GIESBRECHT: Far too many aboriginal men insist on locking themselves and their families in a deadly prison of dependence, alcohol, abuse and violence
GIESBRECHT: Although a growing number of aboriginal people are productive members of the workforce, far too many rely on the government for support. That must change
CHIDIAC: In celebrating Canada’s history, we recognize our accomplishments and we acknowledge our challenges which, if overcome, will ensure our future
MCGARVEY: As Canada begins its next 150 years, there is great potential for prosperity and progress for everyone, provided we accept basic tenets of modern nationhood
GIESBRECHT: Why is the university pretending indigenous knowledge and science are the equivalent of our written knowledge base? Why are they allowing this farce to unfold?
BOWLER: For the crime of being a man of his times, Canadians are being asked to wipe the memory of Hector-Louis Langevin – a Father of Confederation – clean
FIRBY: No question Canada has much to answer for in its treatment of indigenous people. But we also have a great deal to be proud about
GIESBRECHT: David Johnston told the unvarnished truth: all Canadians, including aboriginals, are immigrants from somewhere. No apology necessary