This picture is not meant to be offensive. It is an illustration of a French Canadian term for English speakers. I often refer to myself as "une vrai tête carrée de Toronto." If you're offended, let me know and I will remove the picture.
Any attitude, word, action or law that draws us away from our common humanity steps toward genocide.
Major news outlets have opted to focus on our more primal emotions to keep us tuned into their programs.
What can be said of those who deny the past and ignore the inherent human rights of their neighbours?
Governments will only do the right thing if we, as Canadians, demand it.
We pass laws for unjust taxes, reward unscrupulous businesses and hold money back from our children.
We must educate the many Canadians who don’t know what happened to our Indigenous neighbours.
Positive, hard workers are in high demand. And it’s easier to be dedicated to a meaningful cause.
Just like Canada, baseball has a way of bringing diverse groups together
It’s terrifying to see the chaos that has ensued due to social influencers spreading misinformation.
The parties' records over the last 13 years are revealing.
Troy Media columnist Gerry Chidiac is an award-winning high school teacher specializing in languages, genocide studies and work with at-risk students.