Total 7 Posts
89% of Canadians oppose mobs destroying the historic statues of our national figures, and 69% oppose any government actions to destroy these monuments
Canada's age of expansion has long passed, and now her citizens face economic and cultural challenges that are only exacerbated by unprecedented rates of immigration.
The majority of Canadians can come to terms with one thing, and that is the real economic ramifications of policy. How immigration fares for the bottom line of the average Canadian may be useful in reaching a tenable political consensus.
The Canadian conservative, at least in its heritage, is not the modern Tory, who is fiscally ‘conservative’ and socially ‘liberal’, but rather a Red Tory of Macdonald and Grant, for whom social conservatism was a given, necessary for the stability, order, and happiness of a society.
In the consideration of politics a movement’s goals are of crucial importance. What do they hope to achieve? Why are they doing what they are doing? Only by beginning with their ends can a movement undertake a project with absolute certainty and single-minded determination; any other attitude can only