Trudeau's Handling Of The Cannabis Industry Risks Public Safety

Tim Moen | Posted 04.04.2017 | Canada Politics
Tim Moen

If we are concerned about public safety we need to make it more attractive for people to grow, distribute and consume cannabis legally than illegally so that there is engagement with public safety mechanisms. Right now it is far more attractive for people to grow and consume illegally.

The Conservative Party's Opportunity For Real Change

Kokulan Mahendiran | Posted 02.16.2017 | Canada
Kokulan Mahendiran

While the main output of the ongoing battle for the Conservative Party of Canada's leadership has been a deluge of candidates, a few interesting policies have also surfaced.

The White House Doesn't Need A Stoner In Chief

David Martin | Posted 09.14.2016 | Canada Politics
David Martin

If there was ever any doubt about Mr. Johnson's suitability for the office of the president of the United States, that response sealed the deal. If a candidate is that unaware of one of the most basic foreign policy issues of the day, he shouldn't be running for dog catcher, much less president.

The Right Needs Principle, Not Unity

Tim Moen | Posted 02.19.2017 | Canada Politics
Tim Moen

There's a lot of talk recently in Alberta about uniting the right, but is there even a right anymore? There was a time when conservatism was synonym...

It's Time We Have the Freedom to Ship Alcohol Between Provinces

Peter Jaworski | Posted 11.01.2011 | Canada
Peter Jaworski

Popular radio personality and former MuchMusic VJ Terry David Mulligan experimented with civil disobedience in May of this year. His rebellion? He car...

Government Grants Make Art Worse

Peter Jaworski | Posted 10.24.2011 | Canada
Peter Jaworski

To make money as an artist in Canada, you have two choices: Appeal to the crowd, or appeal for a grant. The former requires strong sales, good marketing, and a solid business plan. The latter requires an ability to fill in forms.