Peter Goldring supports a gender-neutral national anthem
TORONTO – The Canadian national anthem has had a rough 24 hours at the hockey rink.
First, it endured an unexpected makeover before Wednesday night’s game between the Winnipeg Jets
Our readers weigh in on the national anthem debate
Emma Teitel sings the praises of ‘O Canada’
A campaign for O Canada, while Edward Snowden is nominated for a human rights award
TORONTO – A group of notable Canadian women is launching a campaign for gender-neutral language in the English lyrics of O Canada.
The group said the change would restore Canada’s
In the early years of the last century it still wasn’t clear what the English lyrics should be
Just before the House officially begins business each Wednesday, the MPs in the chamber sing O Canada. The dulcet tones of honourable members are carried on CPAC and so yesterday
Last night inside a wedding hall in Edwards, Ontario—standing at a lectern in front of decorative vegetables and two Canadian flags—Stephen Harper addressed the faithful. He seemed eager and loose,
The Games didn’t change Vancouver and Canada—rather, they reﬂected a change that had already occurred in us
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Clara Hughes is the only person to win multiple medals at both the Summer and Winter Olympics. But, for Canada’s role-model athlete, it’s not about gold, silver or bronze.
The Vancouver Games started as a ‘crazy’ dream and ended up a wondrous spectacle that transﬁxed and, just maybe, transformed a nation
It took eight years, but Kevin Martin has ﬁnally avenged the sting of a last-shot loss in the ﬁnal at Salt Lake City. Canada’s best curler is now an Olympic champion.
ANDREW COYNE: No wonder nothing gets done in Ottawa. Everyone is scared.
The prepared text of Michael Ignatieff’s speech in reply to the Speech from the Throne.
Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
The Prime Minister shut down Parliament, he said, to “recalibrate” the