DI MUCCIO: Activist “teachers” are no longer teaching children how to think, but what to think. Is that what we want for our children?
QUESNEL: May lead to discrimination and abuse of power, with disputes frequently ending up in federal court
PENNINGS: It assumes government is the agent of change and social stability for the middle class – the same philosophy that’s wrongly guided most spending for decades
FROM: It would be nice if the Alberta Premier could practice in Alberta what she preaches in Washington
CHIDIAC: People are people, we all want to live in peace, harmony and prosperity, and we can’t be held back by walls
MILJAN, JACKSON: Does little to address the guiding principles of the electoral reform committee and could result in less-competitive elections
GREEN, FILIPOWICZM LAFLEUR: By imposing a tax on already signed agreements, B.C. is demonstrating a worrisome indifference to the rule of law
FROM: The couple took on an abusive government and reached a settlement that saved their home