The Armenians are a people of great antiquity – the first Armenian kingdom was in the 8th century BC – but they grew up in a tough neighbourhood, and they have been in retreat for a very long time. Read More
Perhaps we just can’t do it anymore. Canadians have spent the last 155 years disagreeing about everything. What else can we expect from a country of 10 provinces, three territories, more than 200 languages, 15 religions (more if you count indigenous spirituality, which we should), and an endless array of political opinions? Author Northrop Frye […]
“Worry often gives a small thing a big shadow,” says a Swedish proverb. That may be true, but in these days of insecurity, those shadows are everywhere and bigger than ever.
London is about to enter a crucial election, and yet the public mood feels flat.
This summer, as a dwindling pool of recruits suit up in uniform to enforce rules and keep order, they’ll be kitted up with body-worn cameras.
They called him “a coward.”
New education directives in some provinces – and an apparent test balloon in Ontario – have sent chills down the spines of youth who identify as trans, non-binary or questioning.