With kids still missing after last week’s bombing in Manchester, one conservative Canadian commentator blamed the victims: “Wth (What the hell) were kids doing at an Ariana Grande concert?”
I am thankful for the ocean separating North America from the wasteland that is Europe. It’s a physical barrier or wall, if you prefer, that effectively keeps Europe’s problems from washing ashore here at home.
The provincial election was a disaster. No matter the final result, it’s clear that Christy Clark lost the election. Big time.
Who won the election? It’s still too soon to say. But it wasn’t Christy Clark.
It’s reprehensible to politicize the deaths of hard-drug users on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
“They talk, we die” is a popular slogan on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside during the B.C. election campaign.
Roars from U.S. President Donald Trump are reverberating across the B.C. political landscape.
Christy Clark and Donald Trump are both evangelists of the same religion: free-market fundamentalism.
Under the B.C. Liberals, who are actually quite conservative, the gap between the super-rich and the rest of us has become a yawning chasm.
Socialist leaders in British Columbia come in two stripes — the meek and the sneering. During last week’s leaders’ debate, John Horgan proved he is the latter.