Jordan Peterson is fighting for all Canadians

Jordan Peterson is fighting for all CanadiansThe world-famous psychologist refuses to cave in to pressure to conform to College of Psychologists of Ontario diktat Most readers will be familiar with the recent travails of Jordan Peterson with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO). He has been ordered by the CPO to undergo, at his own expense, a lengthy course of…

Study faults media coverage of COVID vaccine requirement for transplants

Study faults media coverage of COVID vaccine requirement for transplantsPortraying views opposed to those held by health experts stokes needless controversy When they launched their study, Timothy Caulfield and Marco Zenone could hardly have anticipated how the issue would capture headlines in Alberta. And yet they decided to examine how the common COVID-19 vaccination requirement for organ transplant recipients is represented in the popular…

Fighting back against Big Brother’s brainwashing

Fighting back against Big Brother’s brainwashingTotalitarianism is on the move. We must fight back with everything we have before it is too late In the last part of George Orwell’s dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, the main character, Winston Smith, is arrested by the Thought Police and subjected to a long interrogation process by O’Brien, a member of the Inner Party.…

Your 2023 guide to Newspeak

Your 2023 guide to NewspeakPolitical actors are appropriating language to advance their radical policies One of the best ways to explain 2022’s rapidly devolving world is to suggest that for men, life is sports. For women, however, life is culture. After a sustained reign where sports ruled the nations, culture has become paramount in the past generation – and…

Time to un-cancel diversity of opinion

Time to un-cancel diversity of opinionIntolerance undermines the free speech essential for democracy to survive The quest for “diversity” has become the universal rallying cry for every institution, including universities, government departments, corporations, and even law societies. “Diversity” has been defined as including skin colour, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation. However, the one kind of diversity not included on this…

Why Canada shouldn’t consider returning to mandatory face masking

Why Canada shouldn’t consider returning to mandatory face maskingFortunately, most provincial governments and the feds are pushing back against the idea Several recent polls have indicated that a majority of Canadians wouldn’t be opposed to returning to mandatory face masking in public places. A Nanos Research survey conducted between Oct. 30 and Nov. 4 found that 52 per cent of Canadian respondents would…

Seeking truth is not a competition

CNN's Don Lemon got a history lesson on slavery recently. But it does not negate the need for the Royal Family to pay reparations

Seeking truth is not a competitionA very interesting video has gone viral that supposedly humiliates CNN reporter Don Lemon. Lemon is essentially a corporate mouthpiece, but this time he poses a legitimate question by asking a spokesperson for the British Crown about reparations for colonialism. He queries why some people remain obscenely wealthy in Great Britain while the vast majority…

How Trudeau’s censorship law will impact you

Bill C-11 is terrible news for Canadians, creators and consumers alike

How Trudeau’s censorship law will impact youPrime Minister Justin Trudeau is taking Canada on a headfirst dive toward government censorship, with the Senate the only obstacle standing between Canadians and the vast ocean of government control. As Trudeau’s censorship law makes its way to the Senate, the stakes are high. Calling Bill C-11 a censorship bill is not hyperbole. “Bill C-11…

Professionals should be allowed to speak freely

Regulatory bodies should stick to their core purpose and stay out of politics

Professionals should be allowed to speak freelyThe Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) serves as the regulatory body for public school teachers in Ontario. When a complaint comes in, the OCT is obligated to investigate and, if the teacher is found guilty, decide on an appropriate consequence. By investigating complaints against teachers in that province, regulatory bodies such as the OCT play…
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