s link to breast cancer suspect

For the past 15 years, there’s been a growing controversy over the link between induced abortion and increased risk of breast cancer. But few Canadian women would know the details that may be germane...

Safe injection ruling absurd and dangerous

The B.C. Court of Appeal has taken it upon itself to redefine health care in Canada. A recent ruling on the legality of Insite, Vancouver’s safe injection site (SIS), shows the court believes that offering...