National anthems can be really very funny.
Category: The 49th
Here’s a look at what happened when some sports fans in Toronto behaved badly on live TV.
Not Clickhole: Saskatchewan town “rethinks its ‘Land of Rape and Honey’ slogan”.
As many of you are certainly aware of by now, there have been multiple shootings in Ottawa, my hometown. The shootings occurred at the War Memorial and at Parliament Hill. The downtown core is...
Jonathan McLeod looks at two recent court cases, noting the existence of rape culture and male privilege without ever using the terms.
Happy Canada Day, Y’all!
God Bless America.
We tortured and imprisoned you as a child soldier. It’s time to pay up.
Mackin’, butts and women are D-U-M dum: This is your Ontario Liberal Party.
Once again, Jonathan condescendingly explains why restrictions on labour movement (not to mention restrictions on immigration and asylum) are reflective of a xenophobic world view. Nothing controversial at all, no siree.
We’ve all heard the term “rape culture” thrown around, and it’s a term that can lose its meaning or significance with repeated use, but as we experience sexual crimes like those committed in Steubenville or against Rehtaeh Parsons–and the delayed and insufficient responses to the crimes–it is inescapable that rape culture persists and, perhaps, thrives.
Jim Flaherty stepped down as Canada’s Finance Minister on March 18. Yesterday, he suddenly passed away in his Ottawa home. He was a politician who touched many. He will be dearly missed.
Everything you need to know about life and love comes down to hockey.
An appropriate song for the day and a throwback to 90s Canadian indie rock.
With the Oscars occurring tonight, here’s what happened last fall in response to a different awards gala.
Justin Trudeau–Liberal leader, charmer, philosopher prince–isn’t having such a good go of it. The Grits just wrapped up their policy convention, which (since it was in the middle of the Olympics*) I didn’t really...
Deepak Chopra says changes are coming… well, they’re coming for you, but maybe not him.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled on Canada’s prostitution laws, finding that they put sex workers in peril.