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Column: We defend universal health care, so why not universal income?

Column: We defend universal health care, so why not universal income?

The 20th century saw the rise of universal health care; the 21st century should mark the rise of a universal income
<b>Column:</b> Efficiency means unemployment, but where does that leave the jobless?

Column: Efficiency means unemployment, but where does that leave the jobless?

Workers lose out while owners reap the benefits of technological advancements. Instead, we should be paying the unemployed for their sacrifice to the economy
MAID or PAD: Does it matter what we call assisted dying?

MAID or PAD: Does it matter what we call assisted dying?

University of Sudbury professor explores the changing description of medical assistance in dying
Column: When it comes to corporate responsibility, profits usually trump ethics

Column: When it comes to corporate responsibility, profits usually trump ethics

It’s far better for the business sector to assist governments in achieving social goals than for corporations to tackle them alone
Column: In a democracy, secrecy can actually be a good thing

Column: In a democracy, secrecy can actually be a good thing

Transparency is not an absolute good, and sometimes more openness leads to bad decisions
Column: Africa, land of the forgotten Jihad

Column: Africa, land of the forgotten Jihad

Middle East gets most Western media attention, but African nations have seen more jihad and probably more deaths than any other 
<b>Column: The state shouldn’t be making fashion choices for its citizens</b>

Column: The state shouldn’t be making fashion choices for its citizens

Separation of church and state and the battle over the burkini
The centre must hold: Populism like Trump's actually threatens democracy

The centre must hold: Populism like Trump's actually threatens democracy

The basis for a strong representative government is a strong middle capable of finding compromise in the constant tug-of-war between left and right