More than we’re doing. We can start by talking to the families of radicalized youth. “There’s nobody there to support (the families). There’s nobody there to give them strength or any counselling support in any way, shape or form. And the loss of life impacts everybody in the end.” That’s Christianne Boudreau commenting on...READ MORE
Sommes-nous de plus en plus islamophobes?
Les campagnes de sensibilisation ne sont peut-être pas la solution La plupart des dirigeants de l’Islam présentent leur foi comme en étant une de paix. Malheureusement, ce n’est pas comment la majorité des Ontariens voient les choses ces jours-ci. Selon une étude commandée par le Conseil ontarien des organismes de service aux immigrants (OCASI),...READ MORE
Are we becoming more Islamophobic?
Maybe ad campaigns aren’t the solution Most of Islam’s leaders present their faith as one of peace. That, unfortunately, is not how a majority of Ontarians see it these days. According to a study commissioned by the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI), “only a third of Ontarians have a positive impression of...READ MORE
No planes, no gains – except for Trudeau
Today, Canadians finally learned what Ottawa’s plans are for the fight against ISIS. The list of commitments is long and expensive. Canada will spend $1.6 billion over three years on security, humanitarian assistance, and governance. Our Armed Forces will continue to maintain one CC-150 Polaris aerial refuelling aircraft and two CP-140 Aurora aerial surveillance aircraft in the field....READ MORE
Parliament’s back! Here’s what to watch for
Parliament’s back, and all parties are raring to go. With terrorism on the front pages, the loonie in free fall, and an east-west divide over oil, it should make for a lively session. Here are the top three issues you can expect to see in Question Period in the days to come. The fight...READ MORE