by PETER WHEELAND
So-called secularism is discriminatory and counter-productive. There's an easier way to deal with radical Islam.
The province has come up with a genius way to finance public transit projects connecting Montreal with the West Island and the South Shore.
The bad news is that the economy will take a major hit from plummeting oil prices. The good news is that the Harper government and their polluting projects will, too.
Get ready for anti-austerity protests of every stripe in Quebec, and new leadership in Ottawa. But the biggest story of the year will be a global one.
This week's tragedy in Sydney underlines the folly of pumping money into the prison system and anti-terror measures instead of properly treating the mentally ill.
It's been 25 years since the massacre of 14 women at Université de Montréal's engineering school, and the killer's BS still permeates our discourse.
The Couillard government is proposing widespread, large-scale, untested and ad-hoc changes in the most basic structures and programs of the modern state.
The oil industry's sales pitch for the East Energy project has leaked. Here's how they intend to sway our "distinct nation."
Eliminating wasteful bureaucracy is all well and good, but the Couillard government's plans — buried in an omnibus bill — will put a major strain on the province.
The party has quadrupled the price of a leadership run and essentially ignored the issue of PKP's media ownership.
There’s nothing like a tragedy to bring out a flood of meaningless clichés. But there are serious problems at the core of our system.
Radicalization, religious fervour and obsessions with conspiracy theories are often symptoms of a disease that strikes one in 100 Canadians.
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