Editorial for Saturday, May 31, 2014–Mark Carney Points a Finger; His Colleagues Thumb Their Noses

Mark Carney, darling child of the financial world since Canada suffered less than other countries when the banks did a runner on their responsibilities back in ’08, has noticed—out loud—that something’s rotten in the state of…well, everywhere. He was speaking … Continue reading

Editorial for Saturday, May 17, 2014– The Names Are Different, But That’s About It

Mr. Mulcair was outmaneuvered by the Conservatives and wound up having to appear before the Procedure and House Affairs Committee on Thursday, where he was asked to explain why salaries for employees working in NDP offices outside Ottawa were paid … Continue reading

Eidtorial for Saturday, May 3, 2014–End of an Obstacle

Last week, the Harper Conservatives upgraded the North Pacific humpback whale status from “threatened” to “species of concern”. This seemed like something that made sense, was good for business and didn’t sacrifice the well-being of Canadian citizens and their environment … Continue reading