The desire to end terrible pain is understandable — but the dangers are severe

A tour of the ups and downs of Canadian cuisine

13 years of missed chances, bungled crises and miserable inaction

The Conservative Party leader’s mantra “Canada is broken” resonates with voters appalled by the gap between their country’s promise and grim reality

Why are people manufacturing indigenous heritage?

How truckers took on Trudeau

What if — and I hope you’re sitting down — capitalism works better?

How long before the right to die becomes a duty to die?

Why does a country once regarded as a model of moderation and sanity now view itself as a seething den of blood-soaked bigotry and white supremacy?