Sunday, July 15, 2018 - 6:16pm
| SCOTT TAYLOR | On Target
Last Wednesday on the eve of the NATO leaders’ summit in Brussels, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced to reporters that Canada will assume command of a mission to train Iraqi military personnel. Read More
Canada’s managed milk supply system has been under attack for so long, mainly by right-wing ideologues and their think tanks, that it has come to look like something backward, hopelessly out of whack with the modern way and destined to... Read More
Is it really a good idea to accept an invitation for a spin in a much-delayed navy helicopter that is about to undertake its maiden mission?
When you are a nervous flier?
When it is Friday the 13th? Read More
Tuesday, July 10, 2018 - 5:00am
| JOHN DeMONT The Chronicle Herald
An entrepreneur I knew used to say that there’s nothing sadder than a business closing. But he had never been inside a shuttered newspaper, where if the mournful ghosts of the past linger anywhere, they linger there. Read More
Some decisions are bigger than others. Paradoxically, big decisions are less amenable to community consultation than small ones, but they often represent the focal point for voters when they cast their ballots. Read More