Canadians take pride in the mythology of the “True North,” writes Gerald Schmitz, yet few have visited the Arctic Circle. This week he reflects on a July Arctic expedition.
With 10,000 dead in Ukraine’s eastern Donbass region, Russian tanks and missile systems massing on the eastern border, two million internally displaced Ukrainians, Crimea already under Russian rule and the Ukrainian Black Sea fleet sunk or stolen, Rev. Peter Galadza is putting his trust in the politics of the beatitudes, writes Michael Swan.
Recent events in northern Manitoba regarding the closure of the Port of Churchill should prove that, like highways, the fate of crucial rail lines should not be in the hands of private companies, writes Dean Harder.