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Religion

China’s grave insult to the Catholic Church

The arrest of Cardinal Joseph Zen shows the Vatican must stop legitimizing the CCP

By Jane Stannus

Food

Spring’s perfect roast

For Easter, why not plan a crown roast of lamb?

By Jane Stannus

Policy

Trudeau invents an emergency

Canada’s government seems to care only about maintaining control and saving face

By Jane Stannus

Politics

GoFundMe betrays the Canadian truckers

They’ve shut down the convoy’s campaign, reminding us that this is a fight for freedom

By Jane Stannus

International

Canada’s peaceful anti-mandate protesters keep on truckin’

Trudeau’s government has tried everything — except, you know, actually talking to the truckers

By Jane Stannus

Food

A load of old crêpes

Eat crêpes on Candlemas, enjoy a year of happiness, says a traditional French-Canadian proverb

By Jane Stannus

Religion

The Indigenous mass grave that wasn’t

Why didn’t the Canadian government wait for proof before sending the country into a tailspin of anger and anti-Christian violence?

By Jane Stannus

Education

Parents rise up against mandatory Covid vaccines for kids

Medical decisions for children should be made by parents, not bureaucracies.

By Jane Stannus

Food

How to survive eating out

The greatest human spirits would view the new era of show-your-papers dining not as a hardship, but as an opportunity

By Jane Stannus

Policy

Is the supply chain stealing Christmas — or are the mandates?

Did you think we were having supply chain issues? Just wait until the vaccine mandates — cross-border and federal — kick in

By Jane Stannus

Drink

The finest festive fizz

A dinner party without good conversation is like flat Champagne: pretty pointless

By Jane Stannus

Science & Tech

Crush the science

Dr Byram Bridle and the suppression of scientific debate

By Jane Stannus

Food

Burrata inamorata

A thrifty Italian is to thank for burrata

By Jane Stannus

Drink

The need for mead

Whence comes this mead madness?

By Jane Stannus

Food

I’ve come to love the onion

You name it, you can — and for some reason people always do — put onion in it

By Jane Stannus

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