Ted Byfield’s career is as varied as it is impressive. He ran The Alberta Report, The BC Report, and The Western Standard, as well as writing books such as The Book of Ted: Epistles of an Unrepentant Redneck and editing The Christian History Project. He’s often credited with pioneering the Reform Party, and coined the…Details
Leon Leyson was the youngest surviving Jew from Oskar Schindler’s famous list. In this interview shortly before he passed away, he recalls what it was like in Europe during the Holocaust, what it was like to work in Schindler’s factory—and what it was like to know the man himself.
“There’s no place for the state in the bedrooms of the nation,” a tousled, sweaty-looking Pierre Trudeau told a clump of reporters outside the House of Commons in 1967. It was, history now tells us, an iconic moment. Trudeau’s phrase rapidly became a slogan: “The state has no business in the bedrooms of the nation”—which,…Details
The recent suicide of 15-year old BC girl Amanda Todd has provoked an enormous response from the Canadian public—and brought to the surface an amount of internet hatred and cruelty that some seem to be noticing for the first time. Memes of an innocent-looking Amanda with titles joking about her drinking bleach have shocked people…Details