Reading Justice William Horkins’ preamble to his judgment following the Jian Ghomeshi trial, I marvelled anew at the testimonies of the three women accusers and the cultural revolution th...
 In a Feb. 25 Facebook post, McGill student Molly Harris recounted her experience in a “Rez (residence) Project” workshop, a (mandatory) three-hour discussion on “oppress...
It’s no secret that Western campuses are dominated by progressivism. But certain indices of academics’ love affair with the far left still have the power to shock. The University of...
On the occasion of a prestigious award in her field last month, associate professor Elena Bennett in McGill University’s Natural Resources Sciences and School of Environment was interview...
Don Cherry has a big mouth, which annoys some people and delights others. Since I have no particular interest in hockey, the familiar sound of Cherry rants has up to now been background stat...
lang: en_US 5 inShare It’s an uphill job, the campus social justice circuit. It isn’t just a matter of showing up with ...
Marking Freedom to Read Week, on Wednesday,  Feb, 24, at the Toronto Reference Library, PEN Canada will present, “Embattled Truths: Reporting on Gaza,” a talk by U.S. polemicis...
Health Minister Gaétan Barrette, it is safe to say, is not the most loved political figure in Quebec. His appearances in the news are generally associated with the announcement of cuts o...
The Ghomeshi trial has to have been a giant embarrassment for Ottawa law professor and hard-core feminist Elizabeth Sheehy. In 2013, Sheehy published a book, Defending Battered Women on Trial. In i...
My synagogue is sponsoring four refugee families from Syria. Three are Muslim, one is Christian. None are Yazidis. As glad as I am to be helping those in need, I regret that we weren’t ab...
At McGill University, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) zombie has returned. For the third time in less than two years (and the fifth time in seven years), anti-Zionist crusader...
Nobody understood the pitfalls of speech codes better, nor was more eloquent in defending the freedom to offend in speech, than George Jonas, who died last Sunday. By coincidence, a free-speech story ...
Our shul is looking for a new rabbi. After 40 years of robust, dedicated ministry, Rabbi Ron is retiring. We’re happy to see him planning new adventures in Jewish learning and spiritual g...
CAMH — Toronto’s prestigious Centre for Addiction and Mental Health — now finds itself where no publicly-funded institution wants to be: sitting in the glare of a media spotli...
In the era when Communism was the big global threat, we used to be able to say, with impunity, that Marxism could exist without Communism but Communism would not exist without Marx; that fellow...
Way Stations on Marxism’s ‘long march through America’s institutions’ in the 20th century. By Barbara Kay Some months ago, joining an online discussion initiated by a ...
We may reasonably infer from the fact that the Biblical Garden of Eden was presided over by one man and one woman that the Hebrew God considered monogamy the norm between the sexes. Yet Abraham...
True story, as related to me by an impeccable source: Some years ago my close friend and her husband travelled to Morocco as part of an organized tour. One day, browsing in the marketplace, it ...
Islamism proved a growing threat to Western nations in 2015. But while massacres rivet our attention, they constitute only the most flamboyant tactics in the jihadists’ triumphalist progr...
The manager of Le Centre de l’Estrie, Roch Laurin, arrived at the stable every morning at 7:45 a.m. almost to the minute, six days a week. Mondays, the staff’s day off and a rest da...