Alex Cosh

Alex Cosh

Alex Cosh is the managing editor of The Maple.
Feb
02
Interview: Why Privatization Won't Solve The Public Health System Crisis

Interview: Why Privatization Won't Solve The Public Health System Crisis

Jan
26
From The Readers: How Soaring Grocery Prices Affect You While Companies Rake In Profits

From The Readers: How Soaring Grocery Prices Affect You While Companies Rake In Profits

Jan
25
Podcast: Is Danielle Smith in The Clear?

Podcast: Is Danielle Smith in The Clear?

On this week's podcast, we discussed the story about Alberta Premier Danielle Smith's office allegedly contacting Crown prosecutors.
Jan
24
Rising Grocery Costs: How Have You Been Impacted?

Rising Grocery Costs: How Have You Been Impacted?

Jan
19
Diplomats Warned About Israeli Politician Who Provoked Violence. Then Trudeau Welcomed His Government

Diplomats Warned About Israeli Politician Who Provoked Violence. Then Trudeau Welcomed His Government

The Trudeau government has provided no indication that it plans to boycott meetings with extremist ministers in Israel’s new government.
Jan
18
Podcast: Why Do Costs for Canadian Military Purchases Keep Skyrocketing?

Podcast: Why Do Costs for Canadian Military Purchases Keep Skyrocketing?

We were joined by Ottawa Citizen reporter David Pugliese to discuss Canada's deal with Lockheed Martin to purchase the F-35 fighter jet.
Jan
17
Here’s What Health Professionals Say About Doug Ford’s Plan to Privatize Surgeries

Here’s What Health Professionals Say About Doug Ford’s Plan to Privatize Surgeries

"Why is the Ontario government expanding private for-profit health care, when this will pull health workers away from the public system?"
Jan
12
Podcast: Is The Freedom Convoy Going to Make a Comeback?

Podcast: Is The Freedom Convoy Going to Make a Comeback?

We spoke to PressProgress editor Luke LeBrun to reflect on last year's "Freedom Convoy" that occupied downtown Ottawa for a month.
Jan
11
Here’s What Canada’s Grocery Giants Are Telling Their Shareholders While Prices Soar

Here’s What Canada’s Grocery Giants Are Telling Their Shareholders While Prices Soar

Shoppers at a Loblaws in Toronto were stunned to see a packet of five chicken breasts priced at $37.
Jan
10
Canada Follows U.S. Lead, Quits Recognizing Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s ‘Interim President’

Canada Follows U.S. Lead, Quits Recognizing Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s ‘Interim President’

Venezuela's National Assembly voted to remove Guaidó, who had been attempting to seize power by force in multiple botched coup attempts since 2019.