Saturday, June 22, 2024
Editorials

We should set an example

Canada, as many Canadians are quick to point out to our foreign friends, is a great country to live in. The pride people take in their country was on full display last week during the Canada Day 150 celebrations.
We are afforded rights that many people around the world envy us for. People fight and die every day just to have the right to vote – something that more than 30 per cent of us Canadians couldn’t even bother to do in our last election.
And so, in light of the recent settlement in the Omar Khadr case, Canadians have been split on whether they agree with the judgement or not.

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