Civilized societies regard security of the person as a fundamental value worthy of stringent protection. That's why police in free societies can't arbitrarily search large numbers of people on mere s
Parker Barss Donham
Beware of people who try to use the September 11 barbarities as an excuse to push agendas that wouldn't stand the light of day when people were thinking more clearly.
Like the estimated deaths of 500,000 Iraqi women and children attributed to the U.S.-led sanctions against their country, the bombing of Afghanistan may contribute to a human calamity that will nurtu
Health planners constantly stress the need to move away from illness care toward disease prevention and the promotion of healthy habits. Since research implicates smoking in so many diseases, it's an
Nova Scotia's government appeal has cost taxpayers millions upon millions of dollars, delayed all manner of legislative and administrative reforms and, most seriously, forestalled or thwarted individ
To judge from the public opinion polls, it was, as usual, Chretien who correctly read the mood of the Canadian public. The public shares the universal revulsion at the terrorist attacks, but doesn't
Until recently, neither Ottawa nor the province had shown much interest in port development, insisting their respective piers would be sold to the highest bidders. The imminent collapse of the Truro-
By arresting Osama bin Laden and subjecting him to trial by an international court, the United States would retain the moral high ground Islamic extremists surrendered with the World Trade Center att
Aside from its moral reprehensibility, the notion of bombing Afghanistan back to the stone age, with or without nukes, has an obvious practical drawback: it's been done.
On Sunday night, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and federal fisheries officers stood helplessly by as fifty-five white fishing boats raided the tiny lobster zone allocated to the Esgenoopetitj First N