If the teachers’ unions in Ontario are focused on our students, how about repairing our schools first?
The teachers’ unions in Ontario claim they are opposing alleged cuts to education that they say hurt our kids. In reality, the teachers’ unions are striking to increase their own pay. They are asking for $1.5 billion more to go
It’s time to cheer on our aboriginal communities who drive their own destiny in the resource sector.
I am tired of hearing about environmental activists who go to aboriginal communities and tell them what to do and how to think. This has been especially insidious in the environmental movement in Canada where outside forces actively work to
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