GREEN, QUESNEL: Aboriginal rights are extremely important but, like any Charter right, they’re not absolute. They must be balanced against other competing critical interests
GIESBRECHT: Although a growing number of aboriginal people are productive members of the workforce, far too many rely on the government for support. That must change
GIESBRECHT: Why is the university pretending indigenous knowledge and science are the equivalent of our written knowledge base? Why are they allowing this farce to unfold?
BOWLER: For the crime of being a man of his times, Canadians are being asked to wipe the memory of Hector-Louis Langevin – a Father of Confederation – clean
GIESBRECHT: David Johnston told the unvarnished truth: all Canadians, including aboriginals, are immigrants from somewhere. No apology necessary
GIESBRECHT: And things will get a whole lot worse – and costly – as more and more people are added to the list of entitled
DI MUCCIO: Fundamental to human rights in Canada is access to a public education system that offers choice and quality to the taxpayers who pay for it
QUESNEL, GREEN: First Nations can’t veto development in northern Ontario. They must engage in good faith, just like business and governments, and not squander this opportunity