A bad Quebec law, notwithstanding

A Quebec Superior Court judge ruled this week that the province’s law banning teachers, police officers and other government employees from wearing religious dress is an infringement of the constitutional right to religious freedom. But we already knew that.As Justice Marc-André Blanchard wrote, one can “easily understand” that forcing a...

National child care: How can we afford not to?

National child care: How can we afford not to?

In 1970, when a national child-care program was first proposed as part of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, many girls across the country weren’t allowed to wear pants in high school. That seems bonkers, right? In 2005, when Paul Martin’s government proposed yet another child-care plan, the...

Canada’s problem today is a shortage of vaccines. Will tomorrow’s be a shortage of people willing to get vaccinated?

Canada’s problem today is a shortage of vaccines. Will tomorrow’s be a shortage of people willing to get vaccinated?

In Canada, ending the COVID-19 pandemic is about one thing, and one thing only: vaccines.Sure, there have been lockdowns and curfews and stay-at-home orders at various times and of various lengths in different provinces. But most provincial governments have treated those centuries-old, proven pandemic countermeasures as inconvenient precursors to the...

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