If Ontarian’s remain passive on the COVID narrative, we could potentially soon find ourselves in another lock-down here in Ontario and maybe even across Canada that could be much like the Australian governments, Diverge Columnist, Greg Staley argues.
“Regardless of what O’Toole and the CPC decide to do, they must do it with great caution. They must be careful as not alienate the supporters of candidates like Sloan and Lewis, for if they do, we could see a repeat of 2019 election all over again — and that is not a result Canada can afford,” writes Diverge Columnist, Greg Staley.
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In somewhat of an ‘ask me anything question period’, Derek Sloan welcomed in various supporters by name as they flooded onto his Facebook live stream to ask him challenging questions effecting Canadians directly. He didn’t shy away from the many hard hitting questions he was asked. On veteran affairs Sloan said: “I haven’t met aContinue reading “Derek Sloan confident he can win the Conservative leadership”
Diverge columnist, Gregory Staley, writes on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s ethics violations while keeping in mind what kind of example this sets for younger Canadians.
Did you know 87 per cent of Canadian Police officers report having moderate or severe depression? — 30 per cent fall into the clinical range of PTSD.
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Information is power, so why do so few in the world know about the inner workings of their countries political systems? We can’t fix a problem if we don’t know it exists.
Diverge writer and father, Gregory Staley disputes the Ontario government’s decision to close playgrounds during the COVID-19 shutdown.
In this article, Visser discusses the past, present and future state of journalism, freedom of the press and how that impacts our democracy.