Canada prides itself on its democratic tradition. Legally, we are all equal under the law, regardless of our differences. Part and parcel of this tradition is our right to vote.
Many Quebecers think separation has become an outdated idea, writes Paul Leavoy.
Sens contribute to city
I cannot sit idly by without commenting on your front-page article about the Ottawa Senators. (Oct. 25)
If you cannot afford to buy Sens tickets, fine. I get that. I’m not a season’s ticket holder either, although I would like to be. I just can’t afford it. Though I will be going to some games through the odd initiative, as in the bus from the bar, or the soccer team outing, I wish I was doing more. I love the Sens, and it would really disgust me if we lost them.
One Ottawa lawyer and at least three city councilors have a strange idea.