4 hours agoRex Murphy: Sorry, Liberals, our Earth is not in danger — Canadian democracy is
4 hours agoNP View: David Suzuki highlights the dangerous lawlessness of climate activists
6 hours agoEllis Ross: Leonardo DiCaprio is wrong — the Coastal GasLink Pipeline is good for Indigenous people
9 hours agoOpinion: Time for kids to get back to normal
11 hours agoAvi Benlolo: Remembering the troubled yet rich history of Jews from Arab lands -- Israel prepares to mark the annual memorial day that commemorates the expulsion of Jews from Arab countries and Iran
4 hours agoIvison: Canada's three decades of climate failure culminates in B.C.'s floods -- PLUS, Bud the Spud and P.E.I.'s potato problem
6 hours agoChris Selley: How we can avoid China's unacceptable Olympics and still keep the games -- Surely it's not beyond human ingenuity to hold all the competitions scheduled for Beijing elsewhere, just under some banner other than the four rings
8 hours agoAdam Zivo: Revulsion at Uyghur slave labour, tennis star's plight energize push to boycott Beijing Olympics -- 'If the Tokyo Olympics could be postponed for a pandemic, the Beijing Olympics can be postponed for a genocide'
11 hours agoMatt Gurney: Suzuki musing about 'blown up' pipelines highlights how vulnerable Canada's infrastructure really is -- A foolproof way to a happier, less stressful life is to never take what David Suzuki says too seriously. You can be a huge fan of The Nature of Things and still recognize that the gentleman flew through his failsafe point years ago. Getting overly bothered over anything he says does not seem like a particularly good use of anyone's time.
12 hours agoKelly McParland: O'Toole shouldn't let dissidents walk all over him -- In making the rules clear to his caucus, Erin O'Toole is doing what needs to be done
15 hours agoSabrina Maddeaux: Team Canada's 2022 jerseys are hardly cheap or tacky — they're almost perfect -- Some see Turkey butt, others a Huawei logo, and still others a cannabis leaf
15 hours agoHarry Rakowski: Canada can weather the rest of the pandemic without more harsh restrictions. Here's how -- We have to do everything possible to avoid the potential new restrictions we could face if COVID-19 spikes out of control again
1 day agoJohn Ivison: Conservatives bring home the bacon (and make Trudeau look out of touch) -- Trudeau was reduced to complaining that the Conservatives were 'trying to score political points.' On the floor of the House of Commons? Surely not?
1 day agoTerry Glavin: Platitudes about climate change won't help the victims of the massive devastation in B.C. -- The people of B.C.'s southern interior are going to need a lot more than 'Our earth is in danger' platitudes to survive what has happened there
1 day agoColby Cosh: Ivermectin's COVID-19 benefit may be only for those who also have worms -- If you divide the most credible ivermectin studies between the wormy and non-wormy parts of the globe, it's the ones from wormy areas that show strong positive effects
1 day agoJohn Robson: David Suzuki's 'blown up' pipelines comment symbolizes a lawless left -- Nice pipelines you have there. Pity if something were to ... happen to them. Thus spake St. David Suzuki, guardian of all that is good and nice in Canada, channeling the mafia.
1 day agoBarbara Kay: The epic lies partisan media and Democrats used to try to take down Trump -- Before focusing on Trump as the object of suspicion, Clinton's operatives should have been put under the microscope
1 day agoRupa Subramanya: The sacred cows contributing to Canada's soaring inflation -- Government-created marketing boards such as the one for dairy products benefit producers while harming Canadian consumers
2 days agoLetters to the editor: Ban on Chinese slave labour products 'a start' -- National Post readers speak out on the issues of the day, including a proposed ban on the importation of goods from China's Xinjiang province, where as many as two million Uyghurs have been imprisoned
2 days agoChris Selley: So much for Liberal ambition and the Great Reset -- Is this middle-of-the-road (albeit high-spending) muddle really what Justin Trudeau came into politics for?
2 days agoJohn Ivison: Will inflation leave Trudeau with a bloody nose? -- The Throne Speech was surprisingly upfront about inflation and the need to 'prudently manage spending'
2 days agoTasha Kheiriddin: David Suzuki's 'blown up' pipelines comment is a winking incitement to eco-terrorism -- It's depressing to see an icon like Suzuki disappear further down the rabbit hole
2 days agoSabrina Maddeaux: Lacklustre Liberal throne speech promises to worsen economic problems -- The lacklustre delivery suited its content, making it hard to feel optimistic about what lies ahead and our government's ability to fix the problems at hand.
2 days agoScott Stinson: The IOC's assurance of Peng Shuai's safety might as well have come from China's state-run media -- Editor of Global Times Hu Xijin is confident that Peng had not been disappeared by the state after sexual assault accusations
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