When it comes to accountability for media bias, journalists and commentators should begin with themselves.

These days when a tragedy strikes and makes its way through the national media, we are treated to a familiar cycle. First the news breaks, generating shock and sadness. Then it gets further developed, with…


As the 2021 Canadian federal election campaign comes to a close, parties are winding down their online canvassing for election day. In the months to come, there will be many post mortems and analysis of what worked and what didn’t this time around.

National campaigns in the digital age leave…


Years ago in graduate school, one of my literature seminars was treated to a peculiar presentation. The course was Energy and the Environment, and our professor decided to invite a climate activist friend of his to help connect our high minded material to the real world.

Only a few weeks…


As I read through Carlos Lozada’s journey through the major titles of the ‘Trump Era’ in What Were We Thinking: A Brief Intellectual History of the Trump, one book stood out to me: Angela Nagle’s 2017 book Kill All Normies. Amongst the diatribes of RussiaGate and Rust Belt anthropological studies…


The MicroStrategy CEO has a checkered past and complex motives. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t listen to him.

If you’ve been following the crypto space since the beginning of the latest 2020 bull run, you’ve no doubt encountered Michael Saylor. The bombastic, square jawed tech CEO has appeared on virtually…


Now that we have finally entered what will (hopefully) be called the ‘post Trump era,’ I decided to take the time to read the seminal work of what closed out the ‘pre’ Trump era, Hillary Clinton’s election post-mortem, What Happened.

What Happened is the first book by Clinton that I’ve…


Trudeau at a press conference introducing Bill C-12.

Barring significant additions, Bill C-12 will fail at its mission to bring Canada’s to net zero by 2050.

November 2020 marks a momentous month in the Canadian fight against climate change. The Canadian parliament has officially tabled what will be the country’s most ambitious climate change law to date, Bill…


This is reprehensible.

Remember the fly that landed on Mike Pence’s head during the debate last night? So fun! Have you followed the official Fly Twitter account yet? Nice to have a little break from the seriousness of our current moment, huh?

It’s really not nice, actually. You only have a few good…


September 2019 has seen a flurry of climate change activism. Major youth-led marches have taken place around the world demanding climate action, with media attention culminating with Swedish activist Greta Thunberg’s address to the UN General Assembly in New York.

Thunberg was on hand several days later at the Montreal…


Do you remember the cryptocurrency mania of late 2017? When for a few weeks, it felt like the whole world was talking about ‘Bitcoin’? I do.

Between January and December of 2017, the then latent cryptocurrency experienced an explosion in value, rising from $900 USD per coin to just over…

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