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The New Issue Is Live! (Subscribers Only)

The New Issue Is Live! (Subscribers Only)

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Diversity at Any Cost

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Diversity at Any Cost

Canada’s Defence Leaders Misunderstand the ‘Problem’ of Tradition. The new approach assumes that dress regulations are designed to make the individual member a better clerk, or cook, or technician. But they weren’t. What they were intended to do was to signal one’s willingness to submit to discipline.

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The ‘Doctrine of Discovery’ & the Myth of Papal Bulls

The ‘Doctrine of Discovery’ & the Myth of Papal Bulls

IT IS A POPULAR REFRAIN among activists, indigenous and non-, that explorers from Europe did not really “discover” North America. They point out that indigenous peoples were already here — a fact that was first discovered, oddly enough, by explorers. Their claims about Papal Bulls are bogus.

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Update on the Ryerson Fiasco

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Update on the Ryerson Fiasco

In The Ryerson Affair: An Update, Professor Ronald Stagg judges the judges and finds them wanting. The reports that informed the decision-makers were feeble work, he concludes.

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L’Affaire Dundas in Toronto: Falling for a Hoax

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L’Affaire Dundas in Toronto: Falling for a Hoax

Henry Dundas was actually a hero of the Anti-Slavery Movement, writes Dr. Patrice Dutil. The City of Toronto must reverse its stupid plan to change the name of Dundas Street.

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