Skip to content

Opinion

In Our Words: On fatigue, slowing down and getting selfish

In Our Words: On fatigue, slowing down and getting selfish

I’ve been exhausted lately. It’s that kind of tiredness that sleep just can’t seem to fix, that nagging inkling of obligation combined with feeling like the cogs and gears in your mind just can’t move the same way anymore.
Most Canadians say they understand discrimination – but don’t think their neighbours do: poll

Most Canadians say they understand discrimination – but don’t think their neighbours do: poll

Just over three in four respondents to survey say they know what systemic discrimination is – but only half think most Canadians have a sense of what the term means
Almost half of Canadians think Canada should be a mosaic: poll

Almost half of Canadians think Canada should be a mosaic: poll

47% of respondents to survey by Research Co. and Glacier Media say country should embrace multiculturalism – up six percentage points in one year
In Our Words: Border split rears its head again on health orders

In Our Words: Border split rears its head again on health orders

As of last weekend, Saskatchewan has lifted almost every public health restriction it has put in place to fight COVID-19. Provided COVID-19 rates keep going down and vaccine numbers keep going up, that’s great for Creighton.
MLA Report: Celebrating grads while honouring the past

MLA Report: Celebrating grads while honouring the past

I would like to begin by congratulating all the 2021 high school grads on their graduation.
Opinion: Digital platforms and Canadian media are integrally entwined

Opinion: Digital platforms and Canadian media are integrally entwined

Glacier Media signs deal with Google Canada's News Showcase
In Our Words: This must never, ever happen again

In Our Words: This must never, ever happen again

Warning: This week’s column is written about the residential school system and features accounts of violence, child abuse and death.
In Our Words: On authority, COVID-19 fatigue and “losing the room”

In Our Words: On authority, COVID-19 fatigue and “losing the room”

So, we’re back under restrictions again and the third wave is in Manitoba. This sucks. It feels like deja vu - we’ve been here before, it hasn’t been fun and we hoped we wouldn’t be here again.
MLA Report: Education, property tax measures go wrong way

MLA Report: Education, property tax measures go wrong way

Since they’ve taken office, the Pallister government’s funding for our schools has declined when you take into account inflation and our rising student population. This decrease has caused schools to make hard decisions about what to cut.
In Our Words: Vaccines are here - but let’s not get complacent yet

In Our Words: Vaccines are here - but let’s not get complacent yet

I am one lucky son-of-a-gun. By the time you read this, barring some sort of horrific problem or scheduling error, I will be one of the more than 400,000 people in Manitoba who has received a COVID-19 vaccine.
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks