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How 'conscience rights' became a wedge issue, and what the CPC can do about it

How 'conscience rights' became a wedge issue, and what the CPC can do about it

'Conscience rights' are what allow health professionals to refuse to provide treatment that goes against their morals or religion. In the past this has mostly meant abortion. But recently it's been applied to medically assisted death as well.
Does Jagmeet Singh deserve a second chance?

Does Jagmeet Singh deserve a second chance?

After a poor showing in the 2019 election campaign—his first as NDP leader—there were questions about if Jagmeet Singh would keep his job long enough to get a second try. He has, and so far the results have been very different.
How did legal pot become such a tough business?

How did legal pot become such a tough business?

Three years ago, cannabis stocks were the hottest things on the market. Weed was about to become legal in Canada and it seemed everyone was going to get rich in the process. Today, millions of grams sit untouched, going stale on shelves.
Everything you need to know about Back to School and the Fourth Wave

Everything you need to know about Back to School and the Fourth Wave

Across the country kids are preparing to return to classrooms, and covid cases are climbing in the community.
Inside the huge casino bust that went bad

Inside the huge casino bust that went bad

You probably heard about it when it happened. It was called Project Endgame and it was a massive police bust on what they alleged was an illegal casino operating out of a 53-room mansion in Markham, Ontario.
What does Nova Scotia's shocking election mean for the rest of Canada?

What does Nova Scotia's shocking election mean for the rest of Canada?

A Liberal government with a big lead in the polls decides to call a snap election in the hope of securing more time in power. Then the polls start to tighten. And eventually ... it doesn't work out the way they hoped.
How this election will, and won't, be different

How this election will, and won't, be different

The promises and criticisms aren't going anywhere. Neither is the partisanship. But there's a whole lot of uncertainty about the first federal election of the pandemic era.
How Canada and the Western world failed Afghanistan

How Canada and the Western world failed Afghanistan

There are millions of Canadians for whom the rapid fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban has been a shock. The images coming from the country right now are disturbing and will likely only get worse.
Why are we having an election right now?

Why are we having an election right now?

It's August. It's hot. People are on vacation. Parents are preparing for back-to-school. There's a fourth wave of COVID-19 rising. A lot of forests are on fire. And Canadians are going to the polls.
Is the restaurant industry about to change dramatically?

Is the restaurant industry about to change dramatically?

Food costs more. Employees aren't returning. Pandemic protocols are costly, but necessary. Indoor dining won't be full for some time yet.
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