by Caitlin Hart On The Real Canadian Podcast, longtime friends Stephen and Andrew discuss the top headlines and provide their own takes on what’s going on in the world. Their first episode premiered less than a year ago, and since then, the two friends have amassed a following, shooting theContinue Reading

by Victoria deJong Alberta Yes, of course I’m going to talk about pipelines I’ve realized that every political redux I’ve written so far has mentioned pipelines in some capacity. Although things haven’t changed dramatically in the past few months, I can’t tear my eyes away from the political discourse surroundingContinue Reading

by Victoria deJong Catch up on some of the big news stories of the month with this month’s Political Redux. Alberta The Alberta Legislature is back in session. UCP Leader Jason Kenney has taken his seat in the Legislature, and has already proven to be a sharp critic of PremierContinue Reading

by Mariam Hosseiny  Tina Fontaine’s body was found in Winnipeg’s Red River in 2014. Fontaine was just 15 when she was killed. 55-year-old Raymond Cormier was charged with second-degree murder, the trial commencing earlier this month. Cormier was found not guilty by a jury on February 23. While reading throughContinue Reading

by Christopher Berger George Grant’s Lament for a Nation remains a seminal treatment of the state of the Canadian national identity more than four and a half decades after its initial publication. Perhaps even timelier now in the twenty-first century in light of events following its first appearance, Grant’s bookContinue Reading