Who should be Canada's next governor general? In his latest column for CTVNews.ca, Don Martin gives a Top 10 list of names who represent the calibre of individual Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should consider.
These nearly 12 months of the global pandemic have shined a light on economic and social inequalities that were already at play. It has become clear that we are not all equal in the face of confinement, curfews, preventive measures and even COVID-19.
It must be one for the political record books: A demand for trade sanctions against the U.S. within seven hours of the new president being sworn in, Don Martin writes in his latest column for CTVNews.ca.
The recent Quebec Government’s extension of lockdowns and implementation of curfews to limit the spread of COVID-19 will have more harmful effects on the health and welfare of the population than benefits.
Filing taxes this year may be more complicated than in years past for Canadian small business owners who received government aid during the pandemic, CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid writes in her blog for CTVNews.ca.
Quebec's healthcare system is under enormous pressure. Lawyers Brigitte Brabant and Nathalie Johnson argue the province needs a public consultation on the government's proposed triage system to answer the unanswerable question of who deserves care.
Nearly one year into this pandemic and we are at it again: sending children back into the classroom during a lockdown while society debates whether this is the right decision. There will be no winner in this discussion, and the ideal solution will likely never be known.
Former Equality Party (EP) leader Robert Libman’s call last month for the creation of a new “single-issue party” that anglophones “can count on” also speaks indirectly to the unhealthy predicament community members and other minority groups face by not having the comfortable election choices that anglophones in other provinces enjoy.
A perfect storm is battering the brand of politicians across party lines and provincial boundaries, worsened by having leaders caught up in the turbulence, Don Martin writes in his latest column for CTVNews.ca.
The dramatic rise in COVID-19 in children following the school reopening last fall should be a wake-up call for government officials that the measures failed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in schools, even during red alert.
As COVID-19 numbers reach record heights, many Quebecers continue to travel to sunny destinations. The instructions regarding travel during the COVID-19 pandemic have been ambiguous argues the president of the Assocation for Canadian Studies.
Metro just offered $3.58 million in bonuses to five executives. Deserved, likely, but the timing is awful. In other sectors, bonuses are tied to performance, but in the food industry, it is a moral issue, especially this year.
Making the presumed sacrifice of cancelling this year’s trip to Florida is a wise decision. The weather may be a lot better down there, but the COVID-19 situation in the sunshine state is not very bright.