CHIDIAC: When evidence contradicts our deeply-held beliefs, we tend not to change our viewpoint but to become more entrenched and oppositional
TAUBE: We must stop this ridiculous trend of renaming edifices and cleansing evidence of people’s existence from history. If not, where will it end?
GIESBRECHT: Far too many aboriginal men insist on locking themselves and their families in a deadly prison of dependence, alcohol, abuse and violence
DI MUCCIO: None of Khadr’s conspiracy allegations were proven in court, of course, because the Trudeau government sidestepped the public process and defied the rule of law
CHIDIAC: Citizens who are not informed and involved have willingly forfeited their democratic rights, and leave themselves open to manipulation
DI MUCCIO: Fundamental to human rights in Canada is access to a public education system that offers choice and quality to the taxpayers who pay for it
MANNING, MEYER: Canada needs laws to protect vulnerable transgender youth, who experience bullying at much higher rates than their peers
MCEWAN: Not only does following St. Ambrose’s advice eliminate cause for offence, it opens eyes to the diversity of belief and practice that informs the lives of others