Creating a non-partisan group to protect our federal elections from foreign interference is the right idea, but Matt Gurney says it won’t work.
“I’ve been writing about our bipartisan history of absolutely catastrophic military procurement for more than a decade. If anything, it’s actually gotten worse,” writes Matt Gurney.
It’s a moot point, thanks to a court ruling and recent legislation. But Matt Gurney still says long-term expats shouldn’t be allowed to vote in our elections.
What happens when decades of leaders fail to fix U.S. immigration? You get Donald Trump, Matt Gurney says.
A false report — like the one claiming a ‘surge’ in domestically-sourced handguns involved in crimes — is remembered long after a correction, writes Matt Gurney.
‘Innocent until proven guilty’ is a talking point we all pay lip service to, even though most of us don’t really buy into it, Matt Gurney says.
The real stupid is how the Liberals are hammering the Tories for not having a plan when the Liberal plan won’t work, writes Matt Gurney.
Space tourism is inching closer, even for non-billionaire Matt Gurney: ‘It’s just remotely possible that I could one day be up there, looking down on my homeworld from above.’
Toronto police rightfully thanked the boy who reported the St. Michael’s College case to authorities. But Matt Gurney says it’s sad such special thanks were needed.
The Canadian government is epically screwing up yet another military procurement, Matt Gurney says.
Canada’s impaired driving laws will undergo a significant overhaul this month. Matt Gurney wonders if the federal Liberals have thought the changes through.
Production of GM vehicles in Oshawa, Ont., wasn’t going to go on forever, Matt Gurney says.
Toronto’s homicide numbers for 2018 look bad, but there are few things worth recalling before we panic too much, Matt Gurney says.
If nothing else, Patrick Brown’s tell-all book has bought Ontario Premier Doug Ford a few days of much-needed relative peace and quiet, Matt Gurney says.
Technology changes so fast, sometimes it’s hard to decide what we should teach kids about it, Matt Gurney says.