Columns by our columnists
The private sector, we are always told, produces low costs and efficiencies.
In many cases, this handy bromide is true. But as two recent bombshell reports point out, it does not hold in the world of electricity generation.
Over the nine weeks of the fall sitting of Parliament, the Conservative official Opposition has devoted no less than 15 questions daily to matters pertaining to Finance Minister Bill Morneau. Monday’s question period unfolded on the same theme. […]
Believe it or not, Canada can play a useful role in the North Korean crisis. Ottawa’s decision to co-host, with the U.S., an international summit on the issue next year is not overreach. Done correctly, it could point to a way out of the impasse caused by Pyongyang’s determination to acquire nuclear weapons. […]
A glance at user policies suggests the U.S. president already violates many of The Twitter Rules that fall under “content boundaries” and “abusive behavior.” The verified account @realDonaldTrump is a veritable clearing house of threats, insults, lies, provocations, slurs, deceptions and wilful distractions. […]
It takes considerable power of personality to envelop 3,000 people in a conversation that feels like a family room chat. Michelle Obama, whose path has taken her from the public schools of the south side of Chicago to Ivy League schools and the White House, did just that – and effortlessly. […]