It has warmed and we’ve opened our bedroom windows to let in fresh air. The birds begin singing as dawn begins before the sun rises. As the sun breaks the horizon, the birds songs lesson. The rumble of the trains through the night is now heard. The sounds of the […]

I listened with great earnestness as young people described the difficulties of beginning work in Toronto. I was particularly caught by the experiences of a newly graduated nurse attempting to work in downtown Toronto hospital and exist on a first-year nurses salary. She lived in a single room apartment with […]

In Thursday’s Federal budget, everything sounded good. Chrystia Freeland, the Minister of Finance managed to say all the right things. The initiatives that Jagmeet Singh saw wish list of the New Democrat Party present themselves front and centre. The first item on the agenda was mobilizing the government to make […]

I have mixed feelings about the “Emergencies Act” that was implemented last week. It has several provisions within the act that nullify sections of Canada’s “Charter of Rights and Freedom” and the “Canadian Bill of Rights.” By invoking the “Emergencies Act” on February 14, the government has argued that the […]