MCEWAN: Brief encounters, like taxi trips, help us make connections with those whose circumstances and experiences differ from ours, but with whom we share our humanity
MURPHY: One hundred years after three Portuguese children reported seeing an apparition while they tended a flock of sheep, the story of Our Lady of Fatima endures
DI MUCCIO: The Saskatchewan ruling gives provinces the impetus to explore the alternatives to forcing children, against their parents’ will, into secular public education
MCEWAN: What do bunnies and eggs have to do with the religious celebration of Easter, the most important feast day of the Christian calendar?
DI MUCCIO: Only 10 years ago, Premier Kathleen Wynne campaigned vehemently against a faith-based school model. Now, she has suddenly changed her mind
MICALLEF: Terror is not an ideology or a set of beliefs. It’s not an organization, a government or a state against which one can wage war. Terror is a tactic
MCGARVEY: Given the existing protections against unwarranted discrimination in Canada, Motion 103 clouds rather than clarifies the Islamic question
MCEWAN: Graham’s negative comments on Islam, immigration and homosexuality have ruffled more than a few feathers