Editorials

Childhood abuse or neglect can permanently alter an individual’s physiology
Childhood abuse or neglect can permanently alter an individual’s physiology

Child abuse linked to depression, anxiety in later life

By Dr. Paul Latimer - Columnist - Troy Media
February 26, 2018 - 1:45pm

In my last column, I pointed out that nature and nurture should not be regarded as enemies or polar opposites. Rather, they are two intertwined realities that work together to make up the human experience. Nature was designed for nurture.

The federal government recently announced its plan to “improve” the National Energy Board. The language of the announcement is all “sunny ways,” promising to be all things to all stakeholders. But the promises are incompatible.
The federal government recently announced its plan to “improve” the National Energy Board. The language of the announcement is all “sunny ways,” promising to be all things to all stakeholders. But the promises are incompatible.

Is Ottawa really committed to new resource development?

By Kenneth Green & Ross McKitrick - The Fraser Institute
February 26, 2018 - 7:52am

The federal government recently announced its plan to “improve” the National Energy Board. The language of the announcement is all “sunny ways,” promising to be all things to all stakeholders. But the promises are incompatible.

Crossing the hard line between the judiciary and politics

By Brian Giesbrecht - Sr Fellow - Frontier Centre for Public Policy
February 17, 2018 - 7:08am Updated: February 17, 2018 - 10:02am

The jury trial of Gerald Stanley, charged with second-degree murder in the death of Colten Boushie, marks a new development in criminal law.

The trial itself was not unusual – a jury heard the evidence, deliberated and acquitted the Saskatchewan farmer.

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