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Opinion: Befriending self-checkouts seems inevitable

Opinion: Befriending self-checkouts seems inevitable

Self-checkouts at grocery stores are now more popular than cashier checkouts. But as grocers embrace technology, are consumers benefiting?
Indigenous education can and must be fixed

Indigenous education can and must be fixed

If the current arrangements continue, the result will be another lost generation or two and further decay in Indigenous circumstances.
Opinion: Canada has its own baby formula problem

Opinion: Canada has its own baby formula problem

The largest baby formula plant in Canada, Canada Royal Milk owned by China’s Feihe International, ships all of its products to China.
Opinion: Your standard of living has dropped under Trudeau

Opinion: Your standard of living has dropped under Trudeau

Self-congratulatory Liberal tweet which claimed they have made 'life more affordable' since 2015 is hogwash.
Opinion: Pandemic’s retreat softening public opinion poll for politicians

Opinion: Pandemic’s retreat softening public opinion poll for politicians

Opinon: Mind the aggie gap between rural, urban

Opinon: Mind the aggie gap between rural, urban

While the nation’s population rises, the rural and agricultural population falls and the cultural gap grows.
Opinion: Rethinking how to approach sustainability, climate change

Opinion: Rethinking how to approach sustainability, climate change

What those words now mean is anyone’s guess.
Opinion: A love letter from Canadian LGBQT artist to the Queen

Opinion: A love letter from Canadian LGBQT artist to the Queen

She first led me to the intersection of the many roads that one can walk down in a bigger world with room for us all.
Humboldt ministerial message: A hero to catch us

Humboldt ministerial message: A hero to catch us

May is Mental Health month. At one time or another, we all deal with mental health challenges. When that happens we need a hero to catch us, writes Reverend Brenda Curtis of the Westminster United Church.
Opinion: Why Canada will have the world’s cleanest LNG

Opinion: Why Canada will have the world’s cleanest LNG

Canadian LNG exports are expected to replace coal power, primarily for growing markets in Asia, particularly China and India.