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Neither Trudeau nor Poilievre is shooting straight these days

By Shachi Kurl, President I know duels are outdated, but it’s spring break and I am re-reading the classics, so bear with me and picture this: Two princes (or “eminent Canadians,” if you will). One challenges the other by verbally

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Canadians need real answers on allegations of election meddling by China

By Shachi Kurl, President There are three things in life to always cherish: one’s health, one’s relationships with loved ones, and the integrity of Canadian democracy. Discussion over the latter peaked this past week with senior security officials repeating that,

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The spy-balloon saga carries a down-to-earth message about Canada’s defence

By Shachi Kurl, President Balloons! For 10 days in February, we were captivated by them. Flying through the air / How did they get there / Where did they come from / Was much harm was done? * It feels

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Playing health-care hero will be tricky for the premiers and the PM

By Shachi Kurl, President Lots of people disagree with Ontario Premier Doug Ford about lots of things. The one thing on which Ontarians — and Canadians in general — are likely to agree, however, is his assessment of the upcoming

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Nostalgia’s great, but how long will Zellers last?

By Shachi Kurl, President Did the nostalgia news of Zellers’ impending resurrection hit you, as it did me, like a wave of Club Zed points waiting to be redeemed? Easily my favourite news story of the week, it was also,

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Do we really need government to tell us to mask up?

By Shachi Kurl, President Apparently, all that 54 per cent of Canadians want for Christmas is to be told they must wear masks again. OK, I jest. It’s not all they want. There are other stocking stuffers on the list,

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