I recently took my infant son for his first set of immunizations. As a physician, I had seen vaccinations given hundreds of times and administered them hundreds more; as a process it was straightforward. 673 more words
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In the aftermath of the slaughter of worshippers in a sacred space, it is easy to be angry. The targets of rage seem endless: callow politicians who peddle the basest of human emotions and sling hateful words that morph into weapons; white supremacy ideologies whose violence is rendered all the more malignant by the refusal to name it as such; the immediacy with which victims became political fodder for anti-migrant zealots, where, even as lives are extinguished, they are expected to answer for their existence in New Zealand, in the West, in the world. 475 more words
The leader has lost the moral authority to govern.
You can bet that’s what Jason Kenney would be saying if it was Rachel Notley, Justin Trudeau or any other rival politician who was at the centre of a scandal like the one now consuming the top ranks of the United Conservative Party. 808 more words
The number of households in Canada with only one person has never been higher. It appears Canada is catching up to the rest of the Western world. 696 more words
Training camps are two months away, but does the CFL already have its first sellout of the year?
Grade 9 students in the Collective Voice program at Aden Bowman Collegiate share their lives and opinions through columns. Selected columns run on Mondays in The Saskatoon StarPhoenix. 730 more words