Liberty to engage in voluntary transactions and keep our wealth varies across North America.
More like total eclipse of the fun.
Plus: Ohio church sues the city trying to shut down its homeless services, another indigenous-owned megaproject approved in Vancouver, B.C., and a new report shows rapidly deteriorating housing affordability.
A new white paper from the Canadian Pediatric Society recommends more unstructured play time for kids.
Opponents of pandemic restrictions had their day in court and won a victory for open dissent.
"The fear of liability is ruining modern childhood," says one mom.
Canada Reverses Blocking of Citizenship for Russian Migrant Convicted of "Crime" of Speaking Out Against Russian Atrocities in Ukraine
Good that sanity prevailed on this issue.
Canadian Immigration Officials Block Citizenship Grant for Russian Immigrant Because She Was Convicted of the "Crime" of Speaking Out Against Russia's War of Aggression Against Ukraine
If the absurd decision stands, she could potentially be deported back to Russia, where she faces an 8-year prison sentence.
No place is truly safe for dissidents when governments see no limits to their authority.
Historian Erika Dyck contextualizes the deep roots of and battles over LSD, psilocybin, and other psychoactive substances.
The United States currently supplies about 70 percent of the plasma used to manufacture therapies for the entire world.
One Montreal restaurant was cited for having "fish and chips" on its menu.
It’s an entirely predictable consequence of an inhospitable immigration system.
'Cash Is Independence': Ron DeSantis Slams the Government's Plan for Centrally-Controlled Digital Money
"If you don't trust central authority, then you should see this immediately as something that is very problematic," says the Florida governor.
We owe this achievement to a combination of Covid vaccines and Biden Administration policy changes. But much more can be done.
Restricting foreign real estate ownership has something for both sides—conservatives don't like foreigners, and progressives don't like capital.
It's an impressive achievement. But we can do much more. Canada's much greater openness to immigration is an indication of what's possible.
In countries that privatized, there are fewer delays and costs are lower. But labor unions and the private plane lobby stand in the way.
Western nations should adopt a general policy of granting refuge to Russians seeking to avoid conscription, and otherwise fleeing Vladimir Putin's increasingly repressive regime.
Montreal's heritage laws could prevent the financially troubled St. John the Evangelist church from converting its little-used parish hall into a much-needed, revenue-generating asset.
New mechanisms to threaten liberty are brought to bear on those who need the government's permission to do their jobs.
Taxes and bans on foreign home ownership haven't arrested home price increases where they've been tried. There's no reason to think Canada's policy will be more successful.
Demands by lawmakers and government officials for locally produced content may lead to online censorship.
The president has urged the Chinese government to respect the rights of anti-lockdown demonstrators. He actively encouraged the Canadian government to end the trucker protests.