Burning churches, toppling statues won’t ease the pain

And may make the situation worse

Burning churches, toppling statues won’t ease the painIn July, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denounced the arson and vandalism of Catholic churches across Canada in the wake of discoveries of unmarked graves at former residential schools. After more than 1,100 unmarked graves were discovered at the sites of schools previously run by the Catholic Church in British Columbia and Saskatchewan, protests erupted. Statues…

Warning shots fired over cryptocurrencies?

China's crackdown on cryptocurrencies may be the first shot in its battle for financial dominance

Warning shots fired over cryptocurrencies?Canadian and British regulators are on an entirely different wavelength to a significant portion of the cryptocurrency market and industry. They have implemented new regulations and cast doubt on the future of decentralized digital currencies. The moves come as China is cracking down on all but one form of cryptocurrency, forcing Bitcoin miners out of…

Shunning the unvaccinated just another kind of discrimination

Vaccination passports will restrict the rights of a minority of people to access services

Shunning the unvaccinated just another kind of discriminationBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed in May that he would establish an agreement on creating a universal vaccine passport system with the G7 countries – including Canada. He told CBC News that nations require “agreements” on “COVID status certification and the rest.” Johnson was referring to how travel and passports will work as the…

Keeping border closed ignores our pandemic progress

Relaxing measures at the border could serve as an indication that vaccination efforts are working

Keeping border closed ignores our pandemic progressPrime Minister Justin Trudeau has made no secret about his belief that every Canadian should get vaccinated. “I just want to get back to normal,” he said in May, insisting that the path back to normality was to ensure that everybody, including the “crusty old uncle who resists” or a “friend who’s skeptical,” take a…

We need to control big tech. But how?

Big tech knows there will be a gradual convergence of major technology companies until no small brand can compete in any meaningful way

We need to control big tech. But how?Walking through a Manhattan subway station recently, I saw sign after sign advertising Google’s latest features on its Pay app. Huge walls of advertisements displayed photographs of happy users seeing how their monthly spending broke down, seemingly reaping the benefits of Google’s total control of their financial affairs. It feels like some dystopian future, with…

Building back better through a new Canada-U.K. trade deal

Could lead to a more effective and co-ordinated response to China’s expansionist agenda

Building back better through a new Canada-U.K. trade dealThe phrase “build back better” has drawn ire globally after Western politicians seemingly relished the damaging impact of COVID-19 lockdown policies and the opportunity offered to radically change our economies. Extremist, insensitive and ill-timed policy initiatives from world leaders have effectively destroyed any hope of the general public getting behind measures designed to genuinely improve…

Beware the promises of a post-COVID-19 utopia

The Great Reset is a financial plot dreamed up by economists. It's a catalyst to facilitate a social agenda from radical progressives

Beware the promises of a post-COVID-19 utopiaThe Great Reset is often labelled a conspiracy theory but it’s real. All it takes is a cursory Google search to see that the World Economic Forum (WEF) and other global economic bodies have adopted the term with precisely the same meaning as the one used by those people called conspiracy theorists. Openly contemplating the…

Heading down the slippery slope to a universal basic income

Should we continue to offer direct financial relief to citizens even beyond the pandemic?

Heading down the slippery slope to a universal basic incomeModern monetary theory (MMT) now plays a role in your life, whether you know it or not. The theory argues that a nation can never truly run out of money, and it advocates quantitative easing to solve a nation’s debt and unemployment problems. Historically, quantitative easing and currency devaluation have been used as last-resort options…

Freedom of the press? Not in an era of internet censorship

Freedom of the press will diminish as long as the new culture of controlling online content persists

Freedom of the press? Not in an era of internet censorshipIn November, the winner of the first Canada-United Kingdom Media Freedom Award was announced by government representatives. The prize is designed to promote free press globally and encourage other nations to improve security for reporters. It was awarded to the Belarusian Association of Journalists. The association from Minsk has won several awards for its work…

Biden using COVID-19 to advance radical policies

The pandemic has plunged the West into a state of fear, with more people willing to accept greater government interference

Biden using COVID-19 to advance radical policiesIn his first days in office, President Joe Biden rescinded a Donald Trump-era order that restricted the United States government’s use of diversity training to examine issues around race and gender bias, and systemic racism. In doing so, he will be advancing radical and divisive racial politics that have plagued his Democratic Party and popular…
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