The terms globalist, Great Reset and the idea of “own nothing, rent everything” are thinly-veiled and well-worn far-right political dog whistles.
The president of CAPP expects global energy demand will grow for decades to come, but said it will take a ‘national effort’ for Canada to actually capitalize on that need.
Saying no to Huawei is not just something Canada’s allies want to see us do, but also something that would protect Canada’s national security interests, Rob Breakenridge says.
Canada’s foreign policy is out of step with our allies, Rob Breakenridge writes, and that creates a challenge for any government to come — no matter the party.
It’s totally fair to ask the federal leaders about Quebec’s Bill 21, Rob Breakenridge says, and it’s disappointing to see how afraid some of them are to call it out.
We shouldn’t be confined to the two official commission-sanctioned debates, Rob Breakenridge says. ‘Let’s just open it up.’
Ultimately, Canada’s efforts to evacuate those wanting to leave Afghanistan were too little, too late, and too bureaucratic, writes Rob Breakenridge.
COVID-19 measures like distancing, hand sanitizer, single-use pencils and separate entrances will be put in place in an effort to keep Calgary voters safe in schools while voting.
Monetary policy — that is, how to respond to inflation — is absolutely something a Canadian prime minister needs to think about, Rob Breakenridge says.