Newsletter

May
19
Yes, The Ukraine War Could Have Been Prevented

Yes, The Ukraine War Could Have Been Prevented

“In so many ways Canada has provoked this conflict in Ukraine."
May
17
Is Canada Really a ‘Tolerant’ Country?

Is Canada Really a ‘Tolerant’ Country?

“It's a very beloved narrative in Canada, and if you try to disrupt it and dislodge it, you get the full force of Canadian racism and anger and hate that we claim doesn't exist.”
May
16
Do 'Moderate' Tories Exist Inside Today's Conservative Party?

Do 'Moderate' Tories Exist Inside Today's Conservative Party?

In this week's episode of North Untapped, we spoke to Maple contributor Jeremy Appel about the six candidates running in the Conservative leadership race.
May
12
Israel Killed Another Journalist. Canadian Politicians Refuse to Name The Perpetrator.

Israel Killed Another Journalist. Canadian Politicians Refuse to Name The Perpetrator.

“This was not a mistake. This was intentional.”
May
11
Stephen Harper Praises Saudi Regime, Calls for Closer Western Ties

Stephen Harper Praises Saudi Regime, Calls for Closer Western Ties

Amnesty International notes that Saudi Arabia imposes brutal prison sentences on those advocating for human rights or expressing dissenting political views.
May
10
What Are The Biggest Threats to Abortion Access in Canada?

What Are The Biggest Threats to Abortion Access in Canada?

On the latest episode of The Maple's North Untapped podcast, we spoke to Joyce Arthur, executive director of the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada.
May
03
Does Doug Ford’s Budget ‘Work for Workers’?

Does Doug Ford’s Budget ‘Work for Workers’?

The Ontario budget forecasts a $250 million decrease in labour ministry spending over the next year.
Apr
29
What Can Ontario Voters Expect This Election?

What Can Ontario Voters Expect This Election?

Apr
26
Accounting for the Occupation

Accounting for the Occupation

First-hand witnesses, community organizers and experts agree that the long-term dangers represented by the occupation of Ottawa have not gone away.
Apr
25
Government Spending on Non-Market Housing Could Pay for Itself, Economist Says

Government Spending on Non-Market Housing Could Pay for Itself, Economist Says

An economist argues that B.C. could massively increase spending on below-market rental housing and that such an investment could “literally pay for itself.”